Being a Clinical Psychologist and a Christian has been a long learning curve. Sometimes a confusing and conflicting experience. During my process of working through the maze of psychology and trying to fit a Biblical basis for understanding and helping people, I found a passion and maybe even a gift of transferring what I’ve learned.
My private practice led to an experience of being limited in my impact, although one-on one consultations are powerful and effective, I wanted to reach a wider audience. I became aware of a need in communities to be empowered with the knowledge of psychology and life coaching. I want to share the ideas and knowledge I have gained with others who could benefit from it and might not be able to afford it. Consequently, Matters of the Soul started.
My wife Elsie is a great life partner and walks with me through life’s ups and downs. Our two wonderful children, Amelia and Benjemin, keeps it real and exciting! The difficulties of living keeps me on my knees, where I am really at my best. My relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ is the spring from which all of this flow, truly where I find Life.
I am a peoples' person by nature and love being there for people in their time of need.
I contribute to Matters of the Soul in an administrative role and also as Erich's wife I walk the road alongside him.
I enjoy doing life together with him and our beatiful two children.
I love people. I love to see how people grow. To give my time to make change possible and the process as easy as possible brings me great joy.
I am married to Quintus and thoroughly enjoy our journey together.
i in love with life and sharing it with people is part of my involvement in Matters of the Soul.