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Ana Marija Španić

Psychologist

Objavljeno: 13.01.2013.

Education

• Graduate psychologist, Croatian Studies of the University of Zagreb, 2009-2012

• Completed teaching courses

• Undergraduate studies of psychology at the Psychology Department of the Faculty of Philosophy, the University of Zagreb, 2006 – 2009

Training

• Training in the improvement of counseling and direct help (within IPA project, since 2012)

• Practicum of the 1st training in behavioural-cognitive therapies at the Croatian Society for Behavioural-Cognitive Psychotherapy (2013)

• Training in the field of telephone counseling, group and individual work with children, abuse and neglect of children at the Brave Phone and the Child and Youth Protection Centre of the City of Zagreb (2009 – 2012)

• Training in Cognitive-behavioural therapy of traumatic experience (2013) – B. L. Bonner and S. Schmidt, at the Child and Youth Protection Centre of the City of Zagreb

• Training in applying associative cards in counseling and psychotherapy (2013) – T. Radionov and I. Bezić

• Training in Body movement and dance in psychotherapy (2013)

• Training in the application of psychodiagnostic instruments (MMPI-2 and MMPI-A, Wartegg projective test, Bender Gestalt II, WISC IV)

• Participation and attendance at scientific and professional conferences in the field of clinical psychology

Experience and employment

• Psychologist at the Child and Youth Protection Centre of the City of Zagreb (2014 -)

• Trainee at the Child and Youth Protection Centre of the City of Zagreb (2012 – 2013)

Other duties and responsibilities

• Member of the Brave Phone Training team

• Assistant at the course Social Psychology, Edward Bernays High School for Communication Management

• Volunteer at the counseling help-line and therapist in the group work with children, the Brave Phone (2009 – 2012)

• Volunteer at the Foundation “Zajednički put” (2012 – )

Professional affiliations

• Brave Phone

• Croatian Chamber of Psychology

• Croatian Society for Behavioural-Cognitive Psychotherapy

• International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN)