Michaela Huber Profil

Honours and awards


In 1997, Michaela Huber was awarded the International Distinguished Achievement Award of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation (ISSD) for her special services in further education and publication on dissociative disorders.
More information: www.issd.org

She is the first German winner of this award.

Michaela Huber 4 - Trauma, Dissoziation und Traumagedächtnis

In 2011 Michaela Huber was awarded the Bertha Pappenheim Prize was awarded to Michaela Huber.

She receives this award for outstanding professional and personal commitment as well as for particularly meritorious and effective national and international contributions and publications to improving the situation of women with dissociative identity disorder.

The prize is awarded by the German Society for Trauma and Dissociation.

Traumabearbeitung und Langzeittrauma

On 19 December 2008, Michaela Huber was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit by 1st Councillor Suermann.

She receives this award for her great commitment to severely traumatised people, for helping to establish psychotrauma centres and for networking colleagues who work with traumatised people.

Michaela Huber is a qualified psychologist, psychological psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer in trauma treatment. Since the foundation of the German-speaking section of the ISSD (International Society for the Study of Dissociation), she has been its first chairperson and co-founder of the Centre for Psychotraumatology in Kassel.