Dr Ingo Lambrecht
Registered Clinical Psychologist
Member of the New Zealand Psychological Society (NZPsS)
Committee member of ISPS-NZ (the New Zealand branch of the International Society for the Psychological Treatments of Schizophrenia and other Psychoses)
Member of the American Psychological Association Psychoanalytic Division (Div 39)
Member of the Hermitage Trust, a respite facility for spiritual emergencies
Member of Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand PONZ
Dr Ingo Lambrecht is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience, who has also completed training in psychotherapy. He has a collaborative and integrative approach in brief solution-focused therapy as well long-term individual psychotherapy and professional supervision. Ingo also has extensive experience in running groups. He has worked collaboratively with people from diverse backgrounds including children, adolescents, adults, couples and families, as well as people struggling with significant illness, and end of life matters.
Ingo can assist with issues ranging from stress, self-esteem, grief, trauma, abuse and hearing voices/unusual beliefs to providing assistance to organisations, NGOs, companies, business leaders, and staff. Ingo also has a long history and strong interest in working with people who have cultural and/or spiritual concerns.
His training and work experience in a variety of settings both in South Africa and New Zealand, include Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples, various Family Therapy Models (Structural, Strategic, Systemic, Narrative), Clinical Hypnotherapy, Trauma Therapies such as EFT, Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM), Mindfulness- & Compassion-based Therapies, such as GRACE, amongst others.
In New Zealand, Ingo has worked in a range of services in the public health sector, namely, child and adolescent mental health services, rehabilitation, specialist psychotherapy services and Māori mental health services. His clinical and organisational experience have led to extensive work with health professionals, including registrars, GPs, and medical specialists, either individually or in group supervision. This includes addressing chronic fatigue, burnout, and vicarious trauma. He has been the facilitator for the Schwartz Rounds, which address burnout in hospital staff, at ADHB for over five years. A significant part of his practice is dedicated to professional supervision of other health professionals, including doctors, increasingly seen as a way to maintain healthy clinical engagement in stressful environments.
He continues to provide training, lectures and workshops, presenting at national and international conferences, as well as publishing professionally. He has written a book Sangoma Trance States (2014) based on his PhD research, and is currently co-editing a book on culture and psychosis.
To make an appointment to see Ingo, please call or text 021 230 4485. His fee for individual sessions is $180.00 excl. GST. The group supervision rate is negotiable.