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Body-oriented methods for regulating emotions


Nov 2020

How can I perceive, absorb and calm emotions? Early experiences can put the body on constant alert. The body is also a key to regulating unpleasant emotions. In this online training you will receive instructions on body awareness and help to explore your 'inner child' - important steps to regulate emotions for ourselves and to make it tangible for others.

Do you really love me? - Attachment patterns and relationship


Jan 2021

Early attachment experiences can shape into adulthood. Children internalize the failure of their environment and relate it to themselves. As a result, they develop strategies to adapt to the lack they experience. The workshop gives insight into how we as adults can recognize our attachment patterns and the strategies behind them.
The aim is to expand one's own relationship skills and to experience one's own vitality. The workshop gives an insight into the NARM concept (neuroaffective relationship model) in order to discover buried vitality and to be able to develop contact with oneself, attunement, trust, autonomy, love and fulfilled sexuality.

Will You Really Love Me And Not Leave Me?
How to recognize and respond to Children's Attachment Needs to increase Inner Safety

We often misunderstand children's behaviour. We see a naughty child who doesn't want to listen or participate. We don't see the child's need behind the behaviors. Those who received support and love from their caregivers are likely to be secure in their attachment, while those who experienced inconsistency or negligence from their caregivers are likely to feel more anxiety surrounding their relationships.
This webinar will give an introduction how adults can recognize and respond to attachment needs and increase the child's inner safety, applying what we know about attachment in children, to the relationships we build and engage in, in their schools, institutions and communities. My approach reaches beyond the language barrier, is for building the child's inner safety, it includes an attuned 'being with', mindful perception of the body, the non-verbals and the willingness to react spontaneously, enriched by skills, knowledge and attitudes to intuitively know how to respond in a secure and safe way, thus building the child's inner safety.

Self Care is not selfish

Care for yourself, so you can care for others!

China, Kunming

since 2016

This highly practical training provides you with an understanding of your own heart through the CWF Circles, and develops your TASK (Transformation - Attitude, Skills, Task)
It addresses issues of Compassion Fatigue and Compassion Satisfaction, how to build your 'Pyramid of Support', and care for yourself wholistically.
It will equip you for personal growth, trust building, and safety in small groups

Working with traumatized people - dynamics, challenges, opportunities

Psychosocial Teams


Anyone who works with traumatized people is not spared their stress.

We get to know the dynamics of perpetrators, victims and rescuers, how we can recognize them and what helps us to deal with them consciously.


Pure self-experience - for all those who not only want to give, but also want to stay true to themselves


Arrive at yourself in your body

Discover emotions as a resource

Connect with your own heart

Heal internal injuries

Discover your own vitality with creative methods (dance, constellations, painting)

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