Frank HaberJacobs University Bremen, Germany
Frank Haber works as Psychological Counsellor and Interculturalist at Jacobs University Bremen, where he provides culture-sensitive counselling and psychotherapy, psychological crisis response, skill-building workshops, need-assessments as well as staff and faculty consultancy. Frank studied Social Work at Fulda University of Applied Sciences and Psychology at the University of Waikato and the University of Bremen. After graduating with a diploma in Psychology (equivalent of MSc), Frank received his post-graduate psychotherapy training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Prior to assuming his current position in 2002, Frank worked as therapist and trainer in community psychiatry, vocational rehabilitation and family counselling. Frank is (co-)author of various papers and publications on intercultural competence and mental health promotion in higher education. He is a certified cross-cultural coach (Rosinski), stress management trainer (Kaluza) and has been involved with the EAIE as an Academy trainer and on the Steering group of the EAIE Expert Community Psychological Counselling in Higher Education (PSYCHE).