Pia-Sophie Klaus is online psychologist, author, scientist and CEO of Mindful Psychology, an online therapy service for teenagers, families and adults. After her Masters of Science in Psychology, Pia published her book about the effect of mindfulness on our general well-being. Because of her own past struggles and health problems, Pia specialised in Mindfulness and the Subconscious Mind. Next to her main job as an online psychologist, Pia volunteers at a youth centre and takes care of children.

Qualifications

2019 –Certified THINK: Manifestation and Abundance Brainwaves, Theta Healing Centre Byron Bay  (Australia)

2018 – Author: Publication of the book ” The impact of mindfulness to our well-being”, Akademiker Verlag (Deutschland)

2018 – Volunteer: Youth Activity Centre, Community Byron Bay  (Australia)

2018 – Certified THINK: DNA-Basics, Theta Healing Centre Byron Bay  (Australia)

2018 – Certified THINK: DNA-Advanced, Theta Healing Centre Byron Bay  (Australia)

2016 – 2018 – Leading position: Youth Centre Serfaus, Community Serfaus (Austria)

2015 – 2017 – Advanced workshops in psychological family constellation and the subconsciousness, Psychology of Vision (Germany; Switzerland)

2017 – Mindfulness Workshop Advanced  (India)

2017 – Horse therapy and-pedagogic (Austria)

2017 – Master of Science in Psychology, University of Innsbruck (Austria)

Since 2016 – Psychological Online Councelling  (worldwide)

2016 – Master thesis: Study about the correlation between mindfulness and well-being, University of Innsbruck (Austria)

2016 – Mindfulness Workshop Basic (India)

2015 – Intern: psychological nursing service for mental disabilities, PSP Tirol (Austria)

2015 – Mental training, University of Innsbruck (Austria)

2014 – Snowboard-instructor level 1, Ski-and Snowboardschool Serfaus (Austria)

2014 – Bachelor of Science in Psychology, UMIT Health and Life Sciences University (Austria)

2012 – 2013 – Scientific Study (about different learning types): About the link between mathematical aptitude, eye movements and processing strategies: Evidence from eye tracking (Austria)

2010 – High School Diploma, Gymnasium Hochrad (Germany)

2010 – Volunteer: “Children-Cancer-Help” (Germany)