Nadine supports her clients in their exploration of self, their efforts to integrate cognitive, emotional, relational, somatic and spiritual dimensions, and to reconnect with their authentic presence and deepen their mindfulness. She employs a number of tools from the fields of integral coaching, adult ego maturity development, internal family systems approach to self-leadership, the Hakomi method of somatic experiential therapy, and the Riso Hudson enneagram approach. Furthermore, she draws from her international experience in consulting and coaching for change with a focus on systemic change, adaptive leadership, organizational learning, intercultural communication, and team building. She encourages her clients to practice embodied consciousness and engage into collective intelligence to deal with increasingly complex adaptive systems.
She lived and worked fourteen years in Africa for UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) and the private sector (Angola, Mozambique, Nigeria, Togo, Gabon and Tanzania) and 12 years in the Middle East (Lebanon) accumulating experiential knowledge in situ. She is multicultural and multilingual (French, English, Norwegian, Arabic, and a working knowledge of Portuguese). She is an author and co-author of reflections and research published in the UK (Palgrave Macmillan), USA (Reflections, the SoL Journal) and South Africa (Journal of Convergence Axius Publishing).