Child psychiatrists

MUDr. Štěpánka Kicková, Ph.D.

MUDr. Štěpánka Kicková, Ph.D.

the head of the ambulance of child psychiatry

  • She graduated in the General Medicine programme at the 2. LF UK in Prague

  • In 2015 she finished her specialisation in child and adolescent psychiatry

  • At the moment she is finishing postgraduate study degree in psychology at the Charles University in Prague, she is interested in problematics of early diagnostics of autism in children

  • She works as a secondary clinician at the Child Psychiatric Clinic of the Second Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University and Motol University Hospital , where she also teaches medical students

  • She did a number of international internships, for example in Italy or in Canada

  • She delivers presentations in Czech or international conferences, she is also an author or co-author of articles in scientific journals (for example in Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment)

  • Since 2014 she has worked at INEP, her main interests are treatment of patients with disorders of the autistic spectrum or diagnostics and therapy of Tourette syndrome

  • Her services are available not only for Czech but also for English and Italian speaking patients

 

MUDr. Iveta Koblic Zedková, Ph.D.

MUDr. Iveta Koblic Zedková, Ph.D.

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MUDr. Gisela Kratochvíl Vaněčková

  • She graduated in the General Medicine programme at the First Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University in Prague

  • In 2018 she finished her specialisation in child and adolescent psychiatry

  • From 2008 to 2009 she worked as a secondary clinician at the Child Psychiatric Hospital Louny

  • From 2009 to 2019 she was working as a secondary clinician at the Child Psychiatric Clinic of the Second Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University and Motol University Hospital, where besides her clinical work she also did a scientific research

  • From 2014 to 2019 she absolved psychotherapeutic training in Systematic familty therapy in the Institute of Family Therapy in Prague

  • She is the main author of a scientific article in journal Czech and Slovak Pediatrics

  • Since 2019 she has been working at INEP, she focuses on treatment of patients with eating disorders and family psychotherapy

  • Her services are available not only for Czech but also for German speaking patients

MUDr. Marie Pozdílková

MUDr. Marie Pozdílková

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MUDr. Nikol Přibilová

  • She graduated in the General Medicine programme at the  1. LF UK in Prague

  • Since 2010 she has worked as a secondary clinician at the  •    Child Psychiatric Hospital in Louny

  • At the moment she is finishing her specialisation in child and adolescent psychiatry

  • She also does a postgraduate study degree research in Neurosciences with Dr. Paclt about ADHD, the importance of genetic factors and the use of medical imaging

  • She participated in solving grant IGA MZČR NT 14177 - 3/2013

  • She is an author and co-author of articles in scientific journals, she also delivers presentations at international conferences

  • Since 2017 she has worked at INEP

  • Her services are available not only for Czech but also for English speaking patients

Mgr. Marie Hájková

MUDr. Jana Šolcová

  • She graduated in the General Medicine programme at the  2. LF UK in Prague

  • From 2012 to 2014 she worked as a secondary clinician at the Psychiatric Hospital in Horní Beřkovice

  • Since 2014 she has worked as a secondary clinician at the Child Psychiatric Clinic of the Second Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University and Motol University Hospital in Prague

  • In 2018 she finished her specialisation in child and adolescent psychiatry

  • At the moment she takes part in group psychoanalytic psychotherapy training at the Czech Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (ČSPAP)

  • Since 2022 she has worked at INEP

  • She focuses on diagnostics and treatment of eating disorders, affective disorders and disorders of autistic spectrum

  • Her services are available not only for Czech but also for English speaking patients