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Dipl. oec. troph. (Degree in Oecotrophology) Dagmar Härle, Masters in Psychotraumatology (Univ. of Zurich)

• Born 1961 in Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance
• Commercial training
• Studies of Nutritional Science at the University in Giessen, Germany - major in Nutrition Consultation
• Company founding: Practice for nutrition consultation, trainings, courses and lectures; team with 6 employees
• Advanced training in behavioral therapy, conversational therapy, and group dynamics
• Training as a teaching trainer and teaching coach (DVNLP)
• Self-employed trainer and coach for communication and personality development, Institute for NLP Trainings
• Advanced training in systemic organizational consulting and change management
• Work as change management consultant and coach at the ILOI management consultancy in Munich
• Change management consultant and coach at BMW in Munich
• Move to Basel, Switzerland
• Advanced trainings in workplace health promotion (SUVA)
• Practice for coaching and conversational therapy; business trainings in the area of workplace health promotion
• Trainings as Cert. Practitioner of Somatic Experiencing (SE) and advanced training in EMDR
• Practice for trauma therapy and coaching
• Yoga teacher RYT 200 and Kundalini Yoga
• Degree course: Master of Arts in Psychotraumatology at the University of Zurich
• Cert. Facilitator TCTSY (Trauma-Sensitive Yoga,  Trauma Center Boston)
• Expert supervisor for Trauma Therapy (GPTG)

Specialized books:
• Trauma-Sensitive Yoga - published by Singing Dragon*
• Praxisbuch traumasensitives Yoga  - Über die heilende Wirkung von Yoga bei komplexen Traumata (Practice Manual for Trauma-Sensitive Yoga - On the Healing Effect of Yoga in Complex Traumas) - published in German by Junfermann Verlag
• Trauma und Coaching - Traumasignale erkennen und professionell handeln (Trauma and Coaching: Recognizing Trauma Signals and Taking Professional Action) - will be published by Junfermann Verlag in autumn 2017

*Translation

 
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