• About Gunter

    The Short Story...

    Gunter is a psychologist, speaker, author, mentor, coach and facilitator with over 30 years of experience in counseling and organisational development.


    After more than 40 years of experience Gunter’s passionate perspectives on what makes human beings thrive make him a very insightful commentator and speaker. His aim is to stimulate your mind, touch your heart, and inspire your soul. Gunter is a psychologist, speaker, author, mentor, coach and facilitator with over 40 years of experience in counseling and organizational development.


    We all have a story. Stories that touch us the most are about that moment when we make the choice to be real, to drop any pretense of pride, power and position. In that telling moment we step into a new space where our ability to overcome fear allows us to be truly authentic in our relationship to the world. In that moment we become fully human. Gunter's upcoming literary projects include his historical novel Mountains of the Sea, which has been acquired by Bonfire Cinema Publishing, along with a new co-authored trilogy with Lorin Josephson called The Brian Poole Mysteries. He also self-published the non-fiction book Making Good Men Great: Surfing the New Wave of Masculinity, available wherever books are sold.


    In both the personal and professional sphere, Gunter has successfully worn many hats. Added to his education, experience and eloquence it allows him to develop a relationship with someone that ignites their aspirations.


    In today’s world, the challenge to be ‘perfect’ is a constant source of stress. Gunter firmly believes that each person has to find their ‘own bliss’. His part in that journey is to engage with the person he is working with to unlock their aspirations, align them to their vision and to help keep them inspired.


    Gunter is exceptional in facilitating outcomes in learning, productivity, and communication by providing a safe environment with unobtrusive assistance and guidance wherein participants experience the flow between content and context. His skill in utilizing philosophical and psychological methods enhances the participants experience in the process.