Lecturers and Assistants

Martina Vajs

Assistant

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Cooperation:  Lecturer

Contact hours: By agreement

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: +38641329730

Research field: Psychosomatics, alexithymia, emotion, trauma

Lecturer at subjects: 
1st-cycle undergraduate study – General psychopathology, Psychopathology 
2nd-cycle master’s study – Behavioural Science, Salutology and Psychosomatics, Theoretical and clinical concepts in psychotherapy 2

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Curriculum Vitae:

Martina Vajs is Master of Psychotherapeutic Science and Gestalt Psychotherapist with rich experience in the field of individual and group psychotherapy. She is member of the Slovenian Association for Gestalt Psychotherapy (SLOGES) by the Slovene Umbrella Association for Psychotherapy (SKZP) and the European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT), member of the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP). She is currently working with clients in her private psychotherapeutic practice in Radlje ob Dravi. In 2009, she enrolled at the Sigmund Freud University in Ljubljana (SFU Ljubljana) to gain a better insight into the psychophysical functioning of individuals. She mainly focused on fields dealing with trauma, psychosomatics and developmental psychology, which she included in her dissertation and successfully completed her studies in psychotherapeutic science in 2014. At the same time, Martina studied gestalt psychotherapy at the IG Wien Institute in Vienna and successfully completed her four-year training in 2017. As she started her practice, she worked under supervision with groups and individuals. Between January 2014 and June 2017, she led workshops and group and individual therapies at the Center for Personal Growth and Psychotherapy (CORP) in Ljubljana and later continued with therapy in her private practice in Ljubljana and Radlje ob Dravi. After graduating, Martina embarked on her postgraduate education at the SFU Ljubljana. Her work was focused on working with clients. While investigating psychosomatics, she began to explore alexithymia, which was the subject of her master thesis. She completed her Master’s Degree in 2019.