Neurocognitive thesis on OCD. Appointed as external examiner at the University of Copenhagen, Health Scientific Faculty (school of medicine) from 2007-2012. Studied English and psychology from 1990-1992 at Towson State University, Baltimore, Maryland. Clinical education at the psychiatry department of Bispebjerg Hospital (research position on schizophrenia) as well as at the anxiety clinic at Rigshospitalet under Professor DMSc Tom Bolwig.
Extensive supplementary psychotherapeutic training. Two-year course in cognitive behavioral therapy methods at the Cognitive Therapy Center in Århus and the Danish Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy (SAKT) in Copenhagen, as well as a two-year advanced CBT education at Region Zealand Psychiatry. In 2005 established Ulrichsen’s Clinic, which became a full-time clinic in February, 2007.
Works exclusively with the cognitive and behavioral therapeutic treatment method. For personality disorders and self-harming behavior, the techniques of the Center for Dialectical Behavior Therapy are also used. Together with medical specialists at the Anxiety Clinic at Rigshospitalet, I developed a treatment program for persons with OCD. Also trained in the treatment of all types of anxiety disorders, affective disorders (depression and bipolar disorders), eating disorders and personality disorders. Participated in research projects on neurocognitive disturbances within schizophrenia and the treatment of alcoholism, using a variety of neurocognitive tests. Participated in a research project at Psychiatric Center Gentofte regarding the cognitive behavior therapeutic treatment of persons with long-standing alcohol abuse. Has arranged group therapy treatment programs and participated in these a clinical psychologist. Has supervised registered nurses involved in alcohol treatment at Psychiatry Center Gentofte.
You can email Michelle Ulrichsen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the clinic at 38 28 88 72.