Arianne is the director of The Institute for Chronically Traumatized Children in Perth. She is a Clinical Child Psychologist, Family Therapist and EMDR-consultant originally from the Netherlands. Arianne has more than 25 years of experience with trauma treatment for children living at home, in foster families or in residential facilities. She developed Sleeping Dogs method. She is a member of the ESTD Child and Adolescent Committee and the national APS EMDR IG committee.
Sarah is one of the ICTC’s Danish Sleeping Dogs trainers, and provides training and consultation in the method in Denmark. Sarah is an EMDR therapist and has worked with complex child and family cases for the last ten years. She was part of a team specialized in assessment and treatment of children/young people who have been sexually abused. Sarah is currently working in a clinical setting with children, young people and families in a Danish family center, and also provides trauma treatment form her private practice.
Charlotte is one of the ICTC’s Danish Sleeping Dogs trainers, and provides training and consultation in the method in Denmark. She is a clinical psychologist, Theraplay therapist level 1 and EMDR clinician. She works with families in a municipality family service centre in the outskirts of Copenhagen. She became a specialist in child psychology in 2009 and has for 15 years worked with complex families, young people and their network in a systemic framework.
Institute for Chronically Traumatized Children
Arianne Struik, Clinical Psychologist
Address: PO Box 394, Scarborough 6019 WA, Australia
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