Having lived and worked as a psychologist and psychotherapist for
nearly 20 years, I have come across many different ways to access the soul.
Working my own way through the jungle of every day life, encountering
many beautiful flowers and scary monsters, I love to accompany others on their way.
For me, a guide can only be someone who has gone the path themselves
before. Likewise, I only pass on what I have experienced for myself to be true.
There may be individual variations, but the general direction of all
of us is the same: the longing to unfold our highest potential in this life and the suffering and pain when this doesn‘t seem possible.
I come from a broken home in which physical and emotional abuse broke
my heart and left me with deep scars in my soul. Because of this I developed many symptoms, including eating disorders and drug addiction. Unable to cope with my inner wounds, I even attempted to kill myself. I
had to take a steep and rocky path in order to find my way out of my inner pain. After many years of therapy and spiritual practice I finally arrived in the most beautiful place of love and beauty
within myself, I m thrilled and honoured to guide others and help them develop their own and unique way to what is most sane and sacred for them.
I am far from being perfect. This is what usually
attracts others, makes them relax and therefore enter a state in which their own truth becomes accessible. Finally they have arrived with someone who is simply human. Who doesn‘t give unasked advice.
Who lives with her imperfection and is even happy with it!
This seems to have become something very rare in this
visual media-society, where our sense of beauty and perfection are being perverted and turned against ourselves.
Love, acceptance and empathy are the keys for my work.
Having completed many different trainings (systemic family therapy, body psychotherapy, clinical hypnotherapy, humanistic approach, transparent and non-violent communication, etc.), I came to realize
that the foundation of all psychological symptoms lies in trauma. Not necessarily only trauma caused by one-time incidents, such as accidents, rape, loss of a family member.
But more often those daily experiences of abuse and
neglect which happen in the place we should feel most safe in: our home. Not being heard, not being respected, not being taken care of; domestic violence, addiction, depression or other psychological
symptoms of one or both parents; children who have to take on the role of a parent; all of this and much more leads to trauma symptoms which are the base for obsessive compulsive behaviors, eating
disorders, relationship problems, issues around self-esteem, fear of setting boundaries, anxiety, depression, addiction etc.
But the good news is: trauma is not in the event, but in
the nervous system (Peter Levine
). This allows us to create a space for the deep inner healing forces to unfold and transform all
which is still stuck in the past within us. Step by step, gentle and thorough, we reunite with all the fragmented parts, in which our highest potential has been stuck all our lives. Once we get back
to ourselves again, we find the answers to our questions within ourselves.
Having gone through this process myself I am looking
forward to share this path with you.
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