Well grounded experienced knowledge offered in a unique way

It is one of the characterics of pioneering approaches that the actual possibilities of language alone is often not sufficient to transmit the inherent potential of it. It wants to be experienced, practiced, and explored!

The main pillars of my work

One of the main characteristics of my work is experience-based learning. I try to minimize theoretical inputs to a limit that is really necessary for understanding what we are doing in a specific workshop or training. Rather I prefer to take participants right into the experience itself. This allows students to generate their own insights while already doing "the thing". It means active partizipation in a shared learning-environment. I work with a whole range of methods that include body, mind and emotions and thus activate our life's energy to break through an often over-intellectualized mode of being.

The heart piece of my work is collective dialogue facilitation. The approach goes back to the quantum physicist David Bohm and was further developed at the MIT in Massachusetts. Bohm was highly inspired by the way how the most intact indigenous tribes on our planet still practice and access collective wisdom as an eye-level based way for the whole community to share what is at stake for them when facing certain challenges; share their insights, their fears, their needs and thus practice a setting that allows a certain action to evolve coherently. It is mainly Bohms merit that this already existent settings were further developed into a format that is accesible for westerners and allows highly individualized human beings to re-connect with a community-based spirit. Hence, what we do via collective dialogue facilitation is indeed creating something new. It is an up-to-date way of creating new formats where the individual meets the collective.

Theory U of Otto Scharmer highly influences all pillars of my work and can be classified as the more project-design and project-management oriented format that works with the underlying spirit of collective dialogue facilitation. In simile with what we practice there it promotes the need to dig deeper; listen, allow and observe first, before we design and finally take action. And it intends and encourages concrete, focused action from a certain point on; while in contrast collective dialogue processes can stand for themselves as well and must not necessarily include a call for action.

Conflict transformation is based on the work of peace research scientiest Johan Galtung. It is a need-based approach. Whenever basic human needs stay unmet over a longer period of time conflict is unavoidable. To thoroughly address the roots of conflicts it is necessary to include the three main levels conflicts are based on and rooted in: the deep-cultural setting, the deep-systemic setting and the ways how individuals are embedded in and act inside this environment. It addresses collective trauma and all the hero- and victim-stories that derive from it and further play into new conflictive situations. The basic assumption is that the energy of a conflict itself carries in it already the power to transform a conflict into a situation that generates well-being on the base of mutually respecting and acknowleding the basic human needs of all parties involved in a conflict. It highly encourages all parties involved to create a shared outcome that goes far beyond compromise, but generates something new; something that is of high value for all sides involved in a conflictive situation.

Trauma integration is a somehow logical additional pillar of my work. As long as we are unaware how trauma functions collectively and individually it will constantly fall on our feet without us even understanding, what is really happening there. Trauma, as long as it operates on the unconscious or subconcious level, has the power to generate outcomes that no one really wants or it prevents focused action for a desired outcome even right from the beginning. The main focus in trauma integration work aims to make accessible and letting surface the subtle energies that are at work when trauma plays into a specific situation. This rarly happens naturally, for the very nature of trauma tries to avoid exactly that. Nevertheless, as long as we don't start to embrace these processes, our traumatized past significantly influences our present moment and thereby the outcome of any action. In short, the well-integrated part of any individual or collective entity intends to manifest a certain outcome, while the still unintegrated trauma-pattern carries on sabotage. It is a state of significant incoherence. In making accessible splitt-off energies anew, more coherent ways of action become available.

       General principals of my work


  • My work is based on mutual respect and appreciation.


  • The way how we appear in any given moment is the best version of ourselves and whatever develops from there is the best outcome possible for now - one moment at a time.


  • I provide space and presence for mutual trust, openness and intimacy to become important ingredients of each process.


  • Each process can only be as successful as each participant takes active self-responsibility for it. Thus I invite and encourage participants and students to find this point of self-accountable action inside themselves.


  • I'm serious in the work I am doing and I have a good sense of humour - I invite playfulness to be an underlying part of the work.



I intend to establish joint ventures and cooperations with organisations on the base of similar interests, similar intentions, and a similar mission. I honour what each of us has to give and strive for best synergic effects in our joint ventures and cooperations.


Each and every Organisation, group and project is unique and shows up in its very own Characteristic way. Being both, systematically educated and very well equipped with intuition and sensitivity for subtleties I adjust my schedules for the best outcome in each specific setting.