Aut. Psykolog Niels Bagge
Robert Elliott, Ph.D
Jeanne C. Watson, Ph.D (CPsych)
Ladislav Timlak, Ph.D
Niels Bagge, cand. psych.
Kurt Renders, MA clinical pscyhology
Chaja Kaufmann, MA psychology
Lisbeth Sommerbeck, cand. psych.
IPCOPT
Ringstedgade 10
Baghuset
4000 Roskilde
ipcopt@gmail.com
tlf. 20841884
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UNDERVISERE


Robert Elliott, Ph.D
is Professor of Counselling in the Counselling Unit at the University of Strathclyde, where he directs its research clinic and teaches counselling research and emotion-focused therapy. A professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Toledo (Ohio), he is co-author of Facilitating emotional change (1993), Learning process-experiential psychotherapy (2003), Research methods in clinical psychology (2002), and Developing and Enhancing Research Capacity in Counselling and Psychotherapy (2010), as well as more than 120 journal articles and book chapters. He is past president of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, and previously co-edited the journals Psychotherapy Research, and Person-Centered Counseling and Psychotherapies. He is a Fellow in the Divisions of Psychotherapy and Humanistic Psychology of the American Psychological Association. In 2008 he received both the Distinguished Research Career Award of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, and the Carl Rogers Award from the Division of Humanistic Psychology of the American Psychological Association. He also offers EFT training in Scotland, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Denmark.
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Jeanne C. Watson, Ph.D (CPsych)
is a professor in counseling psychology at OISE, University of Toronto, Canada. She graduated in 1993 from York University, Toronto where she trained in client-centered experiential therapy with Laura Rice. As a result of Rice's mentorship she became actively involved in the development of Process Experiential therapy an emotion focused approach - PE-EFT (Greenberg, Rice & Elliott, 1993) in both research and practice.
Dr. Watson has co-authored and edited seven books on counselling, including Learning Emotion Focused Therapy: The process experiential approach to change (2003); Expressing Emotion: Myths, Realities and Therapeutic Strategies (1999); Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Advances in theory research and practice (2002); Handbook of Experiential Psychotherapy (1998); Process-Experiential Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Depression (2005); and Case Studies in Emotion Focused Treatment of Depression (2007), as well as more than 50 articles and chapters.
Dr. Watson conducts research on the process and outcome of PE-EFT therapy with an emphasis on empathy, the working alliance, depression, and emotional expression. In 2002 she received the"Outstanding Early Achievement Award" from the International Society for Psychotherapy Research. She is currently examining differences between emotion focused therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy in the treatment of depression. She has given workshops in PE-EFT in Europe and Canada and teaches courses in counselling theory and practice to Masters and Ph.D. students in the Counselling Psychology program at the University of Toronto. Dr. Watson maintains a part-time private practice in Toronto.
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Ladislav Timlak, Ph.D
is Course Director of the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, Trinity College Dublin. Ladislav (or short Laco; read Latso) is involved in the training of counselling psychologists and in the past trained person-centred therapists as well. He has written four books, a number of peer reviewed papers and various chapters in both his native language, Slovak and in English.
His most recent books include Research in Psychotherapy and Counselling (Sage, 2008) and Developing Your Counselling and Psychotherapy Skills and Practice (Sage, 2011). He maintains a part-time private practice.
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Lisbeth Sommerbeck, cand. psych.
Kandidat fra Københavns Universitet, 1974, autoriseret psykolog og godkendt som specialist i psykoterapi og supervison af Dansk Psykolog Forening i hhv. 1998 og 2000. Hun har i hele sin karriere arbejdet i voksenpsykiatrien, overvejende med individuel psykoterapi og herunder især med klassisk klient-centreret terapi. Hun har skrevet en lang række artikler om emner med relation til klient-centreret terapi samt bogen "Klient-centreret terapi i psykiatrien." I 2011 udkommer "Accept, empati og ægthed i psykoterapeutisk praksis: Arven efter Carl Rogers", hvor hun er hovedredaktør og hovedforfatter. Hun har en omfattende undervisnings- og foredragsvirksomhed bag sig, både i Danmark og i udlandet. Hendes undervisningsstil er relativt elevcentreret og hun beskrives hyppigt som en underviser der "walks as she talks." I 2002 tog hun initiativ til stiftelse af Dansk Carl Rogers Forum og hun er medlem af flere internationale foreninger for klient-centreret terapi og præ-terapi.
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Niels Bagge, cand. psych.
Kandidat fra Københavns Universitet 1994, autoriseret psykolog 1997 og specialist i psykoterapi 2003. Psykoterapeutisk videreuddannelse i Tilstandsdifferentieret Psykoterapi, psykodynamisk psykoterapi i fht. personlighedsforstyrrelser, Holotropic Breathwork, hypnose, personcentreret- og oplevelsesorienteret psykoterapi herunder træning i Emotions Fokuseret Terapi hos Ph.D Leslie Greenberg fra York University i Toronto, Canada. Tilknyttet det internationale PCE-miljø siden 2002. Ansættelse inden for voksen- og ungdomspsykiatri, misbrugsbehandling, familiepleje og undervisning. Privatpraksis i Roskilde og Frederiksberg, siden 2002 på fuld tid. Undervisning i og supervision af EFT. Han har skrevet artikler om psykoterapi og senest kapitel om Emotionsfokuseret Terapi i bogen Accept, empati og ægthed i psykoterapeutisk praksis: Arven efter Carl Rogers". Medstifter af Dansk Carl Rogers Forum og leder af Institut for Personcentreret og Oplevelsesorienteret Psykoterapi (IPCOPT).
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Kurt Renders, MA clinical psychology
I'm 41 years old, born in Ninove, Belgium. I live and work in Antwerpen, Belgium. I direct a private practice of psychotherapy, Conciente (www.conciente.be). I was trained as a clinical psychologist at the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium where I also did additional training in Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy with Germain Lietaer and Mia Leijssen.I did a training in existential psychotherapy and some other shorter training.
I am an active member of the Flemish Society for Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy. I direct a four year psychotherapy training program in Emotion-Focused Therapy and I am a tutor and member of staff in the four year training program in Person-
Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy of the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium (where I did my own training 15 years ago).
I am passionate about Person-centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Existential Psychotherapy and I try to combine both methods. I work with adolescent and adult clients suffering from a range of difficulties, but I specialised in substance abusers, male survivors of childhood sexual abuse and clients with attachment disorders.
Apart from my professional activities I'm passionate about music (jazz, dance, alternative rock and Frank Zappa) as well as dancing, going to the gym and vegetarian cooking and dining. I like humor and looking at life from a bright side. This also influences my herapeutic work. So I call myself an experiential-existential 'light' therapist.
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Chaja Kaufmann, MA psychology
She is a psychotherapist, clinical psychologist and dance therapist. She is a supervisor and learning therapist of the Dutch society of client centered psychotherapy (VCgP) and member of board. She is a Group psychologist but also working with families and couples. At the moment she is managing psychotherapist of COLK ( Centrum voor onverklaarde lichamelijke klachten) a clinic for unexplained bodily complaints in Gorinchem, The Netherlands. Her core interest is the connection between the body, movement and the influence on emotions. As she is working with clients with conversion syndrome and pain disorders she is developing a group psychotherapeutic approach for these clients with severe attacks. She has worked in the field of somatoform disorder for 12 years, and started several projects for clients, made films ( pr material) to introduce a way of working in a multidisciplinary team. Next to her 22 years of clinical and day clinical experience she is working in her own practice where attention to the body is always an important issue.
She is presenting on congresses and giving lectures to masters psychologists in the field of group psychotherapy.
Her passion is dancing the tango. As tango has all ingredients of the basis of a relationship, she is now presenting a combination of tango & therapy in the Netherlands where couples can find out more about themselves.
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