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My Approach


World woman, world women, psychologist abroad, location independent therapist, location independent psychologist, AIESEC, expat, digital nomad, expatriate, traveler, couple problems, relationship problems, couple counseling, the question of going or staying?, intercultural life, psychological counseling abroad, parent coaching online, stress management and 5 minute solutions, time out, me time, help with burnout thoughts, boredom, boredom, homesickness, critical life events, online psychological counseling, online psychological counseling, midlife crisis 

Depression, depressed mood, fears, lack of self-esteem, professional problems, family counseling, family therapy, 

Couples, young people, adults, expats / expatriates, perpetual travelers, remote workers, business travelers and their families, my child is violent, suicidal thoughts, violence, suicidal thoughts, digital nomads, German emigrants, people working abroad and their families, what are my main areas of focus in of online advice?, ​Intercultural life, challenges as a cosmopolitan woman / cosmopolitan,, intercultural training, challenges of cross-cultural life, dealing with third culture kids, advice on the issues of challenges when emigrating and returning to the home country , Online counseling, online psychologist, online psychologist, ​Reactive and situational depressive mood, self-esteem problems and self-insecurity, couple counseling, communication between partners, desire to have children, communication with couples, communication with parents, desire to have children in the LGTBIQA* community, desire to have children as a couple , desire to have children as a single, psychological support with IVF and ICSI, stress management - 5-minute solutions, relaxation methods (autogenic training, progressive muscle relaxation, mindfulness training, yoga)​, ​Orientation nach. critical life events (birth, accident, death, separation...), transitions between stages of life, life crises, ie personal and work-related crises, crisis intervention,​problems at university/at school, family violence, violence in of the family, parental advice, online parental advice, spirituality, coming out - LTBQA*, desire to have children, rainbow family, traffic therapy - preparation for the MPU

"Two paths presented themselves to me, I went the one that was less entered. This changed my life!" - Robert Lee Frost.

Conventional psychological and psychotherapeutic approaches usually only provide explanations rather than solutions, draw attention to what cannot be changed, and encourage people to see themselves as victims of their childhood/biological or genetic predisposition/your family or oppression. Problems are thus experienced as unchangeable.


Systemic therapy is an independent psychotherapeutic procedure with a variety of methods and areas of application. Originally developed from family therapy, today it is applied in work with individuals, couples, families, and groups. It views the individual in the relational context of his or her environment and sees symptoms as an expression of certain relational patterns. Therapeutic interventions aim to make patterns clear, activate resources, and expand the participants' possibilities for action. 


Acceptance-Commitment-Therapy directs the view away from evaluations and more towards the values of the people. In this way, we can learn to deal with unchangeable conditions and uncertain outcomes of situations. And thereby perceive our life as fulfilling and worth living. It also helps us to recognize (new) ways to make our goals more achievable, or at least to shape their journey to them positively.


My work is characterized by an appreciative and resource-oriented attitude. People who come to me have often already gone a long way, in which they have already made several attempts to solve their problems.


With a lot of humor and positivity, I would like to invite you to find out together with me which solution strategies are the right ones for you and which resources are slumbering in you and only need to be brought to light.


Academic background:

  • Graduate psychologist (University of Trier)

  • Systemic individual and family therapist (IGST)

  • Parent coach according to Haim Omer (Koelner Institut,DGSF)

  • Yoga teacher 200h (WAY)

  • Diving instructor (PADI and SSI)


Main areas of work:

  • Issues of Intercultural Living as an Expat, Digital Nomad/In, Traveler

    • Partnership Issues,

    • The famous "Should I stay or should I go" question.

    • Life and challenges as a world woman

    • Parent coaching - especially for parents of teenagers

    • Stress management: training and 5-minute solutions

    • Burn Out and Bore Out

    • Depressive moods

    • Life transitions, midlife crisis or midlife orientation phase?

    • Identity issues: Finding Meaning and purpose, Professional problems, Problems in studies/school, 

    • Coming Out - LTBQA*

    • Self-esteem problems and self-insecurity

    • Violence in the family

  • And suddenly everything is different... Dealing with accidents and life-changing situations

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