Andreia Lungulescu

Andreia Lungulescu

People and Organizational Development Senior Consultant / Clinical Psychologist / Coach
Project Management Human Resources Consulting / Freelancing / Entrepreneur Lifestyle / Coaching / Personal development Psychology / Psychotherapy
Munich, Germany

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  • Session: 100RON / one hour

I would describe myself as having a dual career. On one side, I have dedicated the last 13 years of my career to deepening and broadening my Human Resources Consultant expertise.

On the other side, I pursued a Master's Degree in Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy, a certification in Co-active Coaching and, recently a certification in Schema Therapy. The common denominator of these two paths is the human factor, the individual that is at the core of all successful multinational companies, of emerging tech start-ups but also at the core of tightly-knit communities and loving families.
Combining the depth and thoroughness of the psychotherapeutic dialogue with the energy and mindfulness of the coaching process, I want to support moms, and women, in general, to understand, design and live the best version of their life!

• Gain clarity and insight in complex emotional situations
• Build up cognitive and emotional resilience, when faced with setbacks, short-coming and challenges
• Develop emotional agility, as a core skill for building, nurturing and maintaining healthy relations
• Develop a compassionate mindset, as a cornerstone of emotional self-regulation and building up self-esteem

I would describe myself as having a dual career. On one side, I have dedicated the last 14 years of my career to deepening and broadening my Human Resources Consultant expertise. On the other side, I pursued a Master’s Degree in Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy, a certification in Co-active Coaching, and, recently a certification in Schema Therapy.

The common denominator of these two paths is the human factor, the individual at the core of all successful multinational companies, emerging tech start-ups, and at the core of tightly-knit communities and loving families.

I cannot actually point out a moment in time and space where I realized what I wanted to do. It was and is more of a life-long process. A sequence of decisions, good and bad, of fortunate and unfortunate events, of trials and errors that helped me understand what I like, what I dislike, what I am good at, and most of all, what profession is aligned with my values and dreams.

For me, work-life balance is an ongoing beautiful and surprising triathlon. Some parts are easy. They come naturally because I spent a lot of time practising and enforcing healthy boundaries between my work and personal life. I love those periods; they give me so much joy and satisfaction. And then, the more challenging sections come along, where I need to put in the extra conscious effort to close the laptop and be present and invest in my beloved ones.
Sometimes I succeed, and sometimes I am reminded of what is truly important in life. Overall, it is quite a joy ride!

Being a mentor is a side of myself that I cherish and continuously nurture and develop. It is wonderful and meaningful to give back to the community the care, kindness, lessons, and guidance that I received from strong, influential female leaders, teachers, colleagues, friends, and kindred spirits.

I would say: “Life is an endless series of do-it-yourself projects. They should be imperfect and personal because good enough is good enough when they have meaning to you and, most of all, when they serve a higher version of yourself. Keep at it and enjoy the process!”