Prof. Dr. Ulrike Kluge is a professor for psychological and medical integration and migration research at the Charité in Berlin. There she is in charge of the Zentrum für Interkulturelle Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie (Intercultural Center for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (ZIPP)) as well as the research group Transkulturelle Psychiatrie, which she leads with Andreas Heinz.
From 1999 - 2005 Mrs. Prof. Kluge studied psychology and ethnology at the Philipps-Universität Marburg, the “Escola Superior de Educação” in Coimbra (Portugal) and the Freien Universität Berlin.
Since 2006 she is working as a scientifical employee at the Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie der Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the Charité Campus Mitte). From 2009 - 2012 she was the principal investigator of the research group „Seelische Gesundheit und Migration“ (mental health and migration - SeGeMi) that was fundet by the VW-Stiftung.
Since 2007 Mrs. Prof. Kluge does an apprenticeship as a psychoanalyst at the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie Berlin, e.V. (APB) as well as an apprienticeship as a groupanalyst at the Seminar für Gruppenanalyse Zürich (SGAZ).
Ulrike Kluge's professorship is partly funded by the Berliner Programm zur Förderung der Chancengleichheit für Frauen in Forschung und Lehre (BCP).
Transcultural psychiatry, Cross-cultural psychotherapy, Cross-cultural research on migration and mental health care, combination of quantitative and qualitative research in social sciences, language and cultural interpretation in psychotherapy.