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Dr. Isabelle Chiu

Psychologist FSP

I'm an experienced psychologist and avid traveler with a high cultural sensitivity and endless passion for personal growth. I founded Anywherepractice to tackle the increasing burden of mental health problems and to help turn struggles into strengths.

I support people from anywhere in the world and from all walks of life dealing with private and professional challenges. My purpose is to help you recover from setbacks, strengthen your inner resources, and build resilience to develop personally and become your best self.

 

Additionally, I'm a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion professional and equality advocate. Based on a deep understanding of the pressures in the corporate world, I develop and lead customized programs to promote health & well-being, inclusion, and a sense of belonging in the workplace.

 

I believe that our individual differences are our greatest power. My top priority is to provide a safe and non-judgemental environment where you can be your authentic self, have a sense of purpose and growth, and create lasting positive changes.

Education

  • ​PhD in Neuropsychology, Department of Neurology, University Hospital Basel & Memory Clinic Basel 

  • Master of Science with a double major in Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy and Experimental Psychology & Neuropsychology (summa cum laude), University of Bern​

  • Visiting Student, Stanford University

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a high interdisciplinary focus, University of Basel

Additional Qualifications

  • MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Certified Coach, The Myers & Briggs Foundation

  • HBDI® (Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument) Certified Coach, Herrmann International

  • Certified Mental Health First Aider, Swiss Foundation Pro Mente Sana

  • Continuous training, supervision and intervision 

Publications

  • Chiu, I., Gfroerer, R., Piguet, O., Berres, M., Monsch, A. U., & Sollberger, M. (2015). “Now I see it, now I don’t”: Determining threshold levels of facial emotion recognition for use in patient populations. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 21(7), 568-572. 

  • Chiu, I., Piguet, O., Diehl-Schmid, J., Riedl, L., Beck, J., Leyhe, T., Holsboer-Trachsler, E., Berres, M., Monsch, A. U., & Sollberger, M. (2016). Dissociation in rating negative facial emotions between behavioral-variant frontotemporal dementia and major depressive disorder. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 24 (11), 1017-1027. 

  • Chiu, I., Piguet, O., Diehl-Schmid, J., Riedl, L., Beck, J., Leyhe, T., Holsboer-Trachsler, E., Berres, M., Monsch, A. U., & Sollberger, M. (2018). Combined intensity ratings of congruent and incongruent facial emotions highly discriminate between behavioral-variant frontotemporal dementia and major depressive disorder. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 79 (1):16m11342.

Memberships

 

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