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Location:

Osterbronnstraße 54 

70565 Stuttgart

Offers online telehealth

Tel: + 49 15510 435420

Languages:

  • Counseling in English

  • Conversational Hungarian

Qualifications:

  • Masters in Clinical Mental Health (MA) Moody Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL, USA​

  • Bachelors of Art (BS) Psychology; 

       Columbia International University,

       South Carolina, USA

Licensure:

  • ​Licensed Professional Counselor  (LPC-IL)  (lllinois, USA)

Tina Kramm, MA, LPC-IL

Licensed Professional Counselor

Accepting new clients

Tina is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Illinois. She holds a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology.

Tina works in collaboration with her clients to help move them towards reaching their full potential. She enjoys walking alongside of clients as they process their personal stories. Tina has worked with adults, couples, adolescents, and teens from various religious and ethnic backgrounds. Her approach is eclectic using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Narrative Therapy in her practice. She also offers Play Therapy for children and adolescents. 

Originally from Hungary, Tina has a multicultural background having grown up in a mixed Hungarian and Malagasy household and having lived in Serbia, Hungary, and the U.S. Although her experiences inform her understanding of others, she believes in listening to each individual as they share their unique life experiences, backgrounds, and struggles.

Tina is most passionate about working with clients with multicultural backgrounds such as expats, international students, and refugees. She also enjoys working with adolescents as they process life’s challenges. Tina uses age-appropriate techniques to empower clients as they learn about mental health, understanding thoughts, managing intense emotions, and relaxation skills. 

Areas of Focus

  • ​Life Transitions - Adjustment

  • Cross-Cultural Transitions

  • International Students

  • Adolescents & Children

  • Relationship Issues 

  • Mood and Thinking Disorders 

  • Grief and Loss

  • Trauma Processing

  • Young Adults