About the founder

Lotte Weaver holds master’s degrees in Psychology and Communication. She is a certified Enneagram coach, Team Coach and Master coach. She also holds certifications and has attended numerous courses in alternative practices and has developed a toolbox that includes yoga, meditation, sense training and healing.

She has several years of leadership and consultancy experience in large organizations where she is specialized in strategy, leadership, workshop and seminar development and facilitation, change management and personal development.

She has been a member of Better Psychiatry (Bedre Psykiatri) for several years and been active in both the local board, the regional union and in The Psychiatric Unions of the Capital Region (Psykiatriforeningernes Fællesråd i Region Hovedstaden).

She currently holds a position on the Advisory Board of the Arts of Transformation where “We recognize the ability of the arts to connect the rational with the irrational and actively make use of that connection to create change for people and society.”

She participates actively in  political settings regarding alternatives to the psychiatric strategy.

Most importantly, Lotte is the mother of a daughter who has been severely mentally ill and has experiences that make her ready to face and meet any personal story. Her passion is in helping families through the storm of facing mental illness and to develop the broader understanding and real treatment of mental health issues and severe mental illness.

Next year, Lotte will release her family’s book ‘Beautifully Broken’ about her family’s experience with mental illness, psychiatry and the alternatives to psychiatry that saved her family. The book is a new way of viewing mental illness and treatment.

Lotte Weaver

Founder of EMBOLC

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