Professor Martin Poltrum

Professor Martin Poltrum

Individual Partner: Prof. Martin Poltrum, Philosopher and Psychotherapist, Sigmund Freud Private University Vienna; Anton Proksch Institute Vienna

Preferred contact: m.poltrum@philosophiepraxis.com
Key Words: aesthetics, hermeneutics, phenomenology, psychotherapy and psychotherapy science, psychiatry and the cinema
Resident in: Vienna/Austria; Working in: Vienna/Austria; Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Research/Philosophy, education, implementation in clinical work; Related Area(s) of Interest: Medical Humanities, Aesthetics in Medicine, History of Psychotherapy and Psychiatry; Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Psychotherapy, Existential Therapy, Addiction Treatment, Cinematherapy, Mental Well-being
Brief Description of Work: Professor of Psychotherapy Science at the Sigmund Freud Private University Vienna; Deputy Chairman of the Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health at the Sigmund Freud Private University Vienna; Teaching Therapist for Existential Analysis at the Danube University Krems; Philosopher and Psychotherapist at the Anton Proksch Institute Vienna. I am also a member of the AiMH (Aesthetics in Mental Health) Group
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http://sozialaesthetik.sfu.ac.at
http://donau-uni.ac.at/en
http://www.philosophiepraxis.com

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