Jacqueline Schepers-Huijben
Jacqueline Schepers-Huijben

Please allow me to introduce myself...

My name is Jacqueline Schepers-Huijben. Above all else I'm an 'emotional archaeologist' and  wondering entrepreneur. I'm also wife to my loving husband, mother to two darling children (2008 and 2010) and 'mum' to our lovely Welsh Springer Spaniel Gizmo and English Cocker Spaniel Ollie.

I started the 'Train the Professional' training of CoreTalents in 2018 and after succesfully having completed the training, I may now officially call myself a registered CoreTalents analyst.
My experience as a secondary school teacher of English, teacher trainer, student counsellor, coordinator of dyslexia and specialist in gifted education among others, have given me a lot of insight in human character, which has helped me enormously as an analyst. In addition my childhood spent in Egypt and Mexico has provided me with understanding and insight into different cultures and in such also the tools to help both adults as young adults to gain insight in their small, half and strong CoreTalents and a grip on their lives in the process. Making the right choices when it comes to choosing a study-course or the right profession based on energy generators instead of energy consumers forms a solid base to build a happy and healthy life. Insight into your own apptitude will provide you with new opportunities to excel on the job market. It will help prevent both burnout and boreout. 

I started my own company 'Achter de Spiegel' (Dutch translation for Lewis Caroll's 'Through the Looking Glass') with the intention of helping people find their right place in life, as a CoreTalents analist, but also as a specialist in the highly gifted and as a student guidance counsellor.

"I must be an emotional archaeologist because I keep looking for the roots of things, particularly the roots of behavior and why I feel certain ways about certain things."

- Fred Rogers, 'The World According to Mister Rogers'

Middle picture taken by Wendy Boon Fotografie
Left picture taken by Sarina Uilenberg from Studio Zwartlicht