Chartered Psychologist and Registered Clinical Psychologist. Accredited Member of the British Psychological Society (UK). Professional psychologist with respect, tolerance and deep understanding of our ‘small differences and great similarities’ as people. Central is also working with clients from different backgrounds, ethnic -and cultural affiliation and language. Interdisciplinary background and education. Broad experience in evidenced based forms of therapy: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic therapy forms- Intensive Short-Term Psychodynamic Therapy (ISTDP), Interpersonal Therapy, Existential-Humanistic Therapy.
We offer client centered professional psychological services where the client is in the center at all times. The therapy is primarily adapted to the client needs, personality -and personality structure, issues and needs.
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
Krisztina Lurås works with tools and techniques from several therapeutic approaches to offer individual tailored treatment. The goal is to offer an integrative approach that best suits each client when the overall aim is to achieve efficiency, optimal results and change and change processes that last over time.
BACKGROUND & COMMITMENT
Chartered Psychologist and Clinical Psychologist with active and extensive involvement in a number of mental health-related arenas: participation at local and international conferences, seminars, courses and workshops. Affiliated and member of: The British Psychological Society (UK); Association For humanistic Psychology (AHP); Previously affiliated to: Anna Freud Center London; Nic Waals Institute Oslo, Regional Centre for Mental Health Children and Young organization Adults for Children Norway, European Leadership Conference (ELC), Academy for Peacebuilding Norway, The Norwegian Peace Association, NDN – Competence Network for Civil society Organizations in Norway, LEVE transitional settlement and living conditions in postwar society- Interdisciplinary Research Institute at the University of Oslo, the Norwegian Psychological Association, The International Peace & Security Institute, Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Department of Behavioral Medicine at the University of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa, Tällberg Foundation Sweden & Health & Human Rights Information.
I grew up with lots of questions, and a life of constant change and challenges – and could well not be anything other than a psychologist. As a psychologist, at a human level, you must be genuinely compassionate. You should also be curious, a reflective listener, self-conscious and daring to drop the idea of perfection. To contribute and be a trusted partner of the journey that my clients get better with themselves and the world around, is not only my greatest satisfaction but brings meaning to my life
Those moments when clients lack of meaningful change to the new lease of life is amazing
Krisztina Lurås, Chartered Psychologist and Clinical Psychologist
THE BOOK: IT’S NOT ALWAYS BLACK OR WHITE
Krisztina Lurås is author of a newly published book by Lambert Academic Publishing. The book is already available through www.waterstones.com.
The book is a unique approach toward understanding the psychology of reconciliation. The book offers the reader a unique understanding of how to best deal with a troublesome past filled with trauma, grief and atrocity and showcases our needs on the rocky road to recovery, reclaiming of our present and future whilst rebalancing our lives emotionally, cognitively and psychologically.
Read more about the book, follow the link:
It’s not always black or white’ : An explorative study on the psychology of reconciliation, based on South African experiences