There is no one among us without a past. And ideally, we have not only experienced the positive and the negative. Ideally, we can remember the positive and the negative.
But sometimes it happens, that we don’t have a conscious memory of certain experiences. And sometimes such unconscious memories are memorized by our body and soul only. In this case, unconscious memories can turn into so-called triggers. These triggers can possibly lead to reactions contributing to interpersonal tensions.
What exactly is counseling or therapy? What does it mean, if you say “I’m getting help”? Does that mean something is wrong with me? Or does it much rather mean, when I choose counselling, I show the willingness to look at my own issues and work with them?
What does ‘looking at and integrating my own issues’ actually mean? It means to better be able to
- perceive upcoming reactions in advance
- place and understand feelings and upcoming reactions
- evaluate upcoming reactions in advance
- deciding freely, whether we behave like this today – or differently? Accordingly, meaning-oriented advice or counseling can be drawn on in the context one-on-one sessions.
Moreover, meaning-centered and value-oriented work based on writing your individual biography is proven to be potentially liberating and constructive for one’s own development.
Appropriate meaning-oriented counseling or therapy can be used in the context of individual discussions. The discussion within the context of meaningful and value-oriented biographical work has also shown itself to be liberating and goal-oriented.
As adults, we all know that life is no rose garden – neither professionally, nor in private life.
What apparenty not all of us know is the fact, that we can always wrest meaning from life – even in times of crisis and also after truly painful experiences, as well as during stressful times.
f you want to face life with more resilience, positive thinking and health, meaning-centered coaching may guide you on your personal journey. We are happy to support you in changing your perspective on certain professional or private aspects of daily living.
‘True love is the soul’s recognition of its counterpoint in another.” (quoting ‘John Ryan’ – Wedding Crashers)
And Viktor Frankl wrote: “Love sees the essence of the loved one. S/he who loves, recognizes in the loved one what s/he can be.”
With these two quotations everything is said for the moment.
But truth be told about everyday life, difficulties arise at some point. These difficulties are a part of life – just as sun and rain non-dismissably contribute to the survival of our planet. But when dealing with challenges, the question arises: How will things go on?
Ideally, couples who repeatedly experience tensions in their relationship, do not wait to work towards improved communication, until all either of them wants is merely a separation without marital war.
A value- and meaning-oriented relationship opens doors so that paths that have developed as parallel ones can be brought together again on a common path. We are happy to support you on this path.
In topic-specific (online) workshops, experiences and knowledge from the group can enable a change of perspective for the individual employees. In exchange with others and through individual reflection exercises, it can be possible to gain more clarity. Our services includes, amongst others, topics such as resilience, coping with stress through meaning in everyday life and value-oriented work and leadership.
WORKSHOPS (ONLINE AND IN PERSON)
Maybe you know such moments from yourself or from your employees. Sometimes we have the feeling that we are the only one to have difficulties with a certain topic or a special situation. (no, you’re not the only one experiencing the impostor-syndrome) What, for example, might contribute to being the greatest critic ourselves. Or what is it that makes it so difficult for us to see (let alone recognize) our own strengths? And what is it that prevents us from achieving our professional goals that we are striving for?
Ideally, we quickly recognize that we are not alone with the challenges of life and open ourselves up to other people – especially in a team.
But often enough we don’t dare to address our own difficulties or to confide in others. “It’s not that bad after all,” we may think and perhaps hope that the problem will vanish into thin air. Yet, at all times, choosing the opposite may guide us not only to solving the problem but to uncover awareness for our responsibility for our own life and design your everyday work with more meaning. Because more often than you think, other people are forced to face the same challenges.
If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Dr. Nina Bürklin directly via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
KEYNOTES AND TALKS
Sometimes it can happen that we simply don’t find the time in everyday life to delve deeper into topics that are new to us. Especially today, when companies and organizations are faced with a variety of challenges, an external impulse can bring valuable food for thought and new ideas.
The applied logotherapy & existential analysis according to Viktor Frankl offers answers to the big questions of this time, not least how to deal with existential crises, social change and global challenges such as climate change. What was founded a good 80 years ago provides highly topical impulses for today.
Feel free to contact Dr. Nina Bürklin via e-mail via email@example.com to discuss your questions and requests for an individual keynote or a talk.