Goal- and solution-oriented

  • in the professional field
  • in the field of health and nutrition
  • in the personal social environment

Attention training in terms of one`s own strengths. Where do we use our skills and where else could we use them?

If thinking alone could solve problems, would we have any?

The head thinks, but who or what steers in us?

We often only notice that something is not right, and we do not want to continue like this, when a condition or unwanted behaviour has a strong physical and psychological impact on us and our accustomed quality of life suffers.

At this point, looking and feeling on the current overall situation is a helpful module. By doing so, we can create space, distance and size for all topics and people, who are accompanying us. This may not solve the problem yet. However, when it no longer occupies the almost sole space in our thinking and feeling, but we also perceive again everything that enriches and sustains us in our life, the problem no longer blocks our view of our goals.

Figuratively speaking, it is like walking along a narrow path and encountering an obstacle, perhaps a big stone or a fallen tree. You will probably be looking for a way around the obstacle, or a way to get over it, or maybe down through. Getting the obstacle out of the way or even eliminating it is usually neither possible or necessary. However, to continue on one`s own path, to have a clear view forward again, to have the desired goal back in focus, that is possible and that brings us forward.

Engaging yourself in this way is an exciting inner exploration journey that can make us more aware of our potentials and our strengths. When the head and the belly are in balance, the probability is many times higher, that the aspired goals will be pursued and also achieved. If our needs are considered on all levels involved, our entire organism bears the decision made and is a reliable partner on the way to the goal. Our goals are the greatest danger of our problems.

I look forward to working with you, to strengthen your strengths and to develop the solutions and goals, that are unique, authentic and individual.


As an NLP master I use methods such as:

  • Classical, sense-specific anchoring of resources and competences
  • Working with ground anchors in a systemic context
  • Reframing
  • Modelling
  • Single and multiple dissociation
  • Work with internal parts
  • Conflict-Resolution Models
  • Time-Line models
  • Social Panorama

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