Halko Weiss, Ph.D.
Halko is an accredited Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapy Lecturer who has been a psychotherapist for over 30 years. He has taught psychotherapeutic skills at the Universities of Hamburg and Marburg (in Germany) and the Eastern Institute of Technology in New Zealand. Halko is a founding Senior Trainer of the US, German, Australian and New Zealand Hakomi Institutes, co-creating the curriculi used world-wide today. Halko is the author of numerous publications, among them (in German) the “Handbook of Somatic Psychology” and “The Mindfulness Book”. He is currently an International Trainer and Corporate Consultant and Coach, leading training programs on emotional intelligence in the workplace, body psychotherapy, interpersonal effectiveness and couples therapy.
Maci Daye, Ed.S, Ed.M
Maci is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Hakomi Trainer, Certified Master Career Counselor and Life Coach who operates LifeWorks Seminars & Counseling, Inc. in Atlanta, GA, USA. Maci has graduate degrees in Education and Counseling from Harvard and Georgia State Universities and is a Level II Intermediate Practitioner of Somatic Experiencing, the trauma work developed by Peter Levine. Maci has been practicing Hakomi for 25 years and served on the US Hakomi Institute Board of Directors. She has been on the Hakomi faculty since 2001 and is the Lead Trainer in Minnesota and North Carolina, in the US. Maci has a particular interest in sexual enrichment for couples, and has developed a series of training programs, called Passion and Presence®, on the art of Mindful Sex.