A B O U T M Y W O R K
one could say that the core questions that emerge in my work are the following:
1.2: what have you experienced in the past?
1.2: how do these experiences shape you today?
2.1: where are you now?
2.2: how are you doing?
2.3: what routines + habits do you have?
3.1: where do you want to go?
3.2: based on the work we do together, how does this path change over time?
a more simple way to describe my work could be:
i create spaces where the whole of your body gets to experience itself in ways that might be more difficult to access in other settings.
A B O U T M E
my work is shaped by my lived experience as
a 'gay man' (then) in london, new york, berlin
and rural queer collectives,
a nonbinary transwoman (now),
a neurodivergent -yet otherwise pre-disabled- person
a person who carries histories of abuse,
an uprooted iranian and a rerooting german
and my work shaped by movements that work towards liberation, communities i move with, and any person whose act of becoming visible allowed me to be myself, in return.
W H O I W O R K W I T H
i work in the realm of coaching. i am not a therapist.
this means i am here to help people improve their lives, rather than heal them.
i expect my clients to be on time and be ready to work.
in return you can trust that whenever i am present, i will be there
if you cancel within 24h before the session, i will charge 50% of the initial session fee.
F U T U R E P L A N S
1/ i would like to learn how to combine SE with psychedelic therapy, if legalised.
2/ i would like to expand my knowledge around how to combine SE with group work. part of this ongoing research can already be found in the group work i am offering.
3/ i would like to integrate SE in my art practice as a writer and performer.
4/ i would like to see the international student body being held by more queer+trans practitioners, disabled practitioners and practitioners of colour. i believe the current institution's understanding of trauma is great for some, but still restricts the healing practices of everybody involved as long a thorough analysis of systemic oppression is integrated into what we study and how we do it.