The behavioural approach

To facilitate and promote development, we support our clients in finding a balance between closeness and distance, between continuity and change. We address what individuals need in order to find their way in new and complex situations; what they need to remain capable of acting and making decisions without losing contact with oneself and others. Usually, the behavioural approach offers very pragmatic solutions.


The psychodynamic approach helps us to understand the underlying themes that guide organisations and individuals.


The behavioural approach aims to create a connection between understanding and realization. It is about developing strategies, which create options and shape the path to translate knowledge into practice.


The systemic perspective combines both approaches and describes the effects of potential interventions on individuals and organisations, as well as the interactions involved with such interventions.