"This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man."


There is nothing more rewarding than working on yourself.

When life hurts, when a vague discontent makes everyday life seem dull and heavy, when the sky seems too close and too dark even in summer, when the mental dress feels too tight, when growth is indicated, but it does not really want to set in, then it is it's time to take a deep breath and ask for help.



I am an experienced coach and state-certified alternative practitioner for psychotherapy, trained systemic family constellation practitionner according to Bert Hellinger, pofessor in teachers' training, state-certified actress, dancer, singer, performer, and am currently writing my master's thesis in "Religion and Culture" at Humboldt University.


I have suffered from grave anorexia and bulimia for years in my adolescence and young adulthood, have recovered and have been working with people with eating disorders to help them heal and recover for many years. I offer the healing weekend group that I would have liked when I started my recovery: a group in which those affected who have lost hope of healing can regain hope of healing and regaining and reclaiming their power.


Due to my own experience as an addict, my trauma in my own dysfunctional family, and the healing of my own family system, my passion for the well-being of parents and children, and at the same time for solving educational conflicts, is at the core of my work with families. I councel parents, children and adolescents on exploring their authentic self. My work with families is based on the image of the child by Emmi Pikler and Jesper Juul.


I am the mother two young adult sons. For several years I was a single parent until I remarried and came to a delightfully imperfect patchwork family.


In my work, I draw on a wealth of experience and methods, both from acting, dancing and movement, as well as systemic constellation work, Jungian depth psychology and spirituality, and practical parenting according to the knowledge of modern educational research.


To Step into the Light / To Make Mistakes / To Take One's Own Life


To Step into the Light

When the relationship with food hurts.

This ongoing monthly Healing Group is about breaking the seal of silence and shame around your relationship with food. It will support you on your healing path and will help you

develop courage and confidence.


Free yourself from the bondage of addiction, and claim your power.

We look at the symptom as the source of our strength and begin to pay attention to our dreams and visions.


To Make Mistakes

Topics: sleep issues/ tantrums/ crying and screaming/ "strong-willed" children/ undesirable or disturbing behavior/ not listening/ discipline and boundaries/ picky eaters/ sibling rivalry/ challenges with school or homework/ anxiety/ teenagers who engage in risky behavior/ making mistakes/ being a good mother/ being a good father


To Take One's Own Life

There is nothing more rewarding than working on yourself.


When life hurts, when a vague discontent makes life seem dull, when you want to grow but no longer know how, then it is time to take a deep breath and ask for help.




Individual coaching, couple coaching, coaching for young people, acting and dance workshops for everyone.

Fehler machen

“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does”

William James

+49 176 2394 7640

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