Mgr. Adam Schmidt
Adam Schmidt has a bachelor’s degree in Social Pedagogy from Charles University in Prague and a master’s degree in a follow-up specialization program in the same field at J. E. Purkyně University, focusing on Applied Psychology and the Problematics of Addiction. During his studies, he became interested in psychotherapy and is currently a participant of the pspt (psychotherapeutic training) using the accredited psychodynamic training method known as “SUR.”
In the past, Adam worked as a psychology teacher in high school, and also as a school teacher for children with special educational needs.
He later began to provide psychosocial counselling, individually as well as working with families. He has also gained experience as a therapist for families at risk of domestic violence. He works individually and with groups.
“I was introduced to psychotherapy by the desire to understand my own experience, deeper self-knowledge, and especially the opportunity to help others orient themselves in their stories. Understanding one’s emotions is not easy. In my work, I focus on finding resources, that is, on what makes our lives or can make us happier. I try to be an understanding and sensitive guide, and creating trust and a safe space is important to me.”
Adam is continuing his education. He continues with the practice and theory components of PTSD training, and the supervisory part awaits him.
He is a candidate member of the ČAP.
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