I discovered my enthusiasm and love for children early on. Hence, this led to my wish to become a physiotherapist for children. I view my career as a something that continuously challenges me, but also gives me a lot of joy.
|since Nov 2017||Resumption of my work in Wilhelminen Hospital|
|since April 2016||Resumption of my activity in practice|
|2015 — 2017||parental leave (Pausing my activity in the Wilhelminen Hospital)|
|2015||Birth of my daughter|
|since 1998||I constantly visit training and further education, which I list here and under treatment methods not all|
|since 2002||Employed at the Wilhelmina Hospital, Children’s Hospital, Glanzing; active on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), as well as follow-up and diagnostics of former in-patients|
|Training for Bobath (refresher course) and Hippo therapist certification (Bobathrefresher 2013)|
|Teaching at the Wilhelmina Hospital Academy (subject taught — paediatrics and co-supervision of theses and the development of a parent brochure|
|Improvement in English as a result of a student exchange in the USA and a trip around the world in 2007/08|
|2000||Physiotherapist at Life Coaching Friesing in Germany: field of responsibility as an External Group Supervisor for special education pre-schools and schools, as well as supervision of children aged 0–6 years with developmental delays.|
|1998||Leoben Children’s Hospital (very varied field of activity)|
Diploma from the KFJ Academy Vienna for Physiotherapeutic Services
In my spare time I am passionate about traveling and getting to know other cultures as well as photography, children, activities in nature, the mountains, hiking, reading, and above all, riding specifically learning classical dressage by Philippe Karl (a special riding method).