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Frequently Asked Questions

Coaching is a collaborative process where a coach helps you set and achieve personal and professional goals through guidance, support, and accountability. Psychedelic coaching, specifically, helps you integrate and understand experiences from non-ordinary states of consciousness (NOSC) such as those induced by psychedelics, meditation, or breathwork. It focuses on holistic personal growth and healing, addressing the body, mind, and soul.

Support around sexuality offers a safe, non-judgmental space to explore your sexual identity and desires. It helps improve intimacy, address concerns, and build a healthier sexual life. By talking openly and honestly, you can understand yourself better and feel more confident in your relationships.

Practicing healthy boundaries and communication skills can enhance your intimate connections, ensuring that you feel respected and understood. We work on removing taboos and promoting self-awareness, allowing for a more open and authentic exploration of your sexuality.

We provide compassionate support and a safe space to navigate the complex emotions of loss. We help you find meaning and move forward at your own pace. It’s about holding space for your grief, offering guidance, and helping you heal in a way that feels right for you.

By addressing and removing taboos around death and grief, we encourage open conversations and personal growth through the grieving process. Our support includes understanding the natural cycles of life and death, creating rituals to honor your loved ones, and finding a sense of peace and acceptance.

One of the tribe members shared,

“I want to live healthier, focusing on nutrition and exercise. But staying consistent has been tough.”

She knew she needed a balanced diet and regular workouts. Yet, she hadn’t explored the ‘why’ behind her goals. Setting a weight loss goal without a strong reason, like wanting to feel better or impressing a partner, can lack the drive to stick with it. Old habits often overpower new intentions.

She could see a nutritionist for a diet plan, but that’s only effective if she’s motivated to follow it. Many people struggle despite having plans, showing the real value of coaching.

On the surface, setting a goal, making a plan, and checking commitment seems straightforward. Digging deeper might show motivations tied to outside pressures—partners, doctors, or society. Goals based on external factors often fail. But when motivation is real and personal, obstacles become easier to overcome.

Now, my client sees herself as vibrant and healthy. She’s starting to notice patterns, like emotional eating or eating in front of the TV, affecting her digestion. Recognizing these habits is the first step to change. A mindset coach can quickly spot and address these subconscious habits, even without being a nutritionist. The real challenge isn’t knowing what needs changing, but having the skills to make those changes stick and break through barriers.


The term ‘coaching’ often gets misunderstood. Many people claiming to be coaches don’t actually use coaching techniques, but that’s okay as long as it works for both parties. For example, consulting is about sharing expertise. I once needed help with setting up my business and handling accounting—this is knowledge transfer, not coaching.


Coaching isn’t therapy. Coaches help set and achieve goals but don’t deal with trauma. If deep issues arise, a coach will suggest seeing a therapist. Therapy is usually a longer process that digs into deeper concerns. Many people, including myself, benefit from both therapy and coaching as they complement each other well. Coaching focuses on actions to achieve future goals.


While friends are great for sharing dreams and getting feedback, they can’t replace professional coaching. Friends and family, due to their emotional ties, might lack the objectivity needed for true progress. Their advice, although well-meaning, can sometimes hold you back. As one client said,

“Talking with you consistently offers fresh insights and optimism—something I rarely experience with my peers.”


Free exploration call or personal meeting (preferred) for 90 minutes to see if we are a good match, free of charge. We’ll explore your current situation and identify key areas to focus on, setting the foundation for our coaching journey.


Minimum working time together: 3 months. You need to be committed to your personal growth

12 coaching sessions, each 90 minutes, via weekly video calls. Combines conversation and tools to dive deep into your current state.

One personal meeting per month is mandatory (we’ll find a solution if you’re outside Switzerland).


Based on our agreements, we can tailor the coaching structure to fit your specific needs and life situation.

Feel if their message, presence, or testimonials resonate with you. Use your gut feeling :)

Feel free to explore the Swiss market. Coaching sessions are typically 150-1000 CHF per hour.

I’m always offering individual pricing as this way I can better accommodate your actual life situation.