Anna Haasma has a Master's degree in psychology from Tallinn University (2008). She considers it important to improve her professional skills every year. In recent years, Anna has mainly focused on self-harming behaviour and dialectical behaviour therapy, trauma therapy, consciousness practices and eating disorders. She also wants to contribute to helping people have a friendlier and healthier relationship with their bodies. Her special area of interest is positive psychology. Anna has been a member of the Estonian Family Therapy Association since 2010.
I have been working as a psychologist for 14 years and have heard many personal stories throughout the years. Each client has their own unique experience, which makes the work very interesting for me – we can work together to find solutions that fit the specific individual. I consider trust, respect and care in the client-patient relationship important in my job. In the last few years, I have been more involved in helping young people. My main interest is the treatment of eating disorders and I hope to contribute to people having a happier and healthier relationship with their bodies. I am also interested in positive psychology.