s a young boy I wanted to be an archaeologist. I was interested in magic and mysticism and was captivated by stories of ancient civilizations. I was sensitive, often felt isolated and struggled with the intensity of my emotions. I became intrigued with the feelings of others and the origins of the emotions we share. Through attempting to understand other people I began to feel better understood myself.

I play percussion, I paint and I enjoy making things. Nature and music bring me peace and inspiration. I am interested in the healing properties of plants and in the natural wisdom that is embedded in every culture.

For ten years I studied psychology, sociology, integrative psychotherapy and existential therapy. During these years I worked in various psychiatric environments, facilitating groups and meditative sitting sessions, until I opened my psychotherapy practice in 2013.

The people I have met and the stories I have heard inspired me to search for a wider understanding of life and the human mind, one that transcends scientific method and theoretical knowledge.

The work I do with people is not directed by theory, but by intuition. I seek to understand what can never be completely understood and to make space for what is already there, waiting to burst.

PAST EXPERIENCE

2016
Mind in Islington – The Psychosis Therapy Project, London.
2016
King Alfred School, London.
2015
Mind in Camden, London.
2014
Terrance Higgins Trust, London.
2014
Mosaic LGBT youth centre, London.
2013
The Jewish bereavement Counselling Service, London.
2011-14
Jewish Care, London.
2011-13
The Centre for Better Health, London.
2011-13
London Metropolitan University, London.
2007-10
The Israeli Mental Health Association, Tel-Aviv.

s a young boy I wanted to be an archaeologist. I was interested in magic and mysticism and was captivated by stories of ancient civilizations. I was sensitive, often felt isolated and struggled with the intensity of my emotions. I became intrigued with the feelings of others and the origins of the emotions we share. Through attempting to understand other people I began to feel better understood myself.

I play percussion, I paint and I enjoy making things. Nature and music bring me peace and inspiration. I am interested in the healing properties of plants and in the natural wisdom that is embedded in every culture.

For ten years I studied psychology, sociology, integrative psychotherapy and existential therapy. During these years I worked in various psychiatric environments, facilitating groups and meditative sitting sessions, until I opened my psychotherapy practice in 2013.

The people I have met and the stories I have heard inspired me to search for a wider understanding of life and the human mind, one that transcends scientific method and theoretical knowledge.

The work I do with people is not directed by theory, but by intuition. I seek to understand what can never be completely understood and to make space for what is already there, waiting to burst.

PAST EXPERIENCE

2016
Mind in Islington – The Psychosis Therapy Project, London.
2016
King Alfred School, London.
2015
Mind in Camden, London.
2014
Terrance Higgins Trust, London.
2014
Mosaic LGBT youth centre, London.
2013
The Jewish bereavement Counselling Service, London.
2011-14
Jewish Care, London.
2011-13
The Centre for Better Health, London.
2011-13
London Metropolitan University, London.
2007-10
The Israeli Mental Health Association, Tel-Aviv.