Who am I?
Psychosocial wellbeing is a field that is really blooming. The focus here lies on evolving from what we have to do (statutory requirements) to what we are able to do (extra preventative initiatives).
This is the thinking I use to support organisations in their psychosocial aspects. My aim at all times is to optimise things. This is the stance I take to look at issues such as conflict, absenteeism, aggression and stress. And I always try to achieve a win-win situation for both employee and employer.
In my spare time I like to get out and about: walking and city trips.
Keep it simple"
I carry out psychosocial risk analyses using the Sonar tool. I also conduct individual discussions and help coach people about stress, burnout and change. In addition, I develop total stress.
As the person responsible for the content of the psychosocial discipline within Mensura, I develop new products. I also optimise the existing offering and keep a close eye on our quality guarantee and the service we provide.
Prevention adviser psychosocial aspects and responsible for the psychosocial discipline – Mensura
Research manager – Keystone Network
2004 – 2011
Management coaching – Axa Bank
Staff career coaching – Vokans
Supplementary training psychosocial prevention adviser level 1
Postgraduate integrative psychology
2008 – 2011
Master’s in psychology, majoring in occupational and organisational psychology
1994 – 2004
Every organisation deserves a psychosocial win-win for employee and employer. Including yours. Motivate your employees and allow them to grow with the training courses at Mensura Learn&Connect about ‘Confidential Counsellor’, ‘First Aid Mental Health’ and ‘Resilience’.