Approaches: Integrative psychotherapy, Person centred therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Simone Rauhut has achieved a B.A. in Psychology at the Dublin Business School (DBS) and holds a M. Sc. in Psychology from the Justus-Liebig University (JLU) in Giessen, Germany with a specialisation in clinical, educational and developmental psychology. Moreover, Simone is further trained in Advanced Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). Her professional foundation is in Social-Pedagogy and she has been working for years in the field of special education and in mental health settings with adolescents suffering from trauma and other psychiatric disorders. Simone’s therapeutic approach is integrative and person-centred, drawing from concepts of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Psychoanalysis depending on the presented needs.
Simone sees individual development as a journey, in which every human being thinks and perceives the world differently and behaves accordingly to the existing beliefs. Furthermore, she believes in supporting clients to empower themselves to be able to fulfil their potential, seeing crisis as challenges and to re-discover their inner strength to embrace life. The therapeutic environment is founded on a warm-hearted, empathic, safe and non-judgemental space, ideal to start exploring emotions, thoughts, behaviour and needs. Through the exploration the individual will gain clarity and insight of their issues which leads to a higher level of awareness and wellbeing.
Simone Rauhut is available for short and long term therapy. Her areas of experience include:
- eating disorder
- depression / low mood
- obsessive-compulsive behaviour
- self-esteem, communication and relationship issues