PhD (University of Geneva)
Dr. Henry Faineteau is a psychotherapist and adjunct faculty in Psychology. He earned a Masters and a PhD in Psychology from Geneva University and obtained a research grant to conduct extensive research at the Harvard Psychology Department. He works currently as a licensed psychotherapist in a private practice, and as an adjunct faculty at both Webster and University of Geneva. He is trained in mindfulness, hypnosis, EMDR, sexology, systemic and family therapy, and over the past 15 years, he has worked in the fields of sexology, perinatal health, couple and family therapy, both at the Psychiatry Department of the Geneva University Hospitals and in a private psychotherapy practice. Faineteau trained in several models of therapy as he believes there is no one-size-fits-all model and he prefers to fit the therapy to the client rather than the client to the therapy. In other words, his integrative approach of psychotherapy and counseling involves the tailoring of his perspective by drawing on his knowledge of different schools of psychotherapy according to what his experience tells him will work best with the client’s personality and situation.