Margrit Eleonore Haid

Margrit Eleonore Haid (born 1952) is an Austrian psychotherapist, author and traveler living in Innsbruck, Tyrol. After being an AFS exchange student in Phoenix, AZ, in 1972 and then providing psychological support to the small schools in the mountain valleys as an outpatient counselling teacher, she has since worked as a psychotherapist in her own practice. In addition to training in psychodrama and cognitive therapy, she is deeply rooted in Jungian psychoanalysis. She combines all her knowledge in an integrated way, has specialised in dream analysis and offers live and online workshops. She has also been practising oriental dance for more than 30 years and has trained in “Dervish dance, oriental healing methods and Sufi meditation” with the ethnologist, Arabist and Sufi teacher Dr Rosina-Fawzia Al Rawi, Vienna – Jerusalem – Baghdad.

M.E. Haid has travelled extensively, and her daughters and grandchildren live in Mexico and in London-Paris-Marrakech, Morocco. Her deepest heartfelt concern is the connection and mediation between the different worlds, cultures, and religions, both externally and internally, between the conscious and the unconscious, between body, mind, soul, and spirit.