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About me

Holding space for playful self-expression, exploration and transformation.

Since my childhood artistic expression played a very big role in my life, helping me to deal with my emotions. Writing and painting have always been sources of pleasure for me and helped me through more difficult times in my life.

During my work as a physician I realized that the mind is the greatest force for our wellbeing. Our mental health affects almost every part of our lives, which is why we have to take extra good care of it. 

It was my intuition that drew me towards studying art therapy, leading me to combine my knowledge from my medical career with my experiences in the fine arts and art therapy. This way I create a holistic view on health, well-being and self-development, enabling people to connect with their creativity in order to overcome life's challenges.

Hands of Thuli Wolf molding clay from above

It is my mission to create a space that allows you to explore your unconsciousness in a playful and creative manner. 

This way you can live a more creative and therefor healthier life.

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Thuli Wolf Art Coach

Curriculum Vitae:

Art Therapy Education

  • M.A. Art Therapy, School of Art Berlin-Weißensee (2020 - 2023)

Art Therapy Training

  • Internship, child and adolescent psychiatry, Praxis Dr. Hein, Berlin (2022-2023)
  • Internship, Open Studio "Arthe", Berlin (2021)
  • Internship, child and adolescent psychiatry at Vivantes Clinic, Berlin (2020)

Art Education

  • Summer School, Art School Wladimir Prib, Berlin (2021)
  • Portfolio Course, Art School Wladimir Prib, (2019)

Medical Education

  • Medical School, Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle (2008-2015)
  • Medical School, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich (2015-2016)

Medical Work

  • Physician, Berlin Centre for Travel & Tropical Medicine (BCRT), Berlin (2020 - ongoing)
  • Physician, Eye clinic at the Opera, Munich (2017-2018)
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