Mindful Work for the benefit of All
Stephan Pende and Jetthe Fabioola Wormland have created a unique method through the synergy and the co-creative impulses of their work together.
For many years both of them have developed a specific approach that has proven to support many people on their journey. It is a good mixture of making underlying aspects not only visible but also guiding to ones´own responsibilities and self healing powers.
The history of their work
Coming from their background of Buddhism as well as Psychotherapy, specific methods of Dream Work and the approach of Radiant mind, they lovingly provide a suitable support for everyone on an inner path.
Stephan Wormland, born 1965 in Germany, has studied and practiced meditation in multiple traditions for over 30 years. He has a master’s degree in clinical psychology, trained in Gestalt therapy and worked in a psychiatric hospital.
He lived as an ordained monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years and, during that time, served as the director of Nalanda Monastery in the south of France and spent a total of 4 years in group and solitary retreats. The main teacher of Stephan is Lama Zopa Rinpoche, the spiritual director of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).
Currently he is the resident teacher of the Center for Visdom og Medfølelse in Copenhagen and teaches meditation in Buddhist Centers around Europe. Since 2009 he has been studying Radiant Mind with Peter Fenner and completed the Nondual Teacher Training and he is a senior trainer and program adviser of the Potential Project.
Jetthe Fabioola, born 1960 in Denmark, MA in Anthropology, mother of two children and co-founder of the Danish Association for the Study of Dreams and Børneuniversitetet på Vesterbro.
Trained by Monte Ullman and Lene and Ole Vedfelt she conducts dream groups and leads pedagogical dreamwork and Dream Drama. She has been leading groups for women and children since 2004.
Jetthe is influenced by 25 years of apprenticeship with wise men and women; 20 years of Mindfulness practice; as an anthropologist specializing in dreams and child culture; in classical Jungian psychoanalysis; in leadership training with Dr. Montague Ullman; cybernetic dream-work at the Vedfelt Institute and body dynamic therapy with Ian Ratcliff. She is supervised and trained in the Vedfeltinstitutet, by Art-therapist Birthe Glud and Jungian Analyst Pia Skogeman.