Discover and connect to your authentic self

NARM Practitioner – Trauma Informed – Systemic Work

support for feeling connected and alive

As a trauma-informed NARM practitioner and systemic therapist, I guide people to create positive change and live meaningful, connected lives.

I give (online) sessions in Dutch and English.

My specialty is NARM, a therapeutic approach that helps clients transform ingrained patterns. By unraveling the past’s grip, together we create a judgment-free space to gain insights, heal, and take steps toward the life you envision.

Your challenge…

  • Expressing Your Needs
  • Connecting With Your Emotions
  • Self-Criticism
  • Pushing Yourself

Your longing…

  • Feeling your emotions
  • Being in the body
  • Feeling connected with others
  • Expressing your creativity and needs

Trauma informed developmental
NARM sessions

Become a healthier and more integrated human being

We all want to grow as human beings. By integrating our past into our present and growing out of the patterns that keep us stuck, we improve our mental health and relationship dynamics.

Uncovering the behaviours and mindsets that keep you stuck can be difficult to process alone, your journey towards self discovery and actualisation can be helped with professional consulting where I can provide a safe space to explore your dilemmas.

What is NARM?

NARM, a contemporary trauma therapy, addresses unprocessed emotions manifested in our thoughts, behaviors, and physical sensations. It acknowledges how unmet childhood needs (such as connection, safety, love, autonomy) disrupt our development, impacting our relationships, health, and sense of self.

Rather than revisiting the past, NARM focuses on present disruptions that hinder our genuine desires. It enhances our ability to function cohesively, cultivates an organized self-identity, and reestablishes our capability to consistently cater to our needs and aspirations.

What is Systemic Work?

Systemic therapy works with an awareness of the dynamics held in relational systems helping to shift our roles and identities that keep us stuck within them.

Systemic therapy views individuals as components of larger systems like family or workplaces, considering their behaviors, decisions, and challenges in this context. It helps people recognize how their environment shapes their actions and thinking, and how they impact the system in return. Techniques include analyzing roles and relationships within the system, identifying systemic patterns and issues, and facilitating change through altered perspectives and behaviors.