Dagmar Petrželková

| Psychologist | Therapist |

Dagmar received her Master’s Degree in Social Policy and Social Work at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. She completed training in Complex Crisis Intervention, Mediation, Family Mediation, Psychosocial Training, Working with Clients with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia and Relationship Bonding. She started her career during her studies, when she had the opportunity to work in different types of services., which gave her the opportunity to see the diversity and complexity of human life. Dagmar worked in the Home for clients with mental disabilities, in the Home for the elderly, in the Home with special cases, in the Crisis Intervention Center, as well as providing foster family care, home care, and teaching activities. In her work, Dagmar builds on a non-judgmental and friendly approach to clients. She perceives the unconditional acceptance of all aspects of the client's life and personality as the base of her counseling work. She sees the meaning in self-development and in an active approach in striving for change as the beginning of every successful journey. She supports her clients with various topics, such as anxiety, panic, depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, relationship and partner issues, adolescents’ issues, elderly issues, personal development, burnout syndrome, stress, domestic violence, social phobia, problems with conception, support after miscarriage or loss of a child, dying, loss, illness, mental wellbeing and a healthy lifestyle. She consults in the Czech language.