Which three words would best describe your idea of happiness?
Knowing what is good for me, allowing it to happen and forgetting about time.
Which characteristic do you like least about yourself?
That I sometimes worry too much about the future.
Which qualities do you like least in others?
What is your greatest guilty pleasure?
Beauty creams. I know …urghhh.
When and where were you happiest?
Laughing with the love of my life “until the doctor comes”. In a moment of silence. There are quite a lot of little, happy moments I experience and enjoy every day.
If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
Not to be too resentful.
What do you consider your greatest achievement?
Supporting people to get the best out of themselves.
What is your most treasured possession?
What is your idea of misery?
Not being able to find a way out.
What do you like least?
Making a mountain out of a molehill.
What is your motto?
Always be a little kinder than necessary.
Certified Hypnosis & Hypnosystemic Coach and Trainer
Hypnosis Therapy Practitioner
Systemic Hypnosis Therapy Practitioner
Medical Clinical Hypnosis & Hypnosis Therapy
LLC-Therapy (Coaching) Practitioner
Hypnosis Therapy Practitioner for Children & Adolescents
Hypnosis Therapy Swiss Model
Health Academy Switzerland & Hypnosis School Switzerland
Certified Brainspotting Therapist
Brainspotting Austria (Mag. Monika Baumann)
Brainspotting Trainings LLC (Dr. David Grand)
Master Yoga & Meditation
Jeevan Yogasanas Meditation Centre
Dr. R. Senthil Kumar (Coonoor, India)
The Underground Yoga Parlor for Self-Knowledge & Social Justice
Sri Louise (Vienna, Austria)
Master in Social- and Economic Science
University of Economics and Business Administration Vienna & Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Every person is capable of learning and developing and acts on his/her own responsibility.
I approach every conversation impartially and do not discriminate against anyone on the basis of their origin, gender or values.
I ensure transparency in my approach, but also point out generally acknowledged boundaries.
If my competences are not sufficient for adequate support, I refer my clients to experts in the field.
I do not judge my clients, but rather ask questions that might reveal new perspectives.
I am respectful and appreciative.
Our meetings take place at eye level, i.e. both parties accept equality during the session.
I maintain strict confidentiality during and after treatment.
My goal is the well-being of my clients.
I take a critical look at my work and continuously educate myself further to improve my level of skills and professional competence by undertaking formal trainings and being attentive of continuing or new research and developments in the field.