Viney Lugani is a clinical psychologist, neurolinguist, intercultural communication trainer as well as industrial and organizational psychologist. His focus is on communication in the health care and business sectors.
When he is not travelling as a trainer, he advises, influenced by his cultural background (according to the principles of Ayurveda – the science of life and yoga) in questions of nutrition and health and also offers his own method of mourning work due to his personal near-death experience as a 13 year old and later after the death of his mother through his own grief management.
He describes himself as an addicted networker; online learner as well as humanist and philanthropic visionary, who would like to see the world of Gene Roddenberry (Star Trek) partially realized.
Who am I?
I was born in India in 1965 and contracted polio at the age of 6 months. My family then emigrated first to England and then to Germany, where they settled in Berlin. That’s where I grew up.
Due to my experiences during a 1 year stay in an orthopaedic hospital I decided at the age of 13 to become a child psychologist. Already after 2 semesters I changed direction within psychology. I became a clinical psychologist as well as an industrial and organizational psychologist.
But I discovered my greatest passion in communicative psychology. After studying psychology, I took a further training course as a neurolinguist and today, in addition to my work as an intercultural communication trainer and business coach, I also teach neurolinguistic programming as a DVNLP trainer. My focus is on communication in health and business.