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Consultation  Supervision  Coaching

for relatives, professionals and institutions
who accompany individuals in the autism spectrum

Since the quality of the relationship is not only important for the autistic person himself, but also for his relatives and professional carers, both sides are equally in the focus of my therapeutic process work. On the one hand, it is about building bridges into these unknown worlds and facilitating authentic encounters; on the other hand, it is about cultivating a mindful approach to oneself and being willing to learn in the interaction with the other person.


The concept teaches methods and techniques for successful contact and relationship building in everyday life. Through a systemic view at the whole environment, resources and stressors as well as through methods of mindfulness, we can sustainably strengthen our self-efficacy and resilience in our personal and professional actions. In order to develop confidence in the professional practice, interaction patterns and countertransference phenomena are reflected upon in a resource-oriented way. Particularly in the helping professions it is important to have good access to one's own emotions and to continuously revise one's own pedagogical approach.


Situations and case examples from everyday practice are explored and solutions are developed. Central methods and techniques for positive relationship building can directly be used and implemented in the pedagogical and psychosocial context.

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Content & Focus


  • Possibilities of non-verbal relationship building

  • Use of the body's own resources, such as voice, timbre, breathing and movement

  • Analyses and self-reflection of one's own work

  • Balancing act between closeness and distance

  • Challenging behavior in the context of relationships

  • Mental hygiene and mindfulness in educational and psychosocial everyday life (recognizing own stress patterns)

  • Self-competence, self-efficacy and resilience

  • Boundaries, body signals and countertransference

  • System competence: Team development, group interventions, stable supply chains, case reviews, etc. through constellation work

Support for autism-specific institutions

The psychosocial sector is currently experiencing an intensive process of change. A multitude of points of friction can be observed. Especially in turbulent times, it is important to develop conflict resolution strategies that sustainably strengthen the team so that a form of cooperation can emerge in which all staff members can build up strength and optimally support their autistic clients. The basis for a profound and sustainable relationship is a stable and at the same time dynamic environment, which is jointly developed within the framework of the process work through workshops, concrete supervision and case discussions, among other things.

First Module
  • Preliminary interviews: Identification of individual challenges in the practical environment and within the team

  • Seminars: Introduction to the concept of relationship building

  • Exercises based on practical applications of the presented methods

  • Planning and guidance of the first conceptual units (space, materials, methodology)

  • Setting goals for pedagogical practice within the team and for a cooperative workflow

Second Module
  • Integration of the methods in everyday life

  • Instructions for documentation and creation of video material

  • Methods of critical self-reflection

  • Ongoing analysis of intervention techniques

  • Case discussions and development of concrete and practice-proven solutions

  • Individual and group supervisions

  • Development of a collective mindset of the team

Third Module
  • Reflection workshops: In-depth elaboration of the developed topics

  • Application of the methods in challenging situations (deescalation)

  • Evaluation of the results with concrete recommendations for practice

  • Group supervision

  • Developing strategies for optimising teamwork and team cohesion

  • Identifying potential conflicts

  • Developing a cooperative dialogue

Achieve more together.

The process as goal

  • Team support and stabilisation

  • Developing a cooperative pedagogical practice

  • Discussion of case studies

  • Identifying conflicts and developing solutions

  • Promoting identification with the institution and its values

  • Improving communication, interaction and cooperation within the team

  • Ensuring the quality of the work

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Lectures  Workshops Training

Participants are introduced to the methods and techniques by means of individually designed specialised lectures, workshops and/or further training. Practical applications of the different methods are presented. Through targeted exercises, the participants have the opportunity to internalize the processes and tools presented so that they can later use them in practice.

Acute Autism Support


If you or someone in your family suspect autism, I support you personally, by telephone or online on your journey to diagnosis and treatment. Further information...

Costs & Funding


Every collaboration is individual. To create a concept tailored to your needs, a cost plan and possible procurement of funding*, please contact me.

*especially for relatives of people with autism

That's what my clients say

“For five years I have been caring for a young autistic man who I have grown very fond of. However, the care is often demanding, for example if his mood suddenly changes, then it is difficult to reach him.

Working with Ms. Chill, I primarily learned a lot about myself and I practice reflecting on my work and becoming more relaxed every day. This also carries over to the relationship with my client. Overall, our relationship is much more authentic and less determined by pedagogical rules. This is particularly noticeable in escalating situations. It's easier for me to stay calm and connect with him."

– Ms. G., caregiver in 
an autism-specific facility

“Basically, the project turned our entire facility upside down. In the beginning it was a big challenge for everyone. However, it quickly turned out to be a comprehensive solution to many problems and conflicts that had accumulated over the years. Through the intensive care of Ms. Chill over several weeks, my team and I were able to learn valuable techniques for dealing with our residents in a healing way, but also for dealing with each other. We now have new structures and open communication within the team. Every employee is included in weekly meetings. As a result, more trust and joy returned to everyday life. You can feel that in the work with our residents.”

– Ms. KM, house manager of
a residential facility
for adults with autism

" I have to admit that my husband and I were becoming increasingly tense and overwhelmed. I had the feeling of always giving my all and yet I was alone with my eternal self-doubt... What did I do wrong, what could I have done better...? We worked with Ms. Chill on a regular basis for over six months. The entire environment of our daughter (19) was included. The time felt like an intense phase of self-discovery and led to a fundamental relief. Thanks to Ms. Chill's professional coaching, the cohesion of our family was enormously strengthened. The atmosphere is much more relaxed now and I feel very supported by everyone. Due to our daughter's impairment, there are of course certain challenges in everyday life, but we deal with them differently now.

– Helen, mother of an autistic daughter

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