METHODS

For over 20 years I have been helping people with their transformation, to grow from life's challenges and living from the heart. My way of working combines professional competence with my experience and sensitivity.

My methods are wholistic and integrative, which enables positive and sustainable transformation. I see human being in their entirety: the social relationships, the physical body, the mind, the heart and the innermost,  the spiritual dimension; integrating mindfulness-based, body-oriented, neuropsychological, trauma therapeutic and systemic approaches into my work.

 

Methods, Approaches and Trainings that shape my work:

 

  • NARM - Neuro Affective Relationship Model to heal Developmental trauma and Attachment disorders and to strengthen self-regulation and the ability to relate (Laurence Heller, PhD Psychology, Clinical Therapist & Aline Lapierre, Psychoanalyst and body therapist)

  • Traumasensitive Couples Therapy, Prof. Dr. Katharina Klees

  • Trauma Pedagogy and Trauma Counselling (DeGPT: German Society for Psychotraumatology)

  • EFCT - Emotion Focussed Couples Therapy (Dr. Sue Johnson, Clinical Psychologist)

  • Attachment and Attachment disorders (John Bowlby, Heather Geddes, Dr. Karlheinz Brisch)

  • Bessel van der Kolk's work on Complex trauma - Mind, Brain and Body in the Transformation of Trauma

  • CWF - Integrative Model of the wholistic human being (Dr. John Warlow, Psychiatrist)

  • Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for children and adolescents - relationship-oriented, experience-based, interactive and body-oriented (Pat Ogden, PhD Psychology)

  • Psychodramatic and Dance Therapeutic Methods

  • Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

  • Cross-cultural Stress Inventory

  • Mindfulness Practice

 

 

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