Ms. Droescher-Seidl MA, is a graduate of International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAPZurich), in Switzerland. In addition to her training in classical Jungian psychology, Ms. Droescher-Seidl is a graduate of the Institute for Psychodrama, also in Switzerland, where she studied with Dr. Helmut Barz and Ellynor Barz (both Jungian analysts) and whose program is based on the integration of Jungian psychology and the work of Jacob Levy Moreno. Psychodrama is a more embodied method of working, including but not limited to enactment of dream material. When desired by her patients, she also includes the expressive arts - especially painting and modelling with clay - as different therapeutic approaches to understanding the nature and origin of one’s particular life challenges and difficulties.
Significantly, Ms. Droescher-Seidl grew up in Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic, where her early life was spent under the conditions and influence of Communism, providing her and her practice with a particular sensitivity to the developmental trauma that can arise out of these and similar or related experiences. In adolescence, she was able to move with her family to Australia where she resided for twenty years. She has lived and worked in Switzerland since 1990, which includes having worked for several years in the business world for a major Swiss firm.
Ms. Droescher-Seidl is a member of the Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists (AGAP); The International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP); Assoziation Schweizer Psychotherapeuten (ASP) and Psychodrama Helvetia (PDH).
Diploma in Analytical Psychology; 2017; International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAPZurich), Switzerland
Master of Arts Expressive Arts Therapy; 2010; European Graduate School Wallis, Switzerland
Psychodrama-Leiterin; 2008; Institute für Psychodrama Zumikon, Switzerland
Bachelor of Science in Psychology; 2005; The Open University, United Kingdom
Bachelor of Arts International Business; 1985; Sydney University, Australia
Association of Graduates in Analytical Psychology (AGAP)
The International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP)
Assoziation Schweizer Psychotherapeuten (ASP)
Psychodrama Helvetia (PDH)
Adults, ages 25+