I like people. I like meeting new people and being in good company. That’s why I studied psychology. During my studies, I was able to familiarize myself theoretically and during my internship with solution- and resource-oriented counselling according to De Shazer et al. and have internalized this positive image of humanity.
As I am not only interested in the psyche, but also in the functioning of the body and dealing with disabilities, I worked for 11 years as a vocational and integration consultant at the IV office in Fribourg. In this context, I completed a postgraduate course to become a career and study counselor.
In 2013, as my desire grew to be able to support people more individually and intensively than is possible as an IV consultant, I decided to set up my own business. In order to be able to support you even better, I have undergone further training in areas such as solution and resource-oriented coaching, hypnosis, provocative approaches and mindfulness.
In addition to individual coaching, I have increasingly discovered my passion for working with groups and implement this in the form of workshops, team coaching and supervision.
I have also been working as a palliative psychologist at Diaconis Palliative Care on a small part-time basis since 2022.