We are a small group of experienced psychotherapists who focus on offering psychological services to expatriates in Copenhagen Denmark.
We are all fluent in English, and at least one of us also speaks Swedish, Danish, Yugoslavian or German.
Peter MacFarlane, Ph.D.
I received a B.A. in psychology from the University of Michigan, where I also had a 10 year career in research and teaching. I received my M.S. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Ohio University. I completed my internship at The Ohio State University, and am a proud member of the American Psychological Association (APA). After living over 25 years in the United States I moved back to Denmark some years ago and offer psychological services in the Copenhagen area.
Edita Petojevic, M.A.
I attended Jacksonville University in the U.S. during my undergraduate career and I completed my graduate studies at Roehampton University in London, UK with an M.A. in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling in 2012. I speak English and Swedish fluently, and focus on offering services to adult individuals and couples.
I have been an expat most of my life and though it certainly is a strength, I can also understand the difficulties and stressors such experiences bring. These are some of the reasons why I have focused my practice on serving the English and Swedish speaking expat community here in Copenhagen.
Hanne-Berit Hahnemann, DMA, M.Ed, LPCC-S, LICDC
I have a masters degree in clinical counseling with a supervisory license from Cleveland State University and have many years of experience in private practice in the USA. As an expat myself, I specialize in expats and the challenges that come with moving to another country.
As a psychotherapist, I aim first and foremost at creating a safe and supportive environment where you will feel free to explore what is troubling you and where you will feel attentively heard and deeply understood. In the session, I may ask pointed and helpful questions to help increase your insight and understanding, but I am always kind and supportive and it is of utmost importance to me that therapy is a place where you feel validated and understood.
Nicole Flanagan, D Psych
I have a Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (D. Psych Clin) from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia. I have also worked as a sessional academic for the School of Psychology and Counselling at QUT. I am trained and practiced in both child and adult psychology.
I offer individual therapy to children and adults. I tailor evidence-based interventions depending on the presenting concerns and client preferences. I practice supportive psychotherapy from psychodynamic and cognitive behaviour therapy perspectives. I also draw on attachment theory and mindful self-compassion