• About

  • Making value-based choices is at the core of each assignment. Here are the values which guide my own practice:
    • Respect: I’m a strong advocate of inclusiveness. I believe people can only develop and function well when their needs and self-expression are recognised as unique and are valued.  All assignments I have integrate and enhance the benefits of diversity. 
    • Ethics: I keep up to date with the latest research and I maintain a strong commitment to on-going professional development as well as regular supervision. I abide by both codes of conduct of European Mentoring Coaching Council (Global Code of Ethics) and Société Luxembourgeoise de Psychologie (SLP code).
    • Compassion: Adopting a compassionate stance involves processes such as awareness, acceptance, kindness and relating to others. Self-compassion gives us the capacity to look at ourselves with honesty without being harsh on ourselves.
    • Authenticity: Being authentic is not about saying everything on our mind but it is about having the courage to disclose information that will be useful for the work/the relation/the individual/the Organisation. Authenticity is linked to honesty, loyalty, trust and openness.
  • Evidence-based methods are combined in a multi-level perspective: cognitive, behavioral, unconscious / centric & systemic. They exploit self-observation processes and reflective learning as cornerstones for self-development. They provide support to get clarity on systemic issues and values to make relevant choices.
    • Cognitive and behavioural coaching (CBC)

    CBC integrates several approaches: behavioural, cognitive, emotional, social & problem solving.  It supports individuals in gaining perspective to issues to be able to find new appropriate solutions to achieve their goals. 

    • Acceptance & Commitment Training (ACT)

    ACT invites us to stay attuned to what we really want to stand for in life. This approach provides methods and tools to lead a value-based life even in the presence of personal obstacles such as limiting thoughts and difficult feelings or memories. To reach this aim of developing psychological flexibility, it combines values exploration, mindfulness, self-observation processes and experiential exercises. Research has shown ACT to be effective for reducing work stress and improving resilience, productivity and innovation.   

    • Systemic coaching

    A systemic approach focuses on the systems in which the team or the coachees belong.  With coaching constellations, individuals create a relational map representing the issue on which they want to get fresh insights.  Exploring this representation helps them to look at the system from a different perspective, understanding what causes stuckness and finding new paths of resolution.

    I am a certified practitioner in the use of psychometric instruments for leadership (360° feedback), personality, team, conflict and career.