Individual and family counseling
Guðrún Katrín Jóhannesdóttir graduated with a BA degree in social work from the University of Iceland in 2014 and an MA degree in sociology from the same school in 2016.
Guðrún is studying family history at the master's level at the University of Iceland Continuing Education. She is also a doctoral student in sociology at the University of Iceland, where she studies the physical and mental effects of sexual violence / harassment on men and women, with an emphasis on the reactions that people experience when they report and the effects of the reactions on the trauma process.
Guðrún has completed courses from the Brainspotting Institute and thereby obtains a license as a BSP therapist. In addition, she is a TRM Therapist (Trauma Resiliency Model) after completing courses at The Trauma Resource Institute. The methods aim to work with people who have experienced all kinds of trauma and difficult experiences and are effective when it comes to dealing with the emotions that follow.
Guðrún also works regularly for the Piata organization, an organization against suicide, where she provides counseling and group work for relatives.
Guðrún works with individuals, families and couples.
Its focus is on helping people deal with trauma and difficult emotions, stress, communication difficulties and complicity.