When I started my career as a trainer, I realised that all the skills we learn as adults work in “peacetime” only. We practice them in vain, since when we get under stress, we react mostly out of instinct. After a while I started to pay attention to the phenomena specifically, and it became clear that this was a serious pattern. I became intrigued to wonder what might be behind it? What works when something doesn’t work?
I embarked on a dedicated, years-long research, trying to learn from internationally renowned authorities, and I have now built up the knowledge that enables me to support deep and lasting transformational processes. This complex approach is based on a coaching approach that builds on the existing strengths and the belief that everyone has the capacity to be the best they can be. I combine this with the latest findings in neurobiology and brain research, meditation and contemplative techniques, and the many practical tools that I have learned and tried out on myself over nearly 20 years.
Each person is unique and encounters different life situations, and it is my job as a helper to address them at their current level and within their capabilities. As one of my most influential teachers, Thomas Hübl, says: Precision is Love. If we want to make progress, the first and most important step is to accept where we are and set goals for ourselves from there. Everything is achievable, we can dream and achieve a radically different life, living in harmony with our inner values and our external environment reflecting this. With the complex approach I use, our desires are achievable.
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Individually - Group
Life Designer® Coaching
For individuals: achieving effective and lasting change, building on existing strengths and practical tools, based on the Life Designer® Coaching methodology.
For groups: bringing awareness of the often-sub-surface dynamics that arise in the "here and now" and then develop solutions in the frame of group coaching.
TED-type presentations on the collective wounds and our neurobiological architecture that determine our behaviour and relationships.