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Dr. Ungureanu Mihaela Onisia

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Dr. Ungureanu Alexandru



  • adult-child, individual and group psychotherapy and counselling;
  • psycho-diagnosis and psychological assessment;


  • psychological assessment;
  • periodic employment examination and resumption of work;


  • psychological assessment and counselling
  • psycho-diagnosis and brief therapies
  • psychological evaluation for a gun licence;
  • personnel selection and recruitment

Psychodynamic psychotherapies

Psychoanalytic theory and psychotherapy based on this theory of personality was founded by Siogmund Freud. From the original theoretical structure developed by Freud evolved several separate but conceptually related theories, which are known today as psychodynamic theories.
Psychological jargon terms such as neurosis, conflict, attachment, object relations, unconscious, defense mechanisms, self, ego, superego and many others originate from this approach.

Humanist-existential psychotherapies

Humanistic psychotherapy is a therapeutic approach that seeks to harmonise the major components of the human being: intellect, body, soul. It represents a broad spectrum of therapeutic methods and each of them is based on the self-healing capacities of the client. In humanistic psychotherapy, the client is considered to be the therapist’s equal, and the therapist’s duty is first and foremost “to accept the client unconditionally”, i.e. not to judge him.

Existential psychotherapy is very close to humanistic psychotherapy. It aims to help the client find constructive ways of dealing with the challenges of everyday life. It focuses on the client’s concrete, individual experience of anxiety and stress, proposing an exploration of his or her beliefs and value system in order to clarify and understand them in relation to the client’s specific physical, psychological and socio-cultural context. Past, present and future experiences and influences are equally important in therapy. Exploring the client’s beliefs about his or her own life and highlighting the possibilities and limitations of existence is an important aspect of this integrative and dynamic therapeutic approach. Four main aspects of the “existential struggle” are addressed in therapy: death, freedom versus responsibility, isolation, and existential absurdity.

Cognitive-behavioural psychotherapy

Cognitive-behavioural psychotherapy is a practical approach based on the precise definition of therapeutic goals and the use of active methods to achieve them. The cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist assesses the client’s patterns of thought and behaviour and how these patterns are reinforced and maintained over time by the person or the environment in which they live. A functional analysis of the client’s thinking and behaviour is then carried out, using standardised and precise procedures with which the client records dysfunctional ideas and behaviours. Once the client and therapist understand how the symptoms and problem behaviours occur, a therapeutic programme is designed to change these behaviours. In this therapeutic approach it is very important that the client learns to recognise and record irrational ways of thinking (automatic thoughts, catastrophic ideas).

Transpersonal psychotherapy

Transpersonal psychotherapy is an approach that focuses mainly on the spiritual dimension of the person. It considers that the human psyche possesses a central core called the Soul as the centre of identity and also a personal self. Psychotherapists who adhere to this approach use various methods to uncover psychic contents buried in the memory based on the client’s potential and experience.