A Practical Guide to an Interdisciplinary Treatment
In the last few years the awareness of this disorder has gradually increased – not only in the academic community, but also in the media – and it has become clear that there are a considerable number of people worldwide who continue to suffer from it. The case studies presented here share essential insights into the diverse backgrounds and lives of affected individuals. In addition, hoarding disorder has since been classified as a new mental disorder by the WHO, which means many psychoanalysts, psychologists, psychiatrists and social workers will need to be trained accordingly. This book offers valuable guidance.
Born in Teheran and raised in Vienna, worked for many years in the private sector, studied European Economics and Business Management, studied Psychotherapy Science, trained in psychoanalysis, awarded the Marianne Ringler prize for research, received health award from the city of Vienna, runs a private practice as a psychoanalyst and child analyst, trainer and supervisor at the Sigmund Freud private University Vienna.