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About me

Julia Dier
I found my way to my present job in 2012, where I got in touch with the Asperger-syndrome. I was allowed to work with a large number of patients with a vast variety of mental problems/ disorders since. I have learnt from my experiences that I am especially interested in behavioral addictions and effected people. I moderate a self-help group for media-addiction, where I try to find out ways to improve the treatment of this phenomenon.

Current professional occupations

since 2018 moderation of a self-help group for media-addiction and coordination of the therapy and counselling center for behavioral concerns in Vienna
since 2018 psychotherapist i.A.u.S. in the psychotherapeutic clinic of the Sigmund Freud Private University Vienna
since 2017 project „Entlastungsdienst“ by the „Autistenhilfe Wien“ (a center specialized institution for helping autistic people in Vienna)


2013-2017 Bachelor studies in psychotherapy science at the Sigmund Freud Private University Vienna (studied in English)
2013-2015 psychotherapeutical “Propädeutikum“
since 2015 “Fachspezifikum“ psychoanalysis
since 2016 Magister studies in psychotherapy science

Practical experiences

- psychotherapist in training under supervision (i.A.u.S.) from the department of stationary psychotherapy at Landesklinikum Tulln
- Summer camp at “Wienerwald Initiativregion Neulengbach” for children and teenagers with behavioral disorders
- Psychosocial care of two inmates at penal institution in Korneuburg
- Internship at the psychosomatic center Waldviertel, department for post-traumatic stress disorders
- Internship in the psychosocial department of the Landeskrankenhaus Hollabrunn
- Internship in the depression department at the county hospital Bayreuth, Germany
- Support of a young wheelchair user
- Internship at the Autistenhilfe Wien
- Assistance for a therapeutic group for seniors
- Internship at the clinic of the Sigmund Freud Private University Vienna
- Gap year abroad as an Au-Pair for children with Asperger-autism
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