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KATARINA ERZARKatarina Kompan Erzar PhD is an assistant professor of marriage and family therapy at the Faculty of Theology in Ljubljana. In the field of social security, she works as an independent counselor, licensed supervisor and a member of the Section of Supervisors at the Social Chamber of Slovenia.She is involved in the “Therapeutic help in cases of emotional, physical and sexual violence” programme supported by the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. She lectures and runs workshops and is an active supervisor, providing training for various social and educational institutions.
Her research is focused on relationships, effective ways of working with people, the family and attachment. She gave presentations at international conferences in New Orleans, Montreal, Glasgow, Berlin, Athens, Baltimore and Portorož. She also founded the Young Mothers Group and has managed it since 2008.
Her well-received books present a modern reciprocal emotional understanding of relationships and neurobiological aspects of emotions: Discovering relationships, Hidden Strengths of the Family, Love Cleanses Memory, Caught in a Crossfire and Attachment Theory.
Research areas: attachment theory, neuropsychology, changes in the therapeutic process, parenting, family development cycles.
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tomazerzarTomaž Erzar PhD is an assistant professor of marriage and family therapy at the Faculty of Theology in Ljubljana and the coordinator of doctoral studies in marriage and family therapy.
Together with his co-workers, he developed a Slovene version of the SPAFF coding system which is used to assess the therapeutic process and record micro changes and affect regulation. He published the books Farewell to Freud and Mental Disorders, and co-authored Attachment Theory and Caught in a Crossfire.
In addition to practicing therapy, he runs workshops on violence prevention, conflict resolution and anger management. In recent years he has studied the consequences of post-war trauma in Slovene society and the process of forgiveness.
He gave presentations at international conferences in New Orleans, Montreal, Glasgow, Berlin and Portorož.
Research areas: attachment theory, psychopathology, changes in the therapeutic process, forgiveness, fulfilled life.
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Ta e-poštni naslov je zaščiten proti smetenju. Za ogled potrebujete Javascript, da si jo ogledate.Andreja Poljanec PhD a marriage and family therapy specialist, that initially worked as a therapist and researcher at the Franciscan Family Institute. Between 2007 and 2012, she was an early-stage researcher at the Faculty of Theology in Ljubljana, where she is now an assistant at the Department of Psychology and Religious Sociology. She practices individual, couple and family therapy and runs therapy groups for parents.
She is an author of Sensitive parenting, and co-author of the books Sensitivity to Children and Caught in a Crossfire. She published an educational audio CD, 6 Steps to Relaxed Parenting and recorded a series of parenting videos called Heart and works with the Iskreni.net institute on a regular basis. She spoke at international conferences in Athens, Tel Aviv, Madrid, New York, Portorož, Rogla and the list goes on.
She is a co-founder of the Young Mothers Group and the founder of the Sensitive Parenting School.
Research areas: sensitive parenting, attachment theory, family life and couple relationships.
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tatjanarozicTatjana Rožič PhD a marriage and family therapy specialist, has since 2008 managed the “Therapeutic help for victims of emotional, physical and sexual violence” program which is supported by the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities.
She began her career as a consultant at a maternity home and went on to work for a social work centre as the leader of its family affairs team. In the area of social security, she works as a senior adviser, licensed supervisor and a member of the Section of Supervisors at the Social Chamber of Slovenia. She provides supervision to a number of experts and institutions.
She spoke at international conferences in Opatija, Copenhagen, London, Portorož and elsewhere. She also participated in the development of the Slovene version of the SPAFF coding system.
For many years, she has provided training for supervisors based on the relation model which meets the requirements of the Social Chamber of Slovenia for getting a licence in social security.
Research areas: supervision, therapeutic process and changes in therapy.
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