Following a 15-year of professional architectural career, Sibel Aksu Güngör received an MBA (Art Management) and a Ph.D. degree (Anthropology) with research focused on the practice and culture of collecting. Her doctoral dissertation The Collective and Individual Aspects of Idiocentric Collecting” was based on five years of fieldwork where she focused on the relationship between cognitive processes, culture, and the material world with an interdisciplinary approach. She lectured on Anthropological Theory, Psychological Anthropology, and Cognitive Anthropology in undergraduate and graduate anthropology and psychology programs of various universities in Turkey. In addition to presenting her research at scientific meetings, she published articles and gave seminars on non-academic platforms to make academic knowledge accessible. She determined that psychological and cognitive anthropology, as well as qualitative research methods, had common topics with the practice of coaching. In 2019, she received her ICF certificate as a professional coach. Focusing on the relationship between cognitive processes and social problems, she develops projects that offer solutions to relevant issues. She produces interdisciplinary content for training programs and projects that contributes to the fields of anthropology, psychology, and coaching. She is a member of the European Network for Psychological Anthropology (ENPA) affiliated with theEuropean Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA). She is the mother of two inspirational kids.