Petr Čihák

| Psychologist | Therapist |

Petr is a graduate of the Faculty of Education of the University of Hradec Králové, with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Pathology and Prevention and a Master's Degree in Social Pedagogy. He completed the long-term psychotherapeutic training in the Person-Centered Approach at the PCA Institute in Prague, where he also completed the Schultz's Autogenic Training in relaxation techniques. He is also a member of the Czech Association for Psychotherapy. During his nearly 25-year career in senior management, he gained experience working with people in various positions and in various industries. Currently, he also cooperates with non-profit organizations, for example Bethany House of Help, where he provides therapeutic and spiritual support to seniors; Rubicon Center, where he supports people with a criminal past in returning to society; Center Dopří odnížení Prague, where he provides guidance and mentorship to persons released after serving a prison sentence. He currently provides individual and group therapy and counseling according to the Person-Centered Approach (PCA), where the therapist accompanies the client on his own journey of finding answers and solving problems. The most common topics he counsels are relationship problems, interpersonal relationships, loss of a loved one, fear of death, self-confidence, anxiety and fear, and existential problems. He consults in the Czech language.