Jiřina Hermanová

| Psychologist | Therapist |

Jiřina studied Tourism Economics at the University of Economics in Prague and received a three-year education in the field of Psychotherapy at the Faculty of Psychotherapy of the Prague University of Psychosocial Studies. She is completing her Bachelor's Degree in Social Work with a focus on Applied Communication and Psychotherapy at the Prague University of Psychosocial Studies. She completed the long-term psychotherapy training in Rogers psychotherapy (Person-Centered Approach). She completed other seminars and courses, such as Crisis Intervention; Anxiety Disorders according to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Clients with Oncological Disease; Rogerian Psychotherapy; Working with Borderline Clients; Couples’ Therapy; Basics of Addiction Therapy; Burnout; Art Therapy; Psychedelics Today; Trauma Treatment; Fundamentals of Medicine; Basics of Graphology; Phenomenology. Jiřina worked as a therapist at the Institute of Modern Love, Physio-Reko, Community Center U Podivena, at the Center for Psychotherapy and Family Therapy at the Addiction Clinic of University Hospital in Prague, at the Anima Terapie; at the Volunteer Center at the University Hospital in Prague, and for 10 years as a volunteer at the Klokánek facility. Jiřina works with clients primarily in the spirit of Rogers (non-directive) psychotherapy and uses a combination of different methods, including breathing techniques. She has experience working with couples and individual clients. She supports her clients in various topics, such as relationships, partnerships, dating, feelings of sadness, loneliness, burnout, identity crisis, coping with illness. She works with clients with borderline personality disorder, including adolescents. She consults in Czech and English.