Who am I?
Ilona Masurka Chebaani
Today I know that most of the years of my life up to now, I did not know who I really am and what I really want. So I identified myself mainly through my profession or with the family I was born into. After the many special encounters and personal processes on my paths, I can say today:
I am a woman with a relentless urge for my own truth. And always looking to find the right answers to the important questions in life.
A big thank you
To Prof. Franz Ruppert in Munich/Germany and Vivian Broughton in London/England for the many years of intensive training and accompaniment of my own self-encounters in identity-oriented psychotrauma therapy and theory.
For the wonderful trauma and co- dependency work with
Dr. Thomas Trobe and Amana Trobe in Italy and Switzerland.
For the many beautiful but also challenging moments that I was able to experience as a midwife with the mothers and their children and their families.
Especially to my son , who brought me into connection with my hidden depths with his birth.