Exercise. Breathing. Eating Right. Supplements. Journaling. Dream Work. Sleep Hygiene. Therapeutic Meditation. Therapeutic Movement. Imagination Work. Clarifying Values. Achieving Goals. Finding Meaning and Purpose in Life.
With over 16 years of clinical experience, I have recently gained a deep interest in Mind-Body-Integrative-Mental Health Care as well as Jungian Psychoanalysis.
As a practitioner of Integrative Social Work, we'll look into the things your doing (or could be doing) to keep you healthy in mind, body, and soul. We'll examine your diet, nutritional supplements, exercise, breathing habits, and the ways in which you move your body that are either adding to anxiety or creating greater serenity in your life. As a practitioner of Jungian Psychoanalysis, we'll examine your thoughts and dreams; symbols and archetypes. We might explore your drawings and your writings. We'll look at the synchronicity of events in your life and how those events add to your sense of well being. The common denominator of both approaches is to bring you, the client, from a place of disengagement to a place of re-engagement; and from a place of dis-empowerment to a place of re-empowerment.
I like people and I work with people of all backgrounds, ages, races, interests, and cultures. Every person is different and unique. And all people are constantly evolving. We're all a work in progress. For that reason, every therapy session is unique. And the approach I take for each client, although similar, is undeniably unique.
The people I work with are working through all types of issues. Many are working through trauma related issues. Others are working through depression, anxiety, grief, and loneliness. And some are working through sexual related fears, traumas, and inhibitions. Some of my clients are working on overcoming substance and behavioral addictions. Many are seeking clarity on relationship and parenting issues.
I work with clients both In-Person (in Israel) as well as over ZOOM and telephone.
Generally, sessions are 45 and are on a sliding-scale based on economic ability.
- Family Systems
- Sex Therapy
- Diet and Nutrition
- Domestic Abuse/Violence
- Drug Abuse
- Eating Disorders
- Religious Identity Issues
- Sex Addiction
- Sex Issues
- Sexual Abuse
- Social Skills
- Substance Abuse
- Master's of Social Work, Barry University, 2006
- Ericksonian Hypnotherapist , NLP Training Center of New York City, 2008
- Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider-CMHIMP, PESI, 2019
- Licensed Master Social Worker, New York State, 2006, 073980
- Registered Social Worker, Israel, 2020, 40735