I am studying a four-year course in solution focussed coaching at the the Korzibksy Institute. Prior to that, I studied anthropology and I hold a PhD in Human Geography in London. I have worked for many years in different countries such as Nepal, Romania, Nicaragua and El Salvador. I then moved to Brussels and am now living with my son of eight in Leuven. I currently work part-time as a coach and teacher at the University College Leuven-Limburg. I give lectures and workshops on courage, authenticity, freedom and the transforming capacities of female energy.
Wherever I go and whatever I do, I am mostly touched by people and their stories. Stories about the little everyday things in life of immense joy and unbearable sorrow and about universal human experiences of love, resilience, loss and death. My way of working and coaching is strongly influenced by my experiences with different groups of people in different countries and cultures. Since 2006 meditation – vipassana en tantra – has been central to my life. It has thought me about the wisdom of the body and the power of imagination. I also fully integrate this in my work