Approach: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Humanistic, Person-Centered, Integrative, Positive Psychology
Vera Lucia Fikar holds a B.A. (Hons.) in Psychology from Argentina and currently is completing a M.A. in CBT in Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences (ICHAS). She also has a Diploma in Legal and Forensic Psychology and has completed several courses as Addiction and Trauma (PSI College), Emotion Focused Approach to Resolving Emotional Injuries: Forgiveness and Letting Go (PSI & TCD), ASSIS Course (LivingWorks & HSE), Professor Martin Seligman on ‘Positive Psychology: Past, Present, and Future’ – (PSI, TCD & HSE), among others.
Vera Lucia is a graduated member of the Psychological Society of Ireland and working under constant supervision as part of her ethical commitment to her practice.
She believes every person is affected in different ways by various factors, therefore it is essential to work with each client individually, as every person is unique and deserves treatment tailored to their needs. As therapist she believes that the client is the master of their own life and has the capacities and strengths to overcome adverse situations while the therapist’s role is to guide and accompany.
Area’s of specialism:
- Anger issues