About Dipl.-Psych.
Ansgar Bittermann

Brief Vita

Dipl.-Psychologe Ansgar Bittermann studied at the world’s second oldest psychological institute in Göttingen, specializing in clinical psychology, and wrote his diploma thesis under Professor Grammer at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute in Vienna. He then worked and taught at the Technical University of Munich, researching how robots can recognize emotions in people.  

He received the Future Award and the German Multimedia Award for the development of online trainings to reduce racism based on psychological research. He also led an EU consortium under HORIZION 2020 to improve the time-to-market of innovations from psychological research.
He has held leadership positions in various companies across Europe for nearly 15 years and has also been a freelance consultant since 2019.

“Offering psychotherapy to executives and their families came naturally after seeing a gap here in many conversations over the years. The social environment, the demands of the role and the accompanying adaptation of the self to the role are special parameters. And this is what I want to pick up on in therapy. When the spouse is responsible for 1000 or even 100,000 people during the day, (experiencing) life is simply different. And where the light shines brightly, the shadows are also more accentuated. “