Senior Group Facilitators and Supervision
Team of Group Facilitators
Facilitators in training
Adelheid Köhn is 67 years old and mother of a grown son. She is a systemic therapist and NARM trauma therapist, couple therapist and offers communication trainings for couples and groups.
Since 2012 she has been studying with Thomas Hübl and is a member of the assistant team (Training-group for Inner Science).
Adriana Mascolli Fontes is a seasoned executive coach and facilitator with more than 20 years of working experience in Organization and Leadership Development, Team and Individual Coaching. She combines business experience with practice in designing and facilitating holistic group learning experiences. Her interventions, precision and style invite into introspection, connection with self and sharing of experiences from an open and authentic place.
She is part of the Mobius network, a certified ICF coach (International Coaching Federation), a certified coach/facilitator of Dare to Lead TM (based on the research of Dr. Brene Brown).
Adriana is a graduate of the Pocket Project Program and a current student within the Timeless Wisdom Training Program with Thomas Huebl. She is also a participant in the Ray Castellino Foundation Program in Spain supporting families and small groups of adults to resolve and repattern prenatal and birth trauma imprinting.
Amela Tahirovic is an integral psychotherapist who is specialized in healing trauma and she supports people in their healing processes from her private practice in Copenhagen, Denmark.
During the last six years, Amela has been leading many workshops and different ‘we-space’ practices in Denmark and abroad. Together with her partner Niklas Thrane she is also offering ‘couple-to-couple’ therapy – guiding couples to more intimacy and a deeper connection. Amela is a devoted mother, a seasoned meditator, a modern mystic, an artist and she work daily with various modalities of intuitive healing.
Since 2015 Amela has been passionately following Thomas Hübl teachings and successfully completed Timeless Wisdom Training 5 in 2019. She is a member of the Core Group and Inner Science Training Group.
Amy Elisabeth Fox is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mobius Executive Leadership. Mobius is a premier transformational leadership firm offering immersive personal mastery programs; skills training; executive coaching and digital learning offerings. Mobius is comprised of a global network of facilitators, mediators, executive coaches and expressive artists. Mobius provides leadership development to organizations in both the public and private sector and has been a cutting edge organization in integrating psychological, mythological, and philosophical wisdom into its sessions. Amy, a psychotherapist by background, is considered a leading practitioner in group facilitation and transformational process work.
Thomas Huebl has served as a mentor and supervisor to Mobius practitioners since 2015 and is the anchor faculty at its annual gathering the Next Practice Institute. Amy is also a senior student of Thomas Huebl and has the privilege to serve as faculty for his Timeless Wisdom Training in the US and as a host for his on line teachings.
Angelika Niederer is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, trained in behavior therapy and in various humanistic, psychodynamic-, body- and trauma-oriented methods. In her own practice she works with adults, children, adolescents and couples. From 2012 to 2019 she worked as a school psychologist for children with special needs; she gives supervision and workshops for teachers and parents.
Since 2015 she is a student of Thomas Hübl in various workshops, online-courses, Timeless Wisdom Training 5 and Coregroup.
Her special interest lies in the connection of spirituality and psychotherapy, as well as in the transfer of mystical principles into parenting and educational contexts.
She is a member of the Inner Science Training Group.
Anjet Sekkat is a coach and has been working with couples, individuals and groups in change processes for over 17 years and a committed student of Thomas Hübl for over 14 years. As a senior student, Anjet supports Thomas’ work in different areas, including as a member of the assistant team since 2005.
Anjet began her career as a midwife and accompanied over 400 babies and their families into life. In both her career as a healing practitioner in psychotherapy and a former midwife, she is very interested in transformational processes that enable the deeper movement in a person to manifest.
Today, working as a transformational coach, Anjet still focuses on supporting individuals and couples to give birth to new aspects in themselves. As a group facilitator, she specializes in empowering people to access their subtle competencies, to increase their capacity to relate, to use transparent communication and to create new cultural learning fields. In her spiritual path, her focus is on deepening the relationship with self, other human beings and the Divine. In this, Anjet resonates deeply with Thomas’ work, best represented by his teaching that “Our deepest humanity is our highest possibility.”
Anjet is married and lives and works as a coach and group facilitator in Berlin.
Anne Huhn is a psychologist and psychotherapist. She is trained in various aspects of humanistic therapy (psychotherapy, behavioural therapy, integrative body psychotherapy, family constellation work, trauma work).
For 30 years Anne has accompanied people in crisis situations and in psychological distress. In her work with individuals, couples and groups she integrates psychotherapeutic and intuitive knowledge so as to open a space of experiential growth, development and awareness. With an internal focus on healing power and presence she invites people to confront themselves in their own shadow aspects in order to find healing. She develops seminars and annual trainings for women.
Anne is a speaker in the Timeless Wisdom Training, was assisting TWT 5 and in the Pocket Project training for collective and intergenerational trauma integration.
She is part of the research group “Mysticism and Healing” and member of the assistance group of Thomas Hübl.
Annetta Apol works as a trauma therapist, working with NARM (NeuroAffective Relational Model™) and Family Constellations in her private practise. She is also a co-owner and practitioner of a community style acupuncture clinic for 9 years. She practices shiatsu massage and has been a yoga teacher for 20 years.
Annetta loves embodied practices, movement and dance and does authentic movement and contact improvisation.
Annetta has been a student of Thomas Hubl since 2014 and has completed the Timeless Wisdom Training 5 and is part of the Inner Science Training Group.
Axel Perinchery is trainer for Transparent Communication according to Thomas Hübl®, Intercultural communication and integral consciousness development. Axel is active in his own psychotherapeutic practice, works internationally as a life coach and educates at the Academy of Inner Science Practice Group Leaders in Transparent Communication. As an assistant he learns and accompanies the work of Thomas Hübl. Axel would like to contribute to the next step of consciousness which is waiting for us as individuals and as a society to venture into unknown territory. He describes himself as a “sacred activist”, because he wants to combine divine connectedness with civil society and political commitment. The movement “Citizen is Present”, which he initiated, is an expression of this.
Berit Lütteke – certified psychologist, systemic and family therapist.
Berit offers psychotherapy, coaching and workshops in her private practice. She has more than 20 years of experience working in inpatient and outpatient centers (psychiatry and family counseling, as well as crisis intervention, workshops for couples and leadership training).
As part of the „Mystic and Healing“ team, she offers workshops and supervision focusing on psychotherapeutic knowledge and healing in the light of mystical dimensions. Berit has been a member of Thomas Hübl’s team since 2007 and assisted the first Timeless Wisdom Training in Germany.
Bettina Rollow is an executive coach and organizational developer. Her experience ranges from individual coaching and team development to The Future of Work. Bettina focuses on complex projects that often involve intercultural elements and that need to address both the organizational structure and the individual development. With her Master’s degree in International Business Studies and her training as a Gestalt therapist, she is specialised in the development of cooperative working models in companies and organisations. For 6 years she has been working with companies and organisations that want to introduce cooperation and leadership in the spirit of the Future of Work (New Work). For Bettina, self-organisation and competency-based cooperation always requires an inner process of cultural maturation – for the organisation as a whole and for the individual employee. She has summarized her experiences in her new book New Work needs Inner Work.
As a coach Bettina supports people in connecting more deeply with their will and essence. The questions “Who am I and what do I want?” and “What resources do I already have and what else do I need?” are guiding principles of her work. Bettina accompanies people in finding inner clarity and shaping their next step in life in an authentic way. Bettina cofounded the think and sense tank Das Dach and lives in Berlin, Germany.
Britta Möckelmann is a certified psychologist, trained in person-centered counseling (GwG), process-oriented body psychotherapy (Brigitte Grof), is an alternative practitioner for psychotherapy (HPG) and has been training as a psychological psychotherapist for behavioral therapy since 2019. She gained many years of experience in outpatient and inpatient family support, in a family counseling center and last year on a psychosomatic ward. She has been fascinated by the work of Thomas Hübl for 9 years, participated in the Timeless Wisdom Training 3 and accompanied/s the TWT 5 and TWT 6 as a trainee.
She works as a psychologist at the company IVP (Integrated Care Programs) and supports people with psychological problems as a telephone coach. She also works self-employed as a psychologist (HPG) and with clients as part of her training.
Christine Knopp is a clinical psychologist and a certified psychotherapist in psychodynamic psychotherapy combined with aspects of different humanistic and body-oriented methods.
After several years working in psychosomatic and addiction clinics, she is now working as a psychotherapist in her own practice in Freiburg.
Since 2014 she has been fascinated by the work of Thomas Hübl, took part in several online courses and in the 5th Timeless Wisdom Training. Since 2020 she is a member of the Inner Science Training Group.
Dr. Clara Nivedita Perinchery Clara is a mother, practicing doctor and scientist.
Her research focuses on the quality of life in medical studies, the transition area in the body from free energy to matter and the role of consciousness in it, as well as the effect on physical – psychological healing. With the help of Transparent Communication she accompanies people to look behind the symptoms and to integrate and transform them.
Growing up in an Osho community, she came into contact with meditation at an early age. Spirituality is therefore a natural part of her daily life..
Claudia Goossen is a certified psychologist and has been working in a hospice in Hamburg since 2014. She has been trained in trauma-therapy (Somatic Experiencing) since the beginning of 2020 and is a practioniner in singing-bowl-massage. She participated in the Timeless Wisdom Training 4 and has been a member of the Inner Science Training Group since 2019. She is accompanying the Timeless Wisdom Training 6 as Trainee.
Cornelia Trompke is a consultant for transformational work in profit and non profit organizations. In one of her current projects she is supporting scalable solutions of trauma healing and education for refugee children internationally. In corporate settings she is facilitating change processes, a new movement of introducing mindfulness in business settings, coaching and supporting managers and employees with different new work approaches. As an Integral Coach she is also working with clients in one on one sessions, where she supports transformation through emotional integration and the strengthening of resources.
Cornelia is trained in organizational development, organizational constellations, and integral coaching. She holds a master’s degree in economy and anthropology. Participating in TWT 4, Core Group and the Inner Science Practice Group has introduced a new depth to her work, through wich she realigned the work with her clients.
Cornelia is based in Berlin and Hamburg, Germany.
Daphne Leinweber is a doctor for psychsomatic medicine and psychotherapy, in an own medical practice since 2019. Furthermore she is a dance therapist, enthusiastic dancer (especially contact improvisation) and is practicing Zazen since 30 years (discontinued when her 4 children were young). She is studying with Thomas Hübl since 2017.
Deepa Awal is an educator and coach with her own practice specializing in discerning the fundamental ways in which our ‘way of being’ supports or hinders our dreams and goals.
She has been studying Thomas Huebls teachings for the past four years. What began as an interest in Vedanta and personal growth has grown into what is now her contribution in the world – transformational work with individuals and groups. Starting her career in the corporate world with developing executives, Deepa now has her own practice specializing in coaching women and leaders with cross cultural backgrounds. Her personal experience as an immigrant from India informs her coaching with cross-cultural coaching clients.
She speaks fluent English and Hindi, lives in Philadelphia and has two adult daughters. She teaches meditation practices, yoga, centering skills and coaches graduate students at Universities to develop leadership skills and build self-confidence. As an educator, she instructs and mentors professionals who desire to develop coaching skills both at Fielding University (Faculty) and Newfield Network (Program Coach).
Since 2008 Dominik Greven is passionately working as an osteopath, he graduated from medical school in 2019 and is currently working as an assistant doctor in a hospital in a small town in the Ruhr area. Dominik got in contact with Thomas Hübl through numerous online courses in 2016 and has passed Timeless Wisdom Training 5 until the end of 2019. Subsequently he joined the Inner Science Training Group.
His main interest is to support individual and collective recovery through physical bodywork, awareness training and support of the emotional and trauma healing.
Dominique Forest-Poelman was born 1951 in Paris/France. After receiving her Baccalaureate in May 1968 she travelled and worked in the USA, in Greece and in Israel to experience life in its many dimensions. She then settled down in Germany where she is still living.
She is a licensed social pedagogue (Berlin ) with post graduate studies in various humanistic therapies and a psychotherapeutic naturopath. She has been working for nearly forty years in a large range of psychosocial fields; with clients in her own practice and as a trainer in public health and educational services. She has been a student of Thomas Hübl since 2009 and is a member of his assistants team.
Her interest and love has always been the Human being with all his/her wounds and all his/her transformative potential.
Elisabeth Renner is a clinical psychologist and has worked for over 20 years for children with special needs in various kindergartens. As a depth psychotherapist she has been working with adults in private practice since 1997 and as a teaching trainer of ICPIT she trains students in the methods Postural Integration and Pelvic Heart Integration – a psychotherapeutically oriented bodywork. She has been leading body & nature seminars in Hawaii for 10 years. Further education, such as the Integrative Somatic Psychology of Raja Selvam, opened her to a deeper awareness of trauma, which led as the next step into the work of Thomas Hübl.
Since 2017 Elisabeth has been a student of Thomas Hübl, completed the Timeless Wisdom Training 5, various online courses and is a member of the Inner Science Assistant Group since the beginning of the year.
Elaine Maronick is a licensed psychotherapist who has been providing individual, couples and family therapy in private practice for 25 years. She has a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy and has studied extensively in the areas of couples and trauma.
Elaine holds a deep belief in the power of healing in relationship and orients from this perspective in her work. Her work is informed by Stan Tatkin’s PACT approach (Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy) where she holds a Level II certification. She is a long time student of David Schnarch and a member of the Ellyn Bader’s Couples Institute where she holds a level 1 certification. Elaine is also a dedicated student of Lawrence Heller and the NARM approach (NeuroAffective Relational Model).
Elaine has been a student of Thomas Huebl for 7 years and is a graduate of US TWT1 training. She is currently an assistant in the US TWT2 training.
Elke Pfister offers counselling, coaching, individual and couple therapy in her own practice for psychotherapy (HPG), in Icking near Munich. Since 2006 she studies Transparent Communication according to Thomas Hübl. Since 2010 she is a member in the research group “Mysticism and Healing”. Since 2016, she has been working in the training for depth psychology-based psychotherapy in Munich. Elke accompanies the Timeless Wisdom Training with Thomas Hübl as an assistant. The focus is on her wish to support the natural human ability of being-in-contact. In the connection with ourselves and others our inner liveliness unfolds out of which our abilities and resources emerge.
Ellen Schieß is an actress, Gestalt therapist, psychotherapist and artists coach. She completed the Timeless Wisdom Training 3 with Thomas Hübl and is a member of his Inner Science Training Group since 2015.
Since 2012 she supports single clients, artists, parents and couples in change processes, challenging phases of life or acute crises in her private practice in Berlin and near Potsdam. For 10 years she also has been teaching improvisation theater. When working with people she is inspired to contact the uniqueness of each person and to encourage them in accessing their own self-healing power. She focuses on body intelligence, intuition and creative potential.
Ellen lives with her husband and two children in a small community in Fresdorf near Potsdam.
Ester Martinez is a psychotherapist and executive coach with 21 years of experience working with senior leaders and top teams.
She has trained in multiple transformational disciplines that can be applied broadly from health settings to organizational settings and leadership development including: Gestalt individual/group work, Family Constellations with Bert Hellinger, Somatic body/mind work, and Bio Dynamic Craneosacral Therapy and Body Therapy based on Francois Mèziers method.
She has been pivotal in developing, assisting and promoting the innovative methods of Constellations work and the work of Mike Boxhall “Presence in Stillness” – a synthesis of Cranio Work, Jungian psychology and Dzogchen throughout Spain and South America.
Ester is a pioneer in the integration of mystical principles with Constellations work as a means for deep personal and collective transformation. This innovation was a result of her work as a key member of Thomas Hübl´s core team.
Ester's deep interest and immersion in the study, research and application of mystical principles, in combination with her capacities as a therapist have given her a unique ability to help people access, illuminate and integrate previously hidden and unrealized parts of themselves and their lives. Her deep connection and comprehension of what lies beneath perceived patterns, roles, and identity allow people to connect more fully to their life’s true purpose and potential and to gain clarity into areas which may be blocking them.
Ester holds a BA in International Relations and MA in Humanities and a Ph.D in Philosophy and Ethics. She has studied/practiced Zen Meditation with Roshi Kiunan Ana Maria Schlüter for the last 21 years and is still actively practicing zazen and supporting global social projects of Zendo Betania in Spain.
When not traveling the world promoting and working on her many projects she resides in Madrid, Spain near her two grown sons, her daughter in law and grandchildren.
Eva Giedt is a psychotherapist and mental health nurse practitioner in private practice and offers online private sessions utilizing mystical principles. She is passionate about embodied purposeful living, conscious relationships, field awareness, and the explorations at the edge of the known and unknown. She works with individuals and facilitates groups and corporate wellness trainings. She teaches meditation and qi gong and is a certified Hakomi Therapist.
Eva has been involved in healthcare as a practitioner and teacher for 30+ years. In 2011 she participated in the first US intensive with Thomas Hübl and has worked closely with him ever since. She has assisted Thomas Hübl in numerous US events and online courses (mentor) with international reach. She assisted the first Timeless Wisdom Training USA two year intensive and currently assists in the first USA Core Alumni Group. Eva is a Teacher for the USA Practice Group Leader Training.
In her earlier years she worked as a critical care nurse in major medical centers and then taught undergraduate and graduate nursing. She has facilitated support and stress reduction groups for patients, families (cardiac rehab and cancer center) and health promotion in a hospital for 20 years and is also a teacher of Mindfulness Stress Reduction. Eva works and lives in SF Bay Area and Monterey California.
Gaby Stalter works as a gynecologist and specialist for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in her practice in Laupheim/Germany. She has further training in Body-Psychotherapy and Focusing. In her practice, she combines these to an integrative mind-body medicine. A holistic understanding of the human being as an inseparable unit of body, soul and spirit is the basis of her work. Since 2005 she is part of Thomas Hübl’s team of assistants and supports people in integration and change processes.
Gregor Steinmaurer is a Systemic Therapist, Traumatherapist (Somatic Experiencing®), Psychosocial Counsellor (Dipl. LSB, Austria), Coach and Facilitator. Lives in Austria, works in private practice und leads workshops and trainings internationally since more 10 years. Trained in a variety of methods and therapeutic modalities, such as: Systemic Family Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Family Constellation, NLP, Bodywork, Primal Therapy. Additional Trainings in Traumatherapy with Marianne Bentzen (Neuroaffective Therapy), Maggie Phillips (Ego-State Therapy) and others.
Long-term intensive exploration and practice of different spiritual traditions, Psychotherapy, Bodywork. Since more than 15 years regular practice of Meditation and Martial Arts. Leads workshops and trainings together with his wife Komala de Amorim. Met Thomas in 2009 and followed his work since then. Participated in the TWT 4 and is a member of the Assistant Team. Special interest in the further development of collective healing oriented processes at the intersection of trauma, mysticism and integral development.
Gabriela Martinez is a Psychotherapist with a Master´s degree in Somatic Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies (USA). Specialist in trauma treatment with 20 years of experience and practice in clinical and community settings in Colombia (Southamerica) and in the US. A psychotherapist in private practice, a teacher of trauma and body-oriented approaches, a group facilitator and a spiritual seeker through ancestral practices. She is also a consultant, facilitator and director of Corasoma, an NGO created to work with social transformation processes, using integral approaches in order to heal the points of pain, conflict and trauma of individuals, communities and territories in her native country, Colombia.
Gary Joplin is a bodyworker, working energetically to more deeply access and bring into alignment the various components of the physical, emotional and energetic bodies. Sessions with Gary often involve physical touch in order to invoke a deeper state of relaxation, a calming of the central nervous system and a more coherent sense of grounding. The sessions also involve process work related to holding patterns, blockages or reduced sensitivity and awareness within the body. Although hands-on techniques are used, physical manipulations and massage are not elements used in his sessions. Gary is also a professional choreographer, director, and Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis® trainer. He leads the body mind awareness training for the School of Life professional school for life therapists and healers in the Netherlands, as well as for the Timeless Wisdom Trainings by Thomas Hübl in Germany.
Giselle Charbonnier – Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Family Constellations Facilitator Transpersonal Psychology Consultant. Member of Thomas Hübl’s Core Group, Assistants- and Mentoring Team. She is part of the assistants team of the Timeless Wisdom Trainings by Thomas Hübl and she works privately offering individual sessions and workshops online and in-person in Berlin, Findhorn, and Montevideo.
Heidi Wohlhüter is a certified psychotherapist (behavioral therapist) (DGVT) and supervisor (DGVT), as well as a licensed child and youth psychotherapist.
She has been working for 20 years in a psychiatric day clinic and has been offering psychotherapeutic group and individual sessions in private practice for 10 years. Heidi also works as a supervisor for therapists, psychologists and treatment teams and in the training of psychotherapists she leads the self-awareness seminars. Heidi’s mission is to create a space in which healing can happen.
Heidi has been a student of Thomas Hübl for over ten years and is a member of his Inner Science Training Group. She was an assistant in Timeless Wisdom Trainings 4 & 5 and is currently assisting in the 6th training. She is part of the research group “Mysticism and Healing” and gives workshops and supervision in this context. Heidi leads the practice group “Transparent Communication” in Aachen.
Heike Wegener has been working with people on their journey of conscious evolution, healing and personal development for more than 25 years.
She is based in the community of Castle Glarisegg, at the edge of the forest on the banks of Lake Constance in Switzerland where she runs her own clinic for integral communication, trauma-integration, systemic constellation and osteopathy since 10 years.
Heike is a singer and dancer, traveller and mother, a lover of our nature and silence. As a international seminar leader and graduated teacher for intercultural communication her work is rooted in her own spiritual practice of deep listening into the soul language of our individual and collective bodies.
Since 15 years she’s gratefully inspired by the teachings of Thomas Hübl. She did the Timeless Wisdom Training 5 and now joining the Inner Science Assistance and Training Group of Thomas 2020.
Three years ago she initiated the Pioneers for Peace Project to offer trauma-informed Leadership Training for women in Palestine and Namibia.
Hilorie Baer is a consultant, coach and psychotherapist with over 25 years’ experience, working with groups, individuals and couples. She has extensive training in traditional psychodynamic therapy, somatic body/mind work, Jungian archetypes and family systems and couples work. Her work focuses on helping people discover, connect to and express their highest potential in all aspects of their life, personal and professional.
Hilorie has been working intensively with Thomas Huebl for the past four years and has found the involvement in his teachings and the work emerging from them to be truly transformative for her own life and for her work with clients. Hilorie is originally from New York but has lived for the past 20 years in Israel with her husband and three children.
Jana Schmitz has been working as a clinical psychologist in a psychosomatic clinic (Heiligenfeld Kliniken) since 2015 and is a trained trauma therapist (NARM). She participated in the Timeless Wisdom Training 4 and has been a member of the Inner Science Training Group since 2017, recently participating as an assistant in Thomas Hübl’s New Years Retreat in Israel. She is currently accompanying the Timeless Wisdom Training 6 as a trainee.
Janet Teich has been working for 20 years as an occupational therapist in a specialist clinic for psychiatry and psychotherapy, with a focus on acute psychiatry and psychosis, personality and trauma disorders and acute crisis intervention.
She has been working as a non-medical practitioner in the field of body and consciousness work for 10 years. For her, working with this attentive body therapy means to support self-regulation, awareness and the self-healing powers inherent in every human being and to give new impulses to create a flowing contact between body, mind and soul.
In addition, Janet has many years of practical experience in trauma-centered occupational therapy.
She has been studying with Thomas since 2010 and is part of the Inner Science Training Group since 2015.
Licensed clinical social worker, certified somatic psychotherapist and coach, cultural anthropologist, and author.
Jennifer’s relational and embodied approach is informed by somatic psychology and coaching, talk therapy, trauma, attachment and child state work, and yoga. Additionally, Jennifer offers executive coaching with Mobius Executive Leadership and Seven Stones Leadership Group. Listening deeply, creating safety, including the energetic and mystical dimensions of healing, and encouraging authentic self-expression are cornerstones of her practice. Jennifer has studied with Thomas since 2015 and is a near graduate of his second US-based Timeless Wisdom Training.
Jim Tull is a Partner with CMPartners, and a globally recognized leader in the areas of negotiation, communication, and dispute resolution. Jim has consulted and trained in over 75 countries around the globe, helping non-profits, governments and corporations to deepen their understanding and heighten their effectiveness in the face of conflict.
Preceding his time at CMPartners, Jim worked closely with Prof. Roger Fisher, author of the seminal work Getting to YES, for nearly a decade. His interest in negotiation theory was made very personal in Nicaragua when he was held hostage by Recompa guerrillas and negotiated his own release.
Judy Malan is a leadership coach and transformational facilitator working with senior leaders, teams and organizational systems across multiple sectors of society. She has been studying and practicing transformational facilitation for the past 18 years with teachers including Gita Bellin, Thomas Hübl, Judy Wilkins-Smith and Otto Scharmer. Her work is aimed at supporting the process by which we as humans gain more awareness of the unseen patterns and stories that create our visible realities, and to gently empower ourselves to integrate what we can (newly) see into a coherent intention that serves our highest potential.
Jürgen Wölfl Psychologist and trained psychodrama therapist. Jürgen works in his own private practice as a psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor for single persons, couples, groups and teams. His particular interest is the combination of mysticism, spiritual practice and psychotherapy/psychology. Since 2008 he has been in Thomas Hübl’s Assistants Group and accompanied the Timeless Wisdom Training 3. He is mentor in Thomas’s online courses and has accompanied the Pocket Training for Trauma Integration. Jürgen lives in Berlin, Germany.
Katharina Kieffer-Hecklau is mother, grandmother and has a lot of experience in leading positions. She has been leading and supporting very different groups since 2000.
After numerous therapeutic trainings she met Thomas Hübl and started to learn and appreciate Transparent Communication. Together with a regular meditation practice, it has become a valuable part of her life and gave her personal healing. She is a member of the assistance group that Markus Hirzig leads.
Since 2006 she has been leading mainly groups of young people who are completing a voluntary social year with love and compassion and she loves to coach people in individual sessions and also to accompany couples in their process.
She describes herself as very sensitive and open with a lot of life experience, which enables her to support, understand, see and deeply feel the life situations of people. To open a healing space is one of her abilities, which has the potential to support transformationl processes.
Kathrin Loewe is Gestalt therapist and body-oriented Trauma therapist in her private practice for psychotherapy (HPG) since 2006 working with individuals, couples and groups. She was trained in Gestalt Therapy, Integral Supervision, Anthroposophic psychotherapy, NARM (NeuroAffective Relational Model) with Laurence Heller and SOMA (a body-oriented trauma therapy) with Dr. Sônia Gomes (BRA) and Marcelo Muniz (BRA).
Kathrin has been studying intensively with Thomas since more than 8 years. She was a graduating student of the Timeless Wisdom Training 3 and the pocket project training program. Since 2015 she is a member of the assistance team.
Her intention is to accompany people on their way to the source of their actions, where they can recognize their potential and their development opportunities. She is dedicated to the research of healing from deep states of consciousness.
Karen Gold Sherman is a Somatic Experiencing Therapist and Senior Assistant and Consultant for this work. She has trained in Early Somatic Attachment work with Diane Poole Heller. To support this work she trained in Biodynamic Cranial work with Franklyn Sills. She is also a Brennan Healing Science practitioner and was on Faculty at the school for 10 years as well as being certified in Core Energetics. Her background also includes working as an Occupational Therapist with parents and children for 30 years.
Kerstin Strauß is an artist, coach and mother of four children. She works with individuals and groups and accompanies them in their artistic and personal development.
Kerstin has been a student of Thomas Hübl for more than 10 years. She participated in the Timeless Wisdom Training 3 and has been a member of the Inner Science Training Group since 2015.
Her main interest as an artist and mother, besides art, is to find further access to one’s own own essence and to support people to be in contact with themselves in a deeper and more loving way.
Kosha Joubert serves as CEO of the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN). She is an international facilitator, trainer, and consultant and has worked extensively in the fields of sustainable development, intercultural collaboration and the emergence of collective wisdom. Kosha grew up in South Africa under Apartheid and has been dedicated to the healing of divides and collective trauma ever since. In 2016, Kosha received the Dadi Janki Award – 100 Women of Spirit – For engaging spirituality in life and work and for making a difference in the world. She has been walking this path with Thomas since 2005 and co-hosted the Collective Trauma Online Summit 2019.
Laura Calderón de la Barca is an Integral-Intuitive Psychotherapist, Cultural Analyst and Collective Healing Researcher currently living in Mexico City. Her engagement with collective trauma led her to write in 2007 a pioneering PhD thesis in the form of a written psychotherapeutic session for her homeland, Mexico. She is a Graduate of the Pocket Project Training and studies with Thomas Hübl since 2016. Laura does online therapy with people in English and Spanish since 2012, does presentations on psycho-education, and carries out Healing from Colonialism workshops with Indigenous communities in Mexico and other countries.
Louise Marra has post graduate qualifications in environmental management, public policy and Jungian and Transpersonal psychology. She has trained with Thomas Hübl for many years including the intergenerational and collective trauma training through the pocket project. She is an executive coach and therapist and works mainly with diverse groups of leaders on transforming patterns of the past and leading for systems change, within us and within the whole. She has worked for Prime Ministers, boards, NGOs, corporate teams, public sector and philanthropy – across the globe in innovation and leadership. She is deeply connected to the living planet and all its beings, and is part of the Ngai Tuhoe tribe in New Zealand.
Markus Hirzig has 30 years of experience in accompanying people, especially in body therapy (physiotherapy, osteopathy) and also in personal development and growth. "My work is developing into a deeper sensitivity for tensions in the body and the body’s energy field as well as their reasons. I support people in my practice in Berlin and also online internationally."
Since 2002 Markus has had intensive contact with Thomas Hübl and accompanied people and their personal processes in Thomas Hübl’s seminars for many years. Since 2011 he has also been involved in the training and further education of the team of assistants. He has accompanied many of Thomas’ trainings in person and also online classes.
Martina Gisler was for many years in charge of a research vessel for telepathic interspecies communication with whales and dolphins. "Basically, the whales and the ocean were my first spiritual teachers."
Now she is working as a body and trauma therapist (Rolfing and Somatic Experiencing) in her own practice for over 20 years.
She studies applicable-for-life mystical principles with Thomas Hübl and is a member of his Inner Science training group. Martina is also assisting Somatic Experiencing trainings.
She is especially interested in the connection of individual and collective trauma fields and the perception of the body as an essential element of resolution.
Based in Belgium, Europe, Mieke has more than 20 years of industrial and consulting experience.
She travelled the world, acting as a strategic advisor, thought leader and executive coach to leaders in multiple industries. Since organizations are living systems in a dynamic environment, her executive coaching is addressing the critical role of leaders to drive the change, navigate in complexity and engage the hearts and minds of the entire organization.
She joined Mobius as a senior faculty member, executive coach, facilitator and senior expert in organizational constellations and systemic intelligence. She has a passion for people, organizational dynamics and centered leadership, and has acquired additional skills and certifications in the area of Neuro Linguistic Programming, Personal Mastery, Coaching (according to ICF competencies), Group Dynamics, Systemic Intelligence and Coaching, Constellation Work, Neuroscience and Affective Psychology, Somatics and Trauma Therapy and is applying all these insights in her coaching, facilitation and transformation work with leaders, teams and organizations.
She is a thought leader, authored several articles and white papers and has been a passionate key note speaker in conferences across the globe. She is an eternal learner and reader. Her passion for writing has resulted in her first book – a novel based on systemic work, published in 2017. The second book is focused on the leadership challenge of the cultural integration and business performance of Mergers & Acquisitions and was published in 2019 (Emergent, The Power of Systemic Intelligence to Navigate the Complexity of M&A).
Nancy Hyatt, LICSW has been working as psychotherapist specializing in intensive individual and relational transformation for over 20 years. She is trained in EMDR, Imago Relationship Therapy and integrates mindfulness, somatic coaching and HeartMath into her psychotherapeutic approach.
Nancy has been a student of Thomas Hübl for over five years and participated in the Pocket Project training. Nancy also serves as an executive coach on Mobius Executive Leadership’s Transformational Faculty.
Nancy offers her help as a volunteer consultant for this project.
Patrick Dougherty, M.A., L.P. is a licensed psychologist who has over 40 years of clinical work and decades of working with social despair and collective trauma. The last 5 years he has been developing models and protocols of helping groups support the individuals in the group while they are doing work of helping heal the trauma of those they work with, focusing on therapists and their clients. He has been with the Pocket Project since its inception, and stemming from his being a Vietnam veteran he has a focus of working with those who are helping heal collective traumas cause by armed violence, war and genocide.
Paul Dunion earned his Doctoral degree in Counseling and Consulting Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Connecticut. He taught Philosophy for thirteen years at UConn and Three Rivers Community College.
Dr. Dunion has been in private practice for the past thirty-seven years. He is a wholistic psychological healer, employing an existential modality as well as a somatic approach to treating trauma. He is trained in EMDR and is a graduate of the Somatic Experiencing Institute.
From its early beginnings, Dr. Dunion represented the State of Connecticut at the national gatherings of the mytho-poetic men's movement, sponsored by Wingspan. As the founder of Boys to Men, Dr. Dunion created a mentoring community for teenage boys. He is also the co-founder of COMEGA (Connecticut Gathering of Men), having served over 6,000 men since 1992, which continues to offer biannual retreats. In 2013, Dr. Dunion established the Croton Mystery School and designed its curriculum with a focus on teaching students how to make peace with life’s mystery and unpredictability. Dr. Dunion has offered over 200 workshops on topics related to Human Potential. Currently, he offers supervision for younger psychotherapists.
He has published five books: Seekers – Finding Our Way Home; Path of the Novice Mystic – Maintaining a Beginner’s Heart and Mind; Dare to Grow-Up – Become Who You Are Meant to Be; Shadow Marriage – A Descent into Intimacy; and Temptation in the House of the Lord. Dr. Dunion's latest offering due to be released in 2020 is Wisdom – Apprenticing to the Unknown and Befriending Fate.
Paul Zonneveld is an organisational consultant, facilitator and executive leadership coach and senior faculty for top team interventions at Mobius Executive Leadership, with over 25 years of international business experience. He has extensive experience of leading and developing groups and individuals across all sectors both corporate and public.
His unique expertise in understanding the depth of systemic effects and teaching systemic sensibility, systemic awareness and effectiveness, enables him to offer insight for people into how to manage change and transformation. May it be in large companies, when finding themselves in complex situations, or going through M&A. Paul is trained in a wide variety of approaches to personal and organizational development and has been studying with Thomas Hübl for the past 5 years, integrating these teachings in his work.
He supports people focusing on connecting with their internal (leadership) qualities like self-awareness, courage and love and how to invite these qualities in others around them. He actively supports the Muses foundation, helping young adults creating a more sustainable world through social and development aid in ‘third world’ regions.
Petra Beier is a qualified educator and offers advice, coaching, individual and couple therapy in her own practice for psychotherapy (HPG) as well as seminars in Oldenburg (Lower Saxony). She is EU certified as an innovative leader, also works as a freelance writer, has been leading Inner Science practice groups since 2013 and has completed Timeless Wisdom Training 5.
Since 2020 she has been studying in the Inner Science Training Group. Her essential concern is to create healing relationship spaces in which she accompanies people in challenging life situations on their way to higher presence and essential clarity. Her advisory work is geared towards a “yes” for living in autonomy, authentic truth and personal responsibility.
Richard Cohen, a Mobius Senior Consultant and Coach, is an expert in the fields of leadership, negotiation and conflict resolution. He has trained countless leaders in negotiation and influence, transformational leadership, and disrupting unconscious bias. Richard has also coached senior executives on a range of issues including performance, managing up, overcoming founder's syndrome, work-life balance, time management, and emotional intelligence.
Richard has served as a Senior Adjunct Professor at Tufts University, The University of Massachusetts and Cambridge College. Earlier in his career Richard founded the first organization dedicated to teaching mediation skills to young people. He was selected as a Fulbright Specialist in 2015, and in 2011 he received the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Kriedler Award for "distinguished service to the field of conflict resolution."
Richard is the author of a number of books, and most recently created the free online guide to check-ins, checkinsuccess.com, designed to help leaders use this simple tool to enable teams to perform at a higher level. Richard lives outside Boston and enjoys swimming in kettle ponds, great music of every genre, eating pomegranates, and his wonderful family. Not in that order.
Richard holds an M.A. in Psychology from Beacon College.
Ryan McGladrey Trained as an osteopath, somatic coach, and body-mind educator, his work is the fruit of two decades of ongoing study and practice in a wide range of specialized approaches to healing and growth.
He works with clients to resolve pressing life challenges, especially concerning physical function, emotional development, and spiritual motivation. Through addressing restrictions in movement and feeling, Ryan helps people reconnect with their abilities to heal and thrive. He also offers innovative trainings in how to effectively use whole-body intelligence to meet the challenges and possibilities of twenty-first century life.
Robin Alfred is an organisational consultant, facilitator, trainer and executive coach – and a Senior Programme Director for Olivier Mythodrama. Robin worked as a trainer, educator and social work manager for 15 years in London, before moving to Scotland in 1995 to live in the Findhorn ecovillage where he founded the Findhorn Consultancy Service. He has extensive experience of leading and developing groups and individuals across all sectors – corporate, public, and third sector.
Robin is trained in a wide variety of approaches to personal and organizational development and has been studying with Thomas Hübl for the past 12 years and applying these teachings in his work. His facilitation work is designed to sense and cultivate the self-organizing principle in groups and individuals and to support the emergence of transformational fields. For more than 25 years, he has facilitated groups of all sizes, from 6 – 600, in all sectors.
Robin is a registered facilitator for the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and was part of the design and facilitation team for the 2013 UN Global Compact in New York. He has served as a host and mentor for almost all of Thomas Hübl’s online courses, co-moderated two of the Celebrate Life Festivals and was a co-host of the 2019 Online Summit on Collective Trauma. He currently broadcasts a podcast series, ‘Leading in a Climate Changed World’.
Samvedam B. Randles is a German psychologist who lives in the Boston area in the USA, where she founded first the Center for Body Oriented Psychotherapy and later the Inner Arts Institute, where she is the director to this day. Her work combines systemic methods such as Family Constellations with a careful internal attunement. Since 2013 she has focused on collective trauma issues and how to address them in larger groups.
Simon Courtney has a background in the biological and medical sciences but a deep calling to work more closely and intimately with people guided him to pursue work in health and social care.
Over the past 3 years he has been studying the basics of counselling and psychotherapy, while also pursuing his interest in collective trauma and a grounded spirituality through the Pocket Project and the Timeless Wisdom Training with Thomas Hübl.
He is passionate about authentic relational practices that allows for more transparency and intimacy in relationships, and how our psychological development can greatly support and ground our transpersonal development.
Stefan Beier is a body and movement therapist and men’s coach. He works in his own private practice near Potsdam and Berlin (Germany), focussing on individual and couple counselling, team coaching and men’s work. Additionally he is engaged as a men’s health expert in Saxony.
In the work with Thomas Hübl he has been fascinated by the transformative power of simple, awake encounters between Me and You. He believes that especially in times of crisis those very basic human capacities bear a healing potential. Especially important to him is the empowerment of the body as a source and anchor, while simultaneously listening to the essence.
Stefan is part of Thomas’ assistance team since 2007, assisted the second TWT and co-developed the practice groups. He regularly facilitates retreats in Auschwitz.
Susan Belchamber has always been deeply engaged with promoting positive psychological and social change throughout her diverse career. Her ongoing exploration has led her into such varied fields as neuroscience and biofeedback, consciousness and Integral studies, as well as New Economics and complementary currencies. She has served as Deputy Director for Japanese Affairs at USTR (the Office of the President), as a trade consultant in the UK, shifting to a second career in psychotherapy and forming her own neurotherapy and coaching practice in the US. Currently, Susan balances small group facilitation with her ongoing research and group work on collective and intergenerational trauma with specific focus on the trauma of money and the possibility of post-traumatic growth.
Academically, she holds graduate degrees in both Psychotherapy as well as International Relations, and she has had the great privilege of personally studying with some of the world’s cutting-edge thinkers including Thomas Hubl, William Ury, Jean Houston, Ken Wilber, Don Beck, Rupert Sheldrake, Anna Wise, Dan Siegel, Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer, Dan Emmons, Julio Olalla, Bernard Lietaer, and Charles Eisenstein. However, much of her true education has come through the wisdom gained in partnering, mothering and friending.
A long-time meditator, Susan fully believes in aligning mind, body and spirit in all pursuits. And although health and well-being can be expanded by developing one’s own inner guidance system, true healing is relational. We need community to fully support the change we want to see in ourselves and our world.
Sucha Gesina Wolters is a certified pedagogue and has been working with people for 40 years, including a long time in adult education, among other things as a foculiser for community-building processes. She is a “Forum” trainer (a ritualized form of communication for groups and communities) and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (trauma counseling according to Peter Levine) in her own practice and in a psychosomatic clinic.
Since 2006 she has been a student of Thomas Hübl and has been assisting him in his events and in the Somatic Experiencing training for many years. And: "I never want to stop being amazed."
Susanne Stillhammer has more than 20 years experience in supporting organisations, management teams and individuals in change processes. She has held various positions in the Automotive and IT Industries, before moving into organizational consulting with a focus on change management and corporate culture. She advises companies on the implementation of structural and cultural changes. Her focus lies on the interface between the inside and the outside: when new ideas or structures are implemented, inner attitude and authentic behaviour are important, she specializes in working with management teams to align the inner and outer dynamics of change. As an Executive Coach, Susanne supports her clients in uprooting unhealthy patterns that lead to greater freedom and better choices. Her deepest intention is to accompany her clients to discover their resources and live and lead from their deepest truth.
She is trained in Change and Project Management, Systemic Consulting, Family and Organizational Constellations, is a certified Coach and Lecturer for Coaching and Change Processdesign. She studied Psychology and Human Resources Management and holds a certificate in Client-Centered Psychotherapy.
Teddy Frank brings her integrated experience as a trained psychotherapist, executive coach, group facilitator, yoga teacher and former corporate executive to help individuals, teams and organizations develop integrated and sustainable responses to professional and personal demands. She is recognized as a “deep listener” who can uncover the blockages which limit an individual or a team’s ability to achieve their goals. By working with the inner wisdom and values of each member, she helps individuals and teams experience more fulfilling relationships with Self and others, a deeper sense of wellbeing and a fuller expression of their talents and contributions in the world.
Thomas Hübl is a visionary teacher, innovator, and author. His work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions with the discoveries of contemporary science. His teaching combines somatic awareness practices, advanced meditative practices, and transformational processes that address both individual and collective trauma.
Originally a student of medicine and science, Thomas took a radical departure from his career to commit to a four-year meditation retreat. As a result of those four years, he emerged with a dedication to explore consciousness and our collective potential for growth and healing.
He has worked with thousands of people worldwide through workshops, multi-year training programs and online courses. Thomas has guided large-scale healing events that have brought together thousands of Germans and Israelis to acknowledge, face and heal the cultural shadow left by the Holocaust. He has trained hundreds of physicians, therapists, and coaches from around the world, and draws students from a wide range of backgrounds including the physical sciences, social sciences, medicine, law, anthropology, and art.
Thomas is the founder of the Academy of Inner Science, an institution utilizing a distinctive approach to exploring consciousness, evolution, and the junctures between mysticism and science. The Academy of Inner Science Graduate Program currently collaborates with five universities that offer Ph.D. programs in consciousness studies.
An activist for the cause of global healing, Thomas created The Celebrate Life Festival, which has taken place annually in Europe for nearly two decades and is now in the US. The gathering brings together hundreds of people from around the world for a profound experiential immersion in human and cultural development and transformation. He is also the founder of the non-profit, The Pocket Project, whose mission is to help foster the deep healing of past planetary traumas and the alleviation of suffering in the world’s current conflict zones through powerful, large-scale group processes.
Thomas has collaborated with luminaries in related fields, including addiction expert Dr. Gabor Maté, philosopher Ken Wilber, three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee Scilla Elworthy, psychosomatic medicine specialist Edda Gottschaldt, M.I.T professor Otto Scharmer, world-renowned family system therapist Stephan Hausner, law professor Stephan Breidenbach, and renowned Harvard mediator William Ury. In December 2019, Thomas spoke at Harvard Medical School on the topic of "Healing Collective Trauma" to an audience of more than 5,000 livestream viewers.
Since 2004, Thomas has maintained an active schedule as a speaker, teacher, and trainer of both students and professionals. He lives in Israel and Germany with his wife, the artist Yehudit Sasportas, and their daughter. His book Healing Collective Trauma will be published by Sounds True and MacMillian Publishing in November 2020.
Tiuu Bolzmann was born in Ulm/Donau and lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Hamburg, Germany. She studied philosophy, education and sociology in Frankfurt/Main. Until 1998 she worked as systemic Family Therapist, Life and Social Counsellor and Supervisor in Austria.
Tiiu is training in Family Constellation Work with Bert Hellinger and is founder and director of the Centro Bert Hellinger de Buenos Aires/Centro Latinoamericano de Constelaciones Familiares de Argentina (CLCF). Since 1999 she is an educator in Systemic Family Constellations in Argentina and various countries in South America, Mexico and Spain and founded the publishing house Alma Lepik and the foundation "Fundación Constelaciones Familiares de Argentina".
She did further trainings in Trauma Therapy with Dr. Anngwyn St. Just, USA and participated in the Pocket Project- Collective Trauma Integration Training in Israel 2017-2018 and in the Timleless Wisdom Training with Thomas Hübl from 2017-2019.
Tiiu is the author of various books on Family Constellations: "Imágenes que solucionan 2006" and "Que son las Constelaciones Familiares", Editorial Alma Lepik, 2018, in Spanish and "Perekonna varjatud seadused", Editorial Väike Vanker, 2012, in Estonian.
Currently she teaches therapists, is a supervisor and consultant of the CLCF, a freelance lecturer and a therapist in the field of family constellation and collective trauma work.
Tobias Konermann is a Clinical Psychologist (M.Sc. Psych) and a certified Psychotherapist, trained in Cognitive- Behavioral Therapie, EMDR, Gestalt, as well as NARM (r) (Neuro-Affective Relational Model). He works as a Psychotherapist and Coach in private Practice, facilitates process-oriented groups for personal growth (Hero’s Journey, ritual Gestaltwork), is a member of the NARM Training staff in Brussels and teaches at the University of Applied Sciences in Heidelberg.
Tristan Meisch is an executive leadership coach, organisational consultant and facilitator.
Benefitting from his insight, perceptive feedback and dynamic support, he helps companies, teams and executives to take the necessary steps to make transformation successful and appropriate. Candid interactions, immediacy and down-to-earth integrity—this is what he relishes about working with people in finding and walking their path and rise to towering challenges.
Tristan has been studying with Thomas Hübl since 2004 and applying these teachings in his work. He assisted in many of Thomas’ onsite trainings and online. Tristan also serves as a volunteer probation officer for juvenile offenders. He loves gardening, hiking mountains and lives with his partner close to Ludwigsburg/Germany.
Ute Brandorff works as a Shiatsu-Practitioner since 2011. Currently she is studying psychology at Humboldt University of Berlin. She is a dancer/ dance teacher and trained in hypnosystemic coaching (Stephan Hammel). Almost 20 years ago she started practicing meditation (Zen, Vipassana, Advaita).
Since 2013 Ute is a student of Thomas Hübl, completed Timeless Wisdom Training 5 and various online courses. Since the beginning of the year she is a member of the Inner Science Training Group.
Wendy Shami, LCSW, RSW, SEP has been providing psychotherapy and trauma resolution services for 20 years. In addition to receiving a graduate degree from Columbia University School of Social Work, Wendy spent two post-graduate years at The Ackerman Institute for Families and Children. These experiences helped shaped a traditional psychodynamic, systems- oriented foundation for her clinical work.
As a lifelong learner who is dedicated to honing her clinical skills, Wendy has pursued additional training in mindfulness, the application of neuroscience to cognitive and emotional processing, attachment theory and the neurobiology of attachment. She is also a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and assists at trainings across North America.
Wendy has a strong commitment to providing support for those who care for others. In her experience of working with clients over the years, she has witnessed that in practicing self-care, individuals are more able to tap into their own resilience and grow their capacity to stay present, especially during periods of crisis.
Yehudit Sasportas is one of the most prominent and prolific Israeli artists working in the local and international art scene today. Her work is focused on site-specific installations, which include sculptures, drawings, video and sound works, and call for an intense and overwhelming sensory experience. Her installations have gone through a process of adapting and responding to the architecture of various museum spaces while forming into artworks that present a new way of reading architecture itself, as well as the wider cultural context it was created in.
Her sculptural arrangements deal with a fascinating correspondence taking place between subconscious materials, unspoken and unseen, and the way these layers of information activate conscious areas across the surface. Sasportas’ Active Consciousness films, which were made over a course of more than seven years, present relatively simple actions, yet such that provoke a deep and condense discussion about the manner in which we experience, understand and project our own personal stories on reality.
This series as well as others have brought Sasportas’ works to receive meaningful recognition as an artist with clear political relevance. Sasportas represented Israel in the 2007 Venice Biennial, and has presented more than ten international solo exhibitions during the last decade, in venues such as The Kunsthalle Basel, The Berkley Museum of Art, San Francisco, The Kunstverein Braunschweig, DA2 Domus Atrium, Salamanca, and The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
Sasportas is a senior professor at the Bezalel Academy for Art and Design in Jerusalem. She works in Tel Aviv and Berlin and is also a lecturer in the International Academy of Consciousness (Germany and the US).