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This is me, Pia :)
French, born in Germany in 1965
I have been living in Germany [as a baby !] , Tahity, France, Brazil and currently in the UK
Bilingual Français / English
IN MY WORK
I CONSIDER THE PERSON WITH THEIR DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTS
THE FARTHEST AND THE CLOSEST, IF RELEVANT WITH YOUR CURRENT QUEST, THAT MAY INCLUDE
CULTURE OF ORIGIN
CULTURE OF HOST COUNTRY IF MIGRATION
RACIAL ETHNIC GROUP
. . .
WHAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE FOR SOMEONE SEEKING SUPPORT IS THE SAFE CONNECTION THAT IS OFFERED BY THE THERAPIST
ENTIRELY WELCOMING WHO YOU ARE
YOU DECIDE WHEN YOU BEGIN AND WHEN YOU STOP
YOU NEVER HAVE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTION
MY PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
My first professional activity was as a Social Worker, where I chose to work with
the Judiciary system for Children at risk and their Families.
People living with Addiction with a family system approach,
Refugees and asylum seekers,
Female adolescents surviving incest and rape.
Whilst being a social worker, I did a Master in Social Anthropology in La Sorbone, Paris, France
with Certificates in Psycho-Sociology and Family Sociology .
SHARPENING MY WORK
Experimenting myself the therapies
that I am offering to my clients
Parts therapy, Ego states and IFS
Osteopathy / Fascia
MY CHOSEN ENGAGEMENTS
One recipe for feeling more alive is to be connected to others and engaged in something that has a meaning and goes beyond who we are
Working with Refugees means fighting for what we should all have: the right to be who we are beyong the hatred fueled by the fear of the differences
Interviewing Women is paricipating to the opening of the female voices, the female presence recognition
Project Leader and Supervisor for a team of therapists from Malaysia, Australia, Singapore and the UK.
Working with refugees who are welcomed by the charity Greater Action, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Setting the ethics and procedure of the work . Creation of a Booklet used as a work resource for the therapists . Conceptualisation of the trialogue between the client, the translator and the therapist. Opening to options for Greater Actions' mental health department.
Nov 2021 - December 2023