How (methods and techniques)
I hold a deep-rooted belief that every human is capable of being his or her own instrument and therefore intrinsically holds all the own answers needed for development and healing. As humans, we share a common ability to see, experience and perceive things in many different ways; we also share that each and every one of us has a ‘blind spot’ and a view on things that is the product of the personal filters through which we view them. In addition to being a sounding board and mirror to my clients, I find it useful to use certain approaches, techniques and/or instruments to facilitate the process of exploration and experimentation.
These techniques and instruments offer no solutions or answers in and of themselves. They can however, contribute to increasing awareness and understanding of the self thereby leading to new insights, a broader perspectives or a different focus. These in turn may offer alternative routes past and beyond old behavioural patterns and obstructing beliefs to new choices and decisions.
I employ and draw on these various methods and techniques not only in personal counselling work but also when dealing with organisational issues and in projects:
Whenever the need of the client of organisation can be served more optimally by employing other instruments, I use the following as needed or upon request: