Fabienne Herzog, M.Sc.

Fabienne Herzog is clinical psychologist and will soon have finished her training to be a federally recognized psychotherapist.

In 2012 she obtained her Masters in clinical psychology and neuroscience from the University of Basel and has been working as clinical psychologist ever since. Having worked in different institutions, Fabienne Herzog is used to treat inpatients and outpatients and is experienced in counselling individuals, couples and families. Additionally, she has specialised knowledge about borderline personality disorders and played a crucial role in the conceptualisation and the opening of a specialised division of borderline personality disorders.

Fabienne Herzog focuses on clarification and the resources of each individual to provide help to overcome difficulties and enhance personal growth. She is convinced that humans are social beings and is therefore very open to include other people in sessions.

Clinical Work

  • Psychologist in outpatient practice in Affoltern am Albis
  • Psychologist in delegation in a psychiatric practice in Hitzkirch (LU)
  • Psychologist for outpatient care of Lucerne Psychiatry in Sursee (lups)
  • Psychologist in home-treatment setting of Lucerne Psychiatry (lups)
  • Conceptualisation, implementation, marketing and clinical work in the dialectic behavioural therapy division in the clinic of Koenigsfelden (PDAG)
  • Clinical psychologist in a division focusing on bipolar-affective disorder in the clinic of Koenigsfelden (PDAG)
  • Running of courses for family members of people suffering from bipolar affective disorder
  • Postgraduate psychologist in the Forel clinic focussing on alcohol and drug addiction

Curriculum Vitae

  • Since October 2014 in training to become a therapist focusing on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for Borderline-Personality Disorder
  • Since April 2013 in training for Master of Advanced Studies in Psychotherapy
  • Master of Science in Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Basel
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Freiburg