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CosmoKidz

Marit Eikaas Haavimb

Marit Eikaas Haavimb, (CQSW, Cand.Mag., MABPSS) is a partly retired social worker, educator and a lifelong learner. She has been a board member of the CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution since 2012 and is a co-developer of CosmoKidz—a set of educational activities to support children and young people in making better social worlds. She has co-authored and written books and chapters on self-development and communication based on, amongst other things, CMM theory and practice.

Returning to Norway after many years abroad, she taught Social Work and Organisational Management at the VID Specialized University in Oslo. Today, she runs her own private coaching and consulting practice. She always seeks to weave theory and systemic practice, combining them in her consulting, teaching, and training individuals and groups. Her personal life experiences intertwine in her approach: How do we grow and live fully and with a sense of purpose and meaning into sickness as well as health? How can we embrace life fully in all its complexity? What can help us in doing so?

Co-developing CosmoKidz reflects her deep engagement in teaching children and young people communication skills needed to grow and live well together into the 21st century.

CosmoKidz

Marit Eikaas Haavimb

Marit Eikaas Haavimb, (CQSW, Cand.Mag., MABPSS) is a partly retired social worker, educator and a lifelong learner. She has been a board member of the CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution since 2012 and is a co-developer of CosmoKidz—a set of educational activities to support children and young people in making better social worlds. She has co-authored and written books and chapters on self-development and communication based on, amongst other things, CMM theory and practice.

Returning to Norway after many years abroad, she taught Social Work and Organisational Management at the VID Specialized University in Oslo. Today, she runs her own private coaching and consulting practice. She always seeks to weave theory and systemic practice, combining them in her consulting, teaching, and training individuals and groups. Her personal life experiences intertwine in her approach: How do we grow and live fully and with a sense of purpose and meaning into sickness as well as health? How can we embrace life fully in all its complexity? What can help us in doing so?

Co-developing CosmoKidz reflects her deep engagement in teaching children and young people communication skills needed to grow and live well together into the 21st century.