The Viennese physician and psychologist Viktor Frankl (1905-1997) is considered the founder of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis as well as the Third Viennese School of Psychotherapy (after Freud and Adler).
He says, "Meaning cannot be given, but must be found.“ ( Viktor Frankl, Das Leiden am sinnlosen Leben, 1977)
If a person doesn‘t succeed in this, they can easily fall victim to an "existential frustration“, which becomes a dangerous breeding ground for mental disorders of all kinds, such as neuroses, depression, crime or addiction.
However, the reverse is also true: by regaining inner meaning, a broad-based mental recovery is possible. And this is exactly the healing goal to which Logotherapy aims to lead to.

I am here to help you rediscover your inner meaning and to develop steps to live it.

"It never, ever matters what we expect from life, only what life expects from us“

(Viktor Frankl)

"You can't teach a person anything.
You can only help them discover it within themselves.“

(Galileo Galilei)


As a coach, I focus on your current situation, encouraging your willingness to make changes so that you get to where you want to be in the future.

You choose the focus of the conversation for each coaching session, while I, as your coach, listen intensively and assist you with observations, questions and interventions.

These interactions lead you to comprehensive clarity and action.

I work primarily with the ACC model ie Awareness-Clarity-Choice.


Consulting has evolved from an everyday, helping social interaction that has always been practiced to a professional form of action, both in the form of advice and in the form of counselling. It is increasingly in demand due to an increasingly complex and networked world and the loss of traditional support systems (family, friends, partners . . . ).
I am happy to support you in developing new perspectives for crisis management, personal development, in social conflicts . . . and in developing possibilities for change and solutions.
Very often, concrete goals can be achieved in a few conversations - in other cases, it may be useful to engage in a longer-lasting process of change.

"You have to set the sails into the infinite wind, only then we will feel the speed we are capable of.“

(Alfred Delp)