Erhard Trittibach, lic. theol., received his degree in theology and medical pedagogy from Fribourg University, Switzerland. He studied abroad in the USA and Peru. He is a graduate of the C.G. Jung - Institute Zürich as an adult and child psychotherapist and psychoanalyst. The title of his thesis was: „The meaning in trauma“. Since 1998 he works with children and adults in private practice in Zurich and Zug. He is a Swiss federally certified psychotherapist. He did further training in Active Imagination, picture interpretation, Therapeutic Sandplay (by Dora Kalff) and Supervision (certified). He is a Training-, Supervising analyst and Lecturer of ISAP (International School for Analytical Psychology). For three years, he had been General Secretary and Vice President of ISAP. Erhard Trittibach had been the head of the Counseling Service of the gay switchboard, Zurich for 6 years. For 3 years he was member of the SGAP - board, the Swiss association for analytical psychology.
His areas of interest include child and adult development, sexualities, trauma, the question of meaning, Active Imagination, Therapeutic Sandplay and Big data. He gave lectures at the following IAAP conferences: Capetown, Vilnius, St.Petersburg, Trieste, Avignon and the MuShuei-Jung conference in Taitung, Taiwan.
He is a trainer in the IAAP on site Router program in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Diploma in Analytical Psychology, C.G. Jung – Institut, Küsnacht 2002
Diploma in theology and medical pedagogy, Universitiy of Fribourg 1992
ASP, AGAP, IAAP, SGAP
Adults, adolescents, children
Individuals, groups, companies
Establishing identity in cases of LGBTQ
Dealing with sexuality
Lectures and Publications
Chances to recovery from Trauma