Supervision _EN

How can tasks be completed with enthusiasm,

encourage people to find their own solutions

and how to live one’s own personality within a team?

I offer a space for all your concerns, different perspectives, feelings and expectations.
It is important to me that you

  • feel safe and in good hands
  • want to look at your work processes with joy and pleasure,
  • be able to resolve conflicts constructively,
  • discover new resources
  • broaden your view
  • change your perspective from time to time
  • and find new ways to expand your own room for manoeuvre.

I will be happy to work with you to find out which methods are helpful for you.

Systemic methods can be combined with holistic methods, which can be felt with all the senses and leave a lasting impression.

At the table
Systemic methods are guided, resource- and process-orientated conversations,
This can be enriched with various methods: e.g. the reflective team, goal framing, genogram, visualisation, finding metaphors about feelings, stories or images

The room
Change of perspective via the tetra lemma, sculpture or constellation work, sociogram …
Body and breathing techniques help us to pause and promote our awareness of our own attitude

I work with individuals, teams or institutions in individual supervision, team supervision or group supervision.

Time frame and costs
Individual agreement on the organisation (time frame, location) and costs.

Please enquire at contact


  • In a professional context, individual supervision offers, self-reflection, to discover new resources and to expand your own room for manoeuvre.
  • In team supervision, all those involved in a team are addressed. I offer a protected framework in which different perspectives, feelings and expectations can be heard, feelings and expectations are heard and have their justification.
  • Group supervision often brings together people from different work contexts who are pursuing a similar goal or topic.
    The viewpoint of strangers often opens up new opportunities to adopt and accept different and new perspectives.
    The emotional distance creates a space to address some things that seem more difficult to name in a familiar context.
  • Case supervision can be used in all three of these settings. Case supervision relates to the family, the child or the group I am working with.