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Advice and coaching

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Counseling differs from therapy in that there is no need to be mentally ill. Individuals can seek advice in difficult life situations or if they wish to change their private or professional environment, couples in conflict situations, parents with educational issues.


My basic attitude is that you, as an independent person, determine in which direction you want to develop. I see it as my job to offer a protected framework in which you can pause to develop and try out new ideas. I will be happy to support you in clarifying your problem, give feedback on request, offer tools for developing new perspectives and help you to make optimal use of your resources and strengths.


Working well with others is often the key to professional success. At the same time, it represents a protective factor for the successful balance between professional and private requirements. I would be happy to support you in your further development as a manager or employee.

About neurofeedback

Why does neurofeedback work?


Neurofeedback uses the brain's ability to change itself through a process known as neuroplasticity. It uses the same learning process that happens every time we acquire a new skill. The brain learns by making connections between nerve cells and using important pathways that connect different parts of the brain. The more you use these avenues, the better the brain can do the task at hand. In psychology, this type of learning is called “operant conditioning”. It is a way of learning where reactions are controlled by their consequences. Quite simply, Neurofeedback provides the perfect learning environment as it facilitates awareness of when the brain is producing healthier brainwave patterns, amplifies positive change, and offers multiple exercise options during a training session.

How is neurofeedback performed?


Sensors are attached to the head and ears to record brain wave activity. High-tech devices amplify the electrical impulses and break them down into the four important frequency bands. Using sophisticated computer software, a tailor-made protocol is developed that addresses the individual needs of each individual. During the session, the neurofeedback clinician sees the raw EEG signal as well as the selected frequency bands. The exercises can be done with your eyes open or closed. The customer watches a video or plays a game with their eyes open. The video fades in and out depending on whether the brain is increasing what it wants or not.

What conditions and why does neurofeedback help so many different people?

Many disorders are caused by poorly functioning patterns in the brain. After extensive research has shown that the brain can restructure itself and learn more adaptive patterns at any age, the likelihood of symptom improvement becomes much more understandable. Neurofeedback actually alters imbalances and changes brain pathways and does not target specific disorders. This amazing ability of the brain is particularly noticeable in the case of traumatic brain injuries (TBI), strokes or other physical trauma to the brain. Regardless of whether certain areas of the brain are overactive or underactive, neurofeedback can stimulate the brain to self-regulate and ultimately create healthier brainwave patterns and change patterns of thinking and behavior.

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Understand your brain

Understand the symptoms that may be associated with certain brain wave imbalances.

Delta / theta imbalance

  • Cognitive impairment

  • Impulsiveness

  • Hyperactivity

  • Focus and attention problems

  • ADHD

  • Socially inappropriate

  • Easily distracted

  • Excessive speech

  • Disorganized

  • Hyperemotional

  • Traumatic brain injury

  • Dementia

  • Learning disabilities

  • Autism / Asperger's

Alpha imbalance

  • Depression

  • Victim mentality

  • Excessive self-care

  • Passive-aggressive

  • Irritability

  • Avoidance behavior

  • Rumination

  • Fury

  • Self-irony

  • Agitation

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Withdrawal behavior

Beta imbalance

  • Anxiety

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder

  • Migraine

  • Tension headache

  • Insomnia

  • Obsessive thinking

  • Excessive rationalization

  • Bad emotional confidence

  • Panic attacks

  • Worries

  • Chronic pain

  • Hyper-vigilant

  • Not in the mood for change

  • Restless

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