Dipl.-Psych. Felicitas Hug


Since 2019
admitted in psychoanalytic Training – DPV

Since 2018
established as Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Child Attachment Interview Training with Reliability Test

approbation as  Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Since 2015
member of staff at the Sigmund-Freud-Institute

university education of Psychology at Coventry University/GB and Trier University/GER

Research interests

  • Attachment in middle Childhood
  • The Child Attachment Interview in research processes
  • Emotional development
  • Multiple compex trauma

Research projects

MuKi – ,,Mutige Kinder“ ­­–  coordination of project (IDeA – sponsorship to promote a future proposal for third party funding)

NeuroBind – Neuroimaging of the Attachment system at ,,Children at Risk“, funded by DFG

Step-by-Step – Pilot Project to provide support for refugees in a hessian initial reception center for asylum applicants „Michaelisdorf“ at Darmstadt, funded by i.a. Hessian Ministry for Social Affairs and Integration

EVA – Evaluation of two early intervention programs in childcare institutions with ,,Children at Risk“ Sub-project of IDeA-Centre. Funded by LOEWE Excellence centre.


Hug, F., Degen, T., Meurs, P., & Fischmann, T. (2022). Psychoanalytical considerations of emotion regulation disorders in multiple complex-traumatized children-a study protocol of the prospective study MuKi. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 210.

 Fischmann, T., Asseburg, L. K., Green, J., Hug, F., Neubert, V., Wan, M., & Leuzinger-Bohleber, M. (2020). Can Psychodynamically Oriented Early Prevention for “Children-at-Risk” in Urban Areas With High Social Problem Density Strengthen Their Developmental Potential? A Cluster Randomized Trial of Two Kindergarten-Based Prevention Programs. Frontiers in
Psychology, 11, 553–17. http://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.599477