My goal as a therapist is to give you the tools to develop a deep, fulfilling sense of connection: with your loved ones; with your community, school or workplace; and with your gifts, your values and your life goals.
I believe that a painful childhood or a traumatic experience; entrenched destructive habits; uncomfortable emotions and negative thoughts do not have to define or limit you.
We'll work together to promote genuine, meaningful integrated connection between your whole self, your family, your community, so you can live your values, enjoy thriving relationships, and experience happiness and joy.
Offices in Ramat Beit Shemesh and Jerusalem
Stigma – the societal phenomenon where certain groups are labeled as “other” and usually “less than” – includes feelings of: hatred, fear, and pity. To me, pity and the low expectations that come with it, can actually be more insidious and damaging than the first two feelings. (I plan on write more posts soon that…Read More
The greatest rabbis of today say it’s forbidden for a woman to see a male therapist or a man to see a female therapist, says Dr. Michael Bunzel, head of Psychiatry at Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center. In the past, rabbis applied the ‘doctor’s heter’ [heter-miktzoah] to inter-gender therapy, i.e. that it’s permissible to see a doctor of the opposite gender…Read More
With the an increasing number of therapists working in the charedi community, the issue of professionalism has come to the fore in recent years. Especially the issue of lack of professionalism. That’s why I was interested to learn about a new organization for charedi therapists called (rather obviously) the Charedi Therapists Organization (איגוד המטפלים החרדי).…Read More