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Coaching approach

What's the benefit of a coaching?

Sometimes we can't see the forest for the trees. We get stuck, circle around a problem or are burdened by an issue without being able to name or identify it exactly.

Coaching can help to “clean up” and analyze professional or private issues.  It is often the “view from outside” and the reflection questions in coaching that enable us to change our perspective, understand the problem better and, on this basis, develop effective solutions or implement changes.

The four pillars of my coaching approach


My coaching is scientifically based. I rely on recognized psychological concepts and theories as well as empirical findings.


Human problems cannot be solved at the push of a button. In order to sustainably improve situations and achieve long-term changes, we need to include many factors instead of looking at issues in isolation (systemic approach). 


If you don't know where you're going, you'll never get there. That's why my coaching focuses on the goal or solution, allowing you to make the best possible use of all your resources.


Every person is an expert for themselves - that's why I don't give solutions, but rather accompany and support you in finding solutions (e.g. through questions, reflection, feedback and, if necessary, impulses).

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