Over the past 20 years, I have primarily made my psychological knowledge available to companies and their executives as a coach, consultant and executive trainer. After my son received the diagnosis “early childhood autism” at the age of 2, life has “trained” me again in a completely different dimension in recent years. Due to this very impressive experience, it is very important to me to offer my professional knowledge and experience as a coach to parents in comparable worlds of experience.
Stabilize and strengthen parents in the long run!
The own life and that of the family is after a diagnosis that the own child is handicapped or chronically ill, no longer what it was before. Parents who have a handicapped child fall into a deep hole, grieve and urgently need support. To the outside, many of them give the strong mummy and the strong daddy, because weakness shows in the face of the child’s needs, which most do not admit to themselves. Fighting, persevering, gritting teeth, that is the slogan for many. I would like to help you out of this vicious circle and support and strengthen you as parents. You deserve it and your child now needs strong and healthy parents.
Strong parents – strong children – When suddenly everything is different – Parents need support too!
All parents know that parenthood can be beautiful and joyful, but also very strenuous. Raising healthy children is already a big challenge. However, if the child is chronically ill or has a disability, the challenges are many times greater and the entire family system can be shaken.
The whole energy of the parents is of course initially directed at the child to be promoted. Visits to the doctor, therapy sessions, conversations, worries and fears about the future accompany the actually jaunty first years of a young family.
- What can I do,
- what we mustn’t miss,
- How can the child be optimally promoted,
- what are the child’s needs,
all these are the questions that fathers and mothers often deal with alone or together day and night.
The partnership, siblings and, of course, one’s own needs usually take a back seat.
As the mother of a strongly affected autistic child, I would like to make my knowledge and experience available to you and advise and strengthen you in your role as the mother or father of a handicapped child. This is not about educational counselling and/or classical parent coaching. I would like to rediscover the individual behind your parenthood together with you and bring out their strengths.
It goes without saying that the development of the child should not be neglected, but who will take care of you and your emotional needs? I would like to close this gap with my offer. YOU are important and in my focus. It is about remaining stable in the long term, knowing and learning to use one’s own strengths and resources in order to be able to meet the special challenges of parenthood. So that you have the strength and energy to support not only your child, but also yourself.