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About me


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 topics 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

Why do I call myself a world woman?

I was born in Leimen in 1978, grew up in Göttingen, and studied and graduated in psychology at the University of Trier. Having previously only traveled, I gained my first experience of living abroad as part of an AIESEC internship with street children in India. Since 2008 I have lived in different countries and cultures (Egypt, Indonesia, the Caribbean, Maldives, and the Netherlands) and have chosen Asia as my new home together with my husband.

So I'm familiar with life abroad, with all the challenges that new places, countries, and cultures bring with them, the question of going or staying, the homesickness of not feeling completely at home in one's own country, the search for a meaningful life and what happiness actually means, the farewells and new beginnings, the search for good local friends and living between the worlds and thus being a woman of the world.

My professional path

Before I started working as a freelance psychologist, systemic therapist, and parent coach, I worked with children, adolescents, and (young) adults in youth welfare, in a rehabilitation clinic for children and adolescents, and in traffic therapy. The most diverse areas of individual, couple, and family settings and the most diverse disruption and problem areas were my fields of work.

In addition, I am a trained diving and yoga teacher and incorporate these training courses into my work as a fusion (e.g. in stress management seminars). I have several years of professional experience in tourism, including as a manager of a yoga hotel. Working and living in an intercultural context and dealing with work-intensive professions and high-stress levels are more than familiar to me.

My "both and" solution

In the last few years I have worked full-time in youth welfare in Germany, in addition to my part-time self-employment as an online psychologist abroad (Location Independent Psychologist). That I can work and live wherever I want means the world to me! But my home base stays in Germany, and that's also where I am registered.

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