I am Cindy Micova, clinical psychologist.
I began my studies at the University of Aix-Marseille, and at the University of Geneva. I graduated with a Master’s degree in Clinical and Psychopathological Psychology from the ULB.
I had the opportunity to work with children in the context of psychological assessment and therapeutic support in Switzerland, and was able to work as an educational assistant with adolescents in a high school in France. I have also had the opportunity to work with young children with autistic and psychotic disorders as an educator.
Whether you are going through a difficult period in your life, whether you are experiencing relational, emotional or affective difficulties, the goal of the consultations is not to ‘format’ you, but to allow you to find a safe place to deposit something of your experience.
Here are a few non-exhaustive examples:
– Difficulties at school;
– School bullying;
– Managing emotions;
– Changes or difficulties in the family…
The consultations will aim to provide a safe place to deposit something of one’s experiences and sufferings. The first interviews generally aim to determine what brings a person to the psychologist, and to define, with the patient, what the therapeutic project is.
Who is it for?
As a psychologist, I welcome children, from 4 years old and adolescents. This accompaniment can be done within the framework of a difficult period of life, leading to difficulties of relational, emotional, affective or behavioral orders.
In order to be able to best accompany the people I will meet, I am committed to continuous training in order to enrich my knowledge and skills, and thus to have various tools at my disposal, in order to best adapt to each situation.
– Master in Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology – ULB – 2019-2021;
– Victimology and psychotraumatology – ULB – 2021-2022;
– Eating disorders in children and adolescents – ULB – September 2022;
– Clinical support for parenthood – ULB – January 2023.