Psych. Oana Amaziliței

Clinical psychologist / psychotherapist

“Being a psychologist requires the ability to establish authentic relationships with patients. These relationships are primarily based on empathy, acceptance, and lack of judgment. Subsequently, based on this established relationship, the therapeutic process continues with standardized techniques and methods that lead to a better life for the patient, by reducing their symptoms up to making them disappear. The psychologist-patient relationship is based on trust, confidentiality being a key element of this relationship. Objectivity, orientation towards the patient’s well-being, the psychologist’s specialization and qualifications are also important aspects that shape the psychologist-patient relationship. The mission of a psychologist is to accompany the patient on their path to healing. The starting point in this journey is the establishment of a trusting relationship, followed by an objective evaluation and a personalized intervention that is suitable for the patient’s needs.”

Psych. Oana Amaziliței

Psychologist Iasi Oana Amazilitei
Psych. Oana Amaziliței is passionate about everything she does as a psychologist, and she believes that the best part of her profession is when she feels that she fully understands what the patient feels and thinks, when she empathizes with them – this understanding also makes the patient feel very good. The most satisfying moment, of course, is related to the state of well-being that the patient achieves following the therapeutic intervention. The aspect of psychology that attracts her the most is psychotherapy, which involves a comprehensive, complex, and long-term process that leads to beneficial changes for the patient. If she were to choose a single word to describe what she does, it would be understanding.”

Since 2018, she has been collaborating with Med Anima Clinic, providing psychological services to patients who seek the clinic’s assistance.

She has refined her professional development by participating in numerous conferences and training programs with specialists from Romania and abroad, crystallizing her conviction that each patient requires a personalized therapeutic solution based on an authentic psychologist-patient relationship.

With over 15 years of experience in the field of clinical psychology, she believes that a multidisciplinary approach is the key to success in treating neuropsychiatric conditions.

Education and Specializations:

  • Faculty/ University of Psychology and Educational Sciences, 2002
  • Master’s Degree in Human Relations and Communication, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iași, 2002-2003
  • Clinical Psychologist and Autonomous Psychotherapist, accredited by the College of Psychologists in Romania
  • Training in Clinical Hypnosis, Relaxation, and Ericksonian Therapy, 2009-2013 – R.H.C.R.T.E. (Romanian Association of Clinical Hypnosis, Relaxation, and Ericksonian Therapy)
“In the early years of my psychology career, I dedicated myself to implementing academic and psychosocial assistance projects in Romania and Italy, working as a psychologist within the Alternative Social Association. The main activities carried out within the association focused on direct work with victims of physical and emotional abuse, collaboration with the Police and the Prosecutor’s Office, reintegrating children from foster care centers into their families of origin, providing psychological counseling to children left home alone due to their parents’ migration, providing training for fellow psychologists and social workers in the Child Protection Directorates, and collaborating and providing expertise to colleagues in the Republic of Moldova. Drawn to medical practice, starting in 2013, I began collaborating with physicians of various specialties, conducting psychological assessments and psychotherapy in my own practice. Since 2015, I have had a fruitful collaboration with Medlife Clinic, offering psychological consultations and psychotherapy. Subsequently, for 4 years, I worked as a clinical psychologist at Elytis Hospital. The palliative care department represented a real challenge, offering support and psychological counseling to terminally ill patients being one of my main duties. Other activities carried out were: support for patients’ families, pre- and post-operative psychological support and training, counseling and training of the hospital’s medical staff.”
“My decision of becoming a psychologist was made a long time ago, when I was a teenager. I was managing very well to understand and listen to my colleagues and friends, who found our discussions really helpful for their problems. Some of my advice was also appreciated by their parents and the feedback I received was positive, my maturity and emotional wisdom being appreciated. Later, as I grew up, this idea turned into something more and by thinking that these skills are essential for being a psychologist, I decided to attend the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences.”

Psych. Oana Amaziliței

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