Transcultural Psychotherapy


  • Enver Cesko



transcultural psychotherapy, positive psychotherapy, psychodynamic, humanistic, integrative, globalization, radicalization, balance, culture, values


This article will demonstrate the functionality of Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapy in different transcultural environments. The article will present the psychodynamic, humanistic and integrative approaches to situations in which transcultural questions are the point at issue. The article will show how a psychotherapist, though deeply-rooted in the Oriental, Ottoman culture, can merge the knowledge and experience garnered from this Oriental environment with the scientific advances of the occident to resolve these problems. Works from both of these cultural traditions will be cited and illustrated.


Enver Cesko

Mr. Sci. Enver Cesko, Licensed Clinical Psychologist and certified body psychotherapist and positive transcultural psychotherapist, international trainer and supervisor. President and founder of the Kosovo Association for Psychotherapy. He is a Board Member of European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP); a Board Member of World Association of Positive Psychotherapy (WAPP); a Board Member of World Council of Psychotherapy (ECP); a Council Member of the European Association for Body Psychotherapy (EABP); and a holder of the ECP, WCP and is also an accredited therapist from Mind-Body Medicine, Washington DC. He used to be a former university lecturer, currently he is working in his own private practice in Pristina, Kosovo, and conducting international training workshops on positive and body psychotherapy, as well as coaching, stress management, leadership and team building. He presented his workshops and lectures, in more than 20 World and European Congresses for psychotherapy. He published more than 150 different kind articles in professional and weekly journals.




Cesko, E. (2018). Transcultural Psychotherapy. Psychotherapie-Wissenschaft, 8(2), 57–61.



Titelthema: Kulturübergreifende Psychotherapie