Dr Martin Miksits is a systemic psychotherapist, supervisor, coach, consultant and trainer. His special interests are the development of people in relationships and working with people with diverse backgrounds, cultures and beliefs.
Martin has studied Systemic Psychotherapy at the Kensington Consultation Centre in London, and also has a Diploma in Systemic Family Therapy from the Vienna Lehranstalt für Systemische Familientherapie, which qualifies for therapeutic work with individuals, couples and families. His experience as psychotherapist includes working with families, couples and individuals in therapeutic and counselling centres since 2005 and in private praxis in the UK and in Austria. As psychotherapist he is also certified to work with children and young people as to the standards of the Austrian Ministry of Health.
Martin holds also degrees in Business Administration (Vienna University for Business Administration and Economics), and in Systemic Leadership (University of Bedfordshire, UK). He has a Professional Doctorate in Systemic Practice and teaches systemic practice in different contexts including as visiting lecturer for Systemic Leadership and Organisational Development at the University of Bedfordshire, UK.
Martin, in addition to his clinical work, also draws on more than 20 years of experience working in and with organisations. Located in the Netherlands, United Kingdom and the Dominican Republic he was responsible to manage business development, sales, strategy, M&A, change and organisational projects. He is working as trainer, coach and consultant with leaders, teams and organisations.
Registrations and Affiliations:
- Statutory register of psychotherapists, Ministry of Health, Austria – 2016
- Registered certified psychotherapist to work with children and young people – 2018
- Accredited as consultant for parents according to § 95 Abs. 1a AußStrG regarding the specific needs of minors related to divorce, Ministry for Families – 2017
- United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) – 2008
- College of Family, Couple and Systemic Therapy – 2008
- Association for Family Therapy (AFT) – 2007
- TAOS Institute – 2014