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2017 I moved to Boulder, Colorado to follow my passion at Naropa University to integrate Eastern and Western wisdom - Buddhism and psychotherapy.

I am a graduate psychologist (University of Zurich, Switzerland) and a trained clinical mental health counselor with a focus on contemplative psychotherapy and Buddhist psychology (Naropa University, Colorado, USA).


I currently practice in person in Davos and Zurich and virtually worldwide.

Degrees and Trainings
  • Master in Psychology with a focus on motivation, University of Zurich, Switzerland (2012)

  • Master in contemplative psychotherapy and Buddhist psychology, Naropa University, Colorado, USA (2020)

  • Bachelor in Psychology, Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand (2009)

  • DBT - Dialectical and Behavioral Therapy

  • MI - Motivational Interviewing

  • ACT - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

  • ASSIST - Suicide Prevention Training

  • Mental First Aid 

  • Safe Talk

  • Trauma Sensitive Yoga

  • Polyvagal Therapy

Ongoing Trainings

  • Trauma Therapy (Van der Kolk)

  • Somatic Experiencing (Peter Levin)

  • Internal Family System - IFS (Schwarzer)

  • Polyvagal Therapy (Steven Porges)

  • Mindfulness therapy

  • Compassion approached Therapy (Compassion)

  • Feeding Your Demons (Tsültrim Alione)


I work in German and English.

Therapy sessions can take place online or in person and last 50-60 minutes.