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I am an Eduational Psychologist, graphic designer, collage artist and workshop facilitatorI studied 'Peace studies and Conflict Resolution' at The Nizhoni Institute under the great visionary teacher, Chris Griscom, in New Mexico. This amazing adventure lead me to explore the wisdom and social psychology of the Native Amerians through known shamanic teachers such as Michael Harner, Sandra Ingerman and Foster Perry - but also through local native shamans in New Mexico and California. 

I teach all levels of creative business storytelling. Enabling online entrepreneurs to create and expand a sustainable business for an international and multi-cultural audience. My expertise is vast and complex as it includes everything from: coaching, teaching, graphic design, blog marketing, creative storytelling, all the tech and how-to as well as creativity and psychology. 


I am, as you might have guessed, a cultural gypsy. I grew up in Scandinavia, went to High School and college in the US (yes, I'm a proud Kansas girl), studied the 'Reggia Emilia Art Method' in Florence, Italy and called Thailand home for a while too. However, the beautiful Australia is my home. I feel very lucky because I grew up in such a cultural complex way, that I became connected to a whole tapestry of cultures and artistic storytelling. I am indeed a product of all these beautiful cultures and the generousity of their love, wisdom and friendship. If you show up as a friend, you will realise that the whole world is your friend. And to me, strangers are just friends I haven't met yet.

My first book The Hidden Camino: A spiritual journey into the heart of the pilgrimage, where nothing is as it first seems was featured at the Byron Bay Writers Festival and went on to become a bestseller. I reseached women's position in European history between the mid 1990's and 2019 through the eyes of narrative psychology and Socal Constructionism. My research was based to extensive travelling off the beaten track across Europe. You can learn more about my book and research hereThe Hidden Camino opened the door into my highly popular and loved blog about herstory. You can still read a collection it here.


To me, creative and soulful explorative storytelling is essential for our collective human journey forward. The essence of my work is helping people find their connected, empowered voice and give them the tools they need, to be able to create inspiring, complex and educative conversations that creates positive change around the world today, and in the future.

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