I trained and worked as a Drama-therapist for several years in Israel.
After moving to the U.S. I obtained my Master degree in Marriage and
Family Therapy. My experience with a broad range of clients differing
in age, cultural background and life situation has brought me to
appreciate the diversity of human existence, but also to recognize
what unites us. I am amazed by the inherent strengths and power for
self healing hiding in each one of us. I believe that my role as a
therapist is to create a safe place for the client to explore their
issues and help them connect with their inner strengths toward
building lasting resilience. My work draws from psychodynamic
theories, humanistic and existential psychology and expressive arts