Current situation: Coronavirus information (COVID-19)
The psychology pratice is open. To prevent coronavirus, various measures have been put in place:
- In the discussion area, the seat distance between the psychologist and the clients is approximately 2.5 m. For certain activities carried out at the table with children and adolescents (e.g. when carrying out assessments), this distance is 1.5 m.
- A disinfectant hand spray is available to clients. They disinfect their hands before entering the consultation room.
- The objects and materials used when working with children/adolescents are disinfected after each use.
- The "free play" corner has been removed, to avoid the presence of toys used by many children.
- A disinfectant spray for surfaces is regularly applied in sensitive areas (WC, washbasin, door handles, chairs).
- We ask clients to come at the scheduled time, in order to prevent previous and next clients from crossing paths, or more than one family in the waiting area at the same time.

Julie Baumer, PhD, psychologist FSP


I am a psychologist and member of the FSP (Federation of Swiss Psychologists). Regular further training as well as supervision are an important part to ensure the quality of my work and to continuously expand and refine it. Further education includes several times a year attending congresses, courses and seminars, as well as the further study of literature.

My attention is a broad view of the situation and problems. I was able to gain experience both in the area of ​​child and youth psychology as well as in assessments and coaching in work and organizational psychology. My focus is mainly on practical work as a psychologist, but I'm also engaged in research and teaching.

I am married and mother of two children.

Professional Experience

● CACB Center for Assessment and Coaching
● School psychology service Estavayer-le-Lac
● Psychotherapy Center of the University of Fribourg
● School psychology service Ittigen BE
● ACC Consulting


● Doctorate (PhD) in Psychology, University of Lausanne
● Master in Psychology, University of Fribourg
● Bachelor in Psychology, University of Paris VIII
● Bachelor in Mathematics, University of Besançon


I am fluent in French, German, Swiss German and English. I have good to very good knowledge in Spanish, intermediate knowledge in Japanese as well as basic knowledge in Tibetan.

Publications / Press

Press interviews

●  COVID and families, RTS La première, 6h-9h (August 2020) flèche
●  “Papa, Maman, le psy et moi !”, RTS La première, 6h-9h, Le Talk (September 2019) flèche
●  “Quelle punition pour son enfant ?”, COOP Coopération (S. Vieira, January 2019) online
●  “Se mêler ou pas des disputes enfantines”, Migros Magazin (V. Kipfer, September 2018) pdf online
●  “Allez hopp! Viele Kinder sitzen vor dem Computer, anstatt rumzutoben”, Schweizer Familie (A. Gielas, November 2017) pdf
●  “Bambins sous cloche”, Femina (P. Frey, August 2017) pdf online
●  “Was bin ich? Kinderpsychologin”, Schweizer Familie (S. Werner, July 2017) pdf
●  “Auf Talentsuche”, Schweizer Familie (A. Gielas, July 2017) pdf
●  “La timidité n’est pas un défaut”, Migros Magazin (V. Kipfer, May 2017) pdf online
●  “Abschied vom tierischen Gefährten”, Schweizer Familie (A. Gielas, April 2017) pdf
●  “Petits, mais déjà complexés”, Migros Magazin (V. Kipfer, October 2016) pdf online
●  “Explorateurs de narines”, Migros Magazin (V. Kipfer, July 2016) pdf online
●  “Comment expliquer le mariage aux enfants ?”, Zankyou Weddings (I. Klein, June 2016) pdf online
●  “Les gros mots, c’est pas si rigolo”, Migros Magazin (V. Kipfer, April 2016) pdf online

Scientific lectures and articles

●  “Manifestations dépressives chez l’enfant : du corporel au psychique”, lecture at the University of Lyon (France), CRPPC (April 2016) pdf
●  “Pourquoi est-il si difficile de résoudre les divisions ?”, lecture by Prof. V. Camos in our both names at the Scientific Days Michel Fayol in Clermont-Ferrand (France) (Oct. 2015) pdf
●  Camos, V. and Baumer, J. (2015). Why is it so hard to solve long divisions for 10-year-old children? International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology pdf