Dr. rer. nat., Dipl.-Psych
Ralf Vogt
Leipziger Straße 36a
D - 04178 Leipzig


Professional background

‘Diplom-Psychologe’ and Ph.D. in psychology, 8-year employment as a clinical psychologist at a psychiatric hospital in Saxony, Germany. Since 1992 private practice as a psychological psychotherapist also in Saxony, Germany. Psychotraumatologist, psychoanalyst, body psychotherapist.

Therapist for both single and group therapy in a joint psychotherapy practice. Also course manager and instructor at the Trauma Institute Leipzig and at the Leipzig Academy for Integrative Psychotherapy. Both child and adult psychotherapy is covered by public health insurance.

Trainer therapist, teacher at other institutes.

Further qualifications in systematic and solution-oriented family therapy, Erickson hypnotherapy, Leuner catathymic image perception and analytic body therapy (DGAPT).

Development of own methodology for the treatment of complex trauma and dissociative disorders for 12 years (concept: SPIM-20-CT, see publications in 2004, 2007, 2008).

This psychotrauma concept includes concepts by Huber (2003), Putman (2003), Ross (2006), Hofmann (EMDR 1999), and van der Hart, Nijenhuis, Steele (2008).
The SPIM-20-CT concept combines well-known treatment approaches, Gestalt, body and group-oriented aspects and the use of so-called beseelbare therapy objects.

Member of DeGPT, ESTD, DGK, und EABP, EMDRIA.
Member of the international board of ISSTD.
Member of Fachausschuss für Psychatrie des Bundeslandes Sachsen in der kassenärztlichen Vereinigung Sachsen.
Honor: ISSTD Fellow.










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