Understanding the mind as participatory sensemaking

 I focus most strongly on the strong influencing processes that most often can be characterized as unspoken and relational, i.e. shared, implicit and intersubjective processes carried through social breathing . They include both cognitive, behavioral and emotional aspects, as well as perspectives from embodiment and enactment, all in the aim to understand human life as participatory sensemaking.

My background is in developing individuals and groups outside the clinical realm as well as in psychological treatment and assessment. As a researcher, psychologist and process-leader

Recently came backe from  SPSP20 in New Orleans where I finally presented our metaphor of Social Breathing together with prof. Emily Butler (AZ).