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Julia Onken began studying at the Academy of Applied Psychology in Zurich after the birth of her second child. She has worked as a psychologist in prisons, in adult education, and as a therapist in private practice. In 1987, she founded the women's seminar Bodensee (FSB), the only institution in Switzerland that allows all women to undergo training with a recognized degree or training, regardless of age, occupation, or qualifications. She also writes nonfiction books, including some bestsellers that have been translated into numerous languages.
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