Michael Wöste

Dr. Michael Wöste, Dipl.-Päd.

Dr. Michael Wöste, Dipl.-Päd.
Academic Staff, focus on teaching

Am Kaiserkai 1
20457 Hamburg

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Biography

After graduating from high-school in 2004, Mr Wöste joined the Luftwaffe as an officer candidate. After completing his officer training, he studied at the Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg in the diploma course in pedagogy with a focus on counseling psychology. In 2009, Mr. Wöste completed his studies with honors as a best student of the year. Following his studies, various uses as an officer in associations of ground-based air defense followed.

Since completing his service in 2016, Mr. Wöste has been training as a child and adolescent psychotherapist at the German Society for Behavioral Therapy (DGVT) in Hamburg. At the same time he earned his doctorate in the field of clinical psychology at the European University of Flensburg.

Mr. Wöste is also a quality management auditor as well as an aptitude diagnostician for professional aptitude diagnostics according to DIN 33430.

Teaching

In addition to his work as a research assistant with a focus on teaching at the Medical School Hamburg, Michael Wöste has a teaching position at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) in the course of social work. Here he teaches the theory of health, prevention and rehabilitation.

Research Focus

As part of his PhD project, Mr Wöste explored how children and adolescents deal with themselves in intrapsychic behavior. Following the adaptation of the Structural Analysis of Social Behavior (SASB) for use with children and adolescents, he examined differences in intrapsychic behavior in patients with internalizing and externalizing disorders as well as the possibility of process evaluation within a day care setting. In addition, he examined the question of the extent to which a child and adolescent version of the SASB (»SASB-KJ«) can serve as a framework for integrative, cross-therapy psychotherapy.

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