I regularly offer supervision (case, individual and team supervision), mainly in group settings. Further information can be found under "Dates" or under "Methodology".
Therapy and Constellation work
My therapeutic approach is based on the foundations of humanistic psychology, which I combine with trauma-therapeutic and psychodynamic principles. On this theoretical background I also offer constellation work (constellation of the intention).
I teach classical, eight-step yoga according to Patañjali. In addition to āsanas (postures), this places at least as much importance on working with breath, the body and our consciousness.
Thich Nhat Hanh's mindfulness work helps us to live a more conscious life and to achieve a deep contact between ourselves, our body and our fellow human beings. It complements very well with yoga and therapeutic work.
In my youth, I actually planned to start a fashion label and become a musician.
For this purpose, I put together my own curriculum for an individual bachelor's degree program at
the University of Vienna and the University of Applied Arts, which I studied at more than seven different faculties.
However, as I became more aware of the importance of (sub)conscious dynamics and psychological connections,
my focus changed and in 2009 I began my Master's studies at the Unit for Peace Studies and Conflict Transformation
at the University of Innsbruck with a focus on humanistic psychology. Afterwards, I spent some time in India, where
I lived with the family of my yoga teacher Srikumar in the south of India and learned yoga.
After returning to Germany, I completed a three-year yoga therapy training with Sriram as well as training in trauma therapy. In order to productively combine my newly gained knowledge and to work on the further development of therapeutic methods, I founded an own research group and continued my research at the Chair of Applied Consciousness Sciences at the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at the University Clinics Regensburg.
In order to continue working on my projects as freely as possible, my independent work became more and more important over time. I completed my training as a supervisor at the Institute for Psychotherapy and Supervision in Munich and now work mainly as a supervisor, therapist and yoga teacher in Munich. I am married to the psychologist Nora Wiltsche.
In our work with people, we repeatedly encounter situations
that can challenge us. It is not always possible to remain clear in these situations and to
#make correspondingly clear decisions.
Supervision helps us to reflect on relationship dynamics, to recognize our own entanglements and to look at our own role in the therapist-client relationship from a new perspective.
This seminar is aimed at all people in therapeutic and counseling professions, such as psyhotherapists, social pedagogues or teachers, but also at entrepreneurs or self-employed people who want to take a closer look at a specific case or at the relationship dynamics in their team in general.
About the method: In this seminar we mainly work with the constellation work method, which has already proven itself well for supervision. Alternatively, depending on the case dynamics, other methods can be used as well.
Participation is possible both as a supervisee and as a participant.
Next dates: 26.10.21, 14.12.21, 25.1.22 and 15.3.22 from 9.00h onwards
Place: Amalienstraße 71, 80799 München
Yoga group in Munich
The Yoga group takes place on Wednesday, 20h in Munich, Amalienstraße 41.
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