"Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.” 

Sören Kierkegaard

Katrin Tjaden

"Katrin is a sensitive barometer, detects atmospheres and dynamics and knows how to put herself in someone else's shoes at all times. She likes human warmth and does not complicate her life. The latter is for her, moreover, an experiment and endless potential."
- Nora, coach et
long life friend

(studied international business | lived and traveled in many countries | coached in business | has a long experience in supporting parents who want to do things differently | meditates and hikes I helps clients grow personally and professionally | mother of three wonderful kids I is particularly interested in the subjects of relationship, empathy and creativity)

Initiation energy medicin by Dr. Alberto Violldo
Certified "Meditation facilitator for universal education by Dr. Gilda Darlas
Certified familylab trainer by Jesper Juul
Certified systemic coach by Prof. Peter Müller-Egloff, I.F.W. München, (Mitglied und Anerkennung beim DGSF, Dachverband für Systemische Familientherapie)
Certified clinic psychology ground course by Brigitte Lapeyronnie -Robine, ifgt Bordeaux
Initiation in gestalt therapy, Jean Marie Robine, ifgt Bordeaux
Master European Business School, ESC Bordeaux

Further education : non violent communication by Marshall Rosenberg et Schulz von Thun, active listening by Rogers, NLP, mind-body-approach for health by Nicole Le Moine, Yoga, Advaita Vedanta, meditation and spiritual teachings by Thich Nat Han, Tolle, Spira, Janssen....
Professionnal experiences : consultant HR, founder of a franco-german parent association, co-founder of several elementary schools for children with special needs, familylab trainer and supervisor, mediation trainer and supervisor for schools, coach 

The coach's deontology

 1 - Vision of the human being He believes in the dignity and integrity of each human being and is committed to promoting the capacities and resources specific to each person. He respects his clients, his needs, his requests and brings them unconditional constructive support. It helps them set motivating and fulfilling goals and give the best of themselves. It supports them in implementing the fastest and most effective means that will allow them to achieve their goals.
2 - Position with regard to the profession In his words and actions, he respects a duty of discretion when it comes to the profession and its various trends. He shows open-mindedness and respect for the diversity of conceptions existing in the field of support and accepts that no person or group can claim to have the truth in the matter.
3 - Competence He must have completed full professional training and have been validated in his skills to be exercised professionally by the body or trainer who provided the training. At the request of his clients, he is able to provide clear information on the nature of his training as well as on the qualifications he has obtained upon completion thereof.
4 - Personal experience of coaching He considers that personal experience is one of the components necessary for competence and professionalism, which must have lived a personal journey in this field. personal.
5 - Client protection He ensures that his interventions serve the best interests of his clients and ensures that he acts with a high level of integrity and reliability throughout the duration of his support. He checks that he has the skills to intervene in the areas for which he is consulted or otherwise proposes other orientations that seem more appropriate to him. He guarantees the respect of the commitments made contractually and adheres to the rule of confidentiality, in the limit imposed on him by the law of his country. He ensures that the information exchanged is for the benefit of his customers and not his personal or professional promotions. Under no circumstances does he take advantage of the situation to derive non-contractual benefits. If, during the course of the relationship, he finds that significant differences no longer allow him to function under the terms of the contract, he has an ethical obligation to end it by clearly explaining the reasons for his decision. Whenever possible, he makes sure to offer other options to his clients.
6 - Regular supervision It has a place of regular supervision where it can take stock of its practices and continue to progress in it in order to provide the best possible quality services to its clients.
7 - Updating his knowledge He regularly devotes a portion of his time to updating his knowledge and becoming professional. He keeps abreast of regular developments specific to his profession and is part of a continuous dynamic of professional development.