A little about me. 

I was born and raised in Switzerland and earned my first psychology degree at the University of Zurich in 1984. During that time, I began my training with Dr. Arnold Mindell, the founder of Process Work. I became a founding member of the first Process Work Center where I had the opportunity to teach and contribute to the research and development of Process Work.

In 1990 I earned my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Union Institute and moved to the United States with a group of colleagues to open the Process Work Institute of Portland.

Today I am a licensed psychologist, working in private practice, serving as faculty at the Process Work Institute, and teaching Process Work throughout the world.

Though I still have strong roots in Switzerland, I am in love with Oregon, its natural beauty, its earthy spirit, and the quirkiness of its people.

Individual Psychotherapy

Couples Counseling

Family Therapy

Professional Supervision