Marlene Lindmair

About me


My name is Marlene Lindmair. I am available to you as a psychological counsellor.

A little more than four years ago I started my own online practice.
I decided to work online because I was in a long-distance relationship at the time and wanted to work independently of location. Now we live under one roof for most of the year, but I still didn’t want to be deprived of the freedom and flexibility that this form of work offers, and so I enjoy seeing the majority of my clients online and also offering workshops and seminars on various topics in person.

What else there is to know about me:

I am cheerful, freedom-loving, love to travel and am a heart person with a strong head

In my free time I cycle, read and travel.

Since I graduated from High-School I have travelled the world and lived in different countries and cities. My first great experience were 8 months in India, followed by an Erasmus semester in Granada (Spain), a year of teaching German in Almeria (Spain) and visits to New Zealand, Thailand and Indonesia as well as other fascinating countries.

I am fascinated by the world, nature, languages, people and cultures.

Intercultural relationships are the “salt to my soup”. I know the challenges that come with it, but also the learning and the growing.

Strong heart connections to people make life rich for me, as well as movement, inspiring books and nature.

I feel gratitude towards
my parents and siblings
my life partner
my friends

Jorge Bucay, Gerold Hüther and all the other personalities who inspired me
my precious teacher Martin Sourek and precious companions* Petra and Grant

psychologische online Beratung Marlene Lindmair

Diploma training as systemic-phenomenological counsellor / psychological counselling / life and social counselling (Institut Dr. Martin Sourek)

Diploma course Movement of the Soul – the new family constellation according to Dr. Martin Sourek

Diploma training as systemic kinesiologist

Advanced training seminar “Dialogue Work and System Constellation” with Siegfried Essen and Eelco de Geus


Languages: German, English, Spanish

Bachelor´s degree in primary education (PH Vienna) and two years of teaching experience as a teacher for children with difficulties

Further training in “German as a foreign/second language”, cultural and social anthropology

Publication: Justeco – Human rights for all children 

Systemic Counselling

Besides behavioral therapy and psychoanalysis, the systemic approach is the most widely used approach to counselling. I look at problems in relation to the respective social system in the respective context. Both in the classical counselling situation of the individual conversation and in family constellations in the group or at the board in classical as well as spiritual and experimental family constellations.

The individual is not considered independently of his environment, but embedded in a holistic environment consisting of interactions.

Systemic thinking is an extended way of thinking, which refers to the fact that human beings are social and therefore relationship-oriented living beings.

The systemic approach is supported by systems theory. This is the science of interactions and the mutual influence of the respective sub-elements.

The focus is always on the client. Systemic interrelationships are considered in order to find a solution. The solution is based on existing resources.

The systemic-phenomenological approach is aimed at helping people to reach their true core of being.