I started out in various functions in the field of youth welfare, mainly in counselling, later for several years as a manager in the youth welfare office and part-time as a supervisor. I am enthusiastic about advising people and understanding structures. So I was driven into training such as perpetrator-victim mediation, NLP, leadership and change management. In the area of probation assistance, I have been advising and accompanying people “with heart and soul” in their development into an independent “normal” life for several years.
Since 2005 I have been intensively involved with Ego Development, inspired by contacts with Susanne Cook-Greuter and Otto Laske, certification in the Ego-Development-Profile™, many application workshops and, last but not least, my several years of scoring training. It always fascinates me how this perspective helps me to understand people more deeply in their formation of meaning, how they feel and act from it and how I can advise them better.