I am French and American, originally trained in the hospitality industry and most of my professional experience has been in project management in said hospitality industry, in universities and in social entrepreneurship. I discovered Positive Psychology in 2013 and later Gestalt-therapy. Their humanist origins and roots have motivated me to resume my studies to accompany individuals and organizations today to be a practitioner in Positive Psychology, and since December 2020 practitioner in Gestalt therapy. I am still on my journey to be a Gestalt therapist.
My training courses
Gestalt-therapist 2020 - 2023
certification course at the Ecole Parisienne de Gestalt declared to the Rectorate of Paris as a Private Institution of Higher Education which includes advanced training in psychopathology (minimum 115h) and supervised practice.
Gestalt-practitioner 2016 - 2020
certificate issued after 2 consecutive training cycles ranging from 4 to 6 years including theoretical and practical with permanent work on oneself to appropriate a Gestalt posture.
Practitioner in Positive Psychology 2016 - 2018
Master 2 in Research in Applied Positive Psychology, Cambridge (UK) - 1200h of training
Gottman Practitioner 2020
on going training at the Gottman Institute. 4 cycles in methods mainly based on Positive Psychology and applied to couple therapy.
Parent Workshop Facilitator 2016
Initial Training 2001 - 2020
IMHI-Cornell-ESSEC (MBA in International Hotel Management) with over 15 years of experience in companies, universities, associations and entrepreneurship.
My personal ethics and professional ethical standards
Supervision*, personal therapy and continuous training: the essential foundation
=> Supervised in Gestalt-Therapy every 15 days
=> Supervised in Positive Psychology every 15 days
=> 13 years of personal therapy
=> Several in-depth training courses per year
Signatory to Codes of Ethics
=> the Société Française de Gestalt
=> whose 4 pillars are:
1. Respect and promote the autonomy of the person consulting.
2. Respect the confidentiality of comments exchanged.
3. Develop the practitioner’s skills through initial training (including psychopathology), personal therapy, professional practice (supervision) and continuous training.
4. Network to guide individuals who may require additional follow-up council, including medical follow-up.
Member of professional institutions:
*: Supervision is overseeing and accompaniment of a therapist by an experienced professional who has a clear and thorough comprehension of his profession. The supervisor’s assistance can be advice observation, a theoretical contribution, an explanation, and/or a fine and in-depth analysis of the situation. Confidentiality is respected at all times.
2010 - present
2010 - present