Authentic happiness is based on life with meaning,
positive relationships and connection to the wholeness of life.
Do you feel it? Do you live it?
As a personal and group coach and happiness researcher,
I am here to support your transition.
I can support you in finding your “authentic happiness” at work and beyond. This does not mean that you must force yourself to “feel positive” or need to exclude anything from your current experiences. Rather, I can help you connect with your desire for a meaningful life and for supportive, positive relationships. I am here to help as you take the necessary steps and make the essential adjustments.
In relationships, we can be hurt, but we can also be healed. My goal is to support the “healing in the meeting”. My assumption is that there is a “self-healing force” within each member of a family and within the family as a whole, and that this can be mobilized during the consultation. The focus of our work together is your personal concerns and needs. I advise and accompany you in bringing about your goals and desired changes.
The quickest way to solve a problem is often through group work. As group leader, I find that the security and acceptance one finds in a group assists in the spontaneity of meetings, joy and creative freedom. “Experience instead of being stuck in the mind” – in addition to intellectual deliberation, I emphasize the importance of action, where situations, experiences and visions can actually be experienced and lived through.
“I think back with some wistfulness to those Saturdays, which felt like warm, balmy days to me. I very much miss the state of being we shared together: stepping out from the daily routine and supporting each other without self-interest. It is about a year ago that we were in that somewhat strange house. I wonder if I thanked you for accompanying me since that day in my pregnancy, in my maturation as a mother, and for taking care of me.”
“Many thanks for the wonderful evening, the open, sincere and deep presence and the many laughs.”