The first major education I received was through my life experience, in 10 years of small jobs in Switzerland and abroad after I dropped out of compulsory education.
After the evening “maturité fédérale” certificate and then university (in Switzerland and Canada), I became a vocational guidance counsellor (psychologist) and then a psychotherapist in the person-centred approach (Carl Rogers).
I owe my third major education to my couple.
I have chosen and love my profession because I am touched by the intensity and depth, the beauty, the authenticity and the search that can animate the human being.
I feel a deep connection with humans because I believe that we share similar questions, through different forms.
As a federally recognized psychologist-psychotherapist, I am reimbursed by most supplementary health insurance plans.