Tereza has a bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Humanities of Charles University with a focus on philosophy and a master’s degree from the follow-up study of Social and Cultural Anthropology. The search for her mission later led her to the prestigious Goldsmiths University in London. There, as part of her second master’s degree, she underwent self-experiential psychotherapy training in Dance Movement Psychotherapy.
In London, she gained her work experience as a Dance Movement Psychotherapist (DMP) in a primary school for children with special needs, in a shelter for abused women, in a hospital department for the elderly suffering from advanced cognitive impairment and permanent psychological problems, and with clients in a private home for seniors suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. She works individually and with groups.
In DMP, Tereza combined her two passions – dance and the desire to help others:
,,I work with clients in a safe and confidential space, where movement is a way to establish a therapeutic relationship and express inner experiences. Through symbolic movement/dance, the body becomes a place of transformation. This process deepens the awareness of one’s self and teaches to deal with complex emotions.”
Tereza is constantly educating herself, she is close to Jungian analysis, Ecopsychology, and psychosomatic work. She could not live without nature, which is why she also offers her clients the opportunity to exchange the therapy room for grass and forest.
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