I have always had love for and interest in people, and have felt as a natural born therapist since I can remember. People always naturally gravitated towards me with their personal thoughts, issues, insights, questions, doubts. And I have always enjoyed providing space for them where they can feel safe to share. After graduating from BA in Psychology, I have studied (briefly) Transactional Analysis but soon realized that it wasn’t for me. I wasn’t interested in pursuing a traditional psychotherapy path.
My biggest passion (at the time) was communication and conflict resolution, and I have pursued this for a while, as well as training in mediation. Shortly, I have added Hatha yoga, meditation and Tibetan Buddhism to my personal practices and these are included in my work with clients, along with the variety of other complementary therapies (Ayurveda, Reiki, and health coaching).
Mindfulness played a significant role in my own personal experience with recovery from addiction, and I have been using this amazing approach with my clients since.
Compassionate Inquiry approach developed by Dr. Gabor Mate is one of my latest loves. I have been certified in this particular approach and have been using it along with the other above mentioned.
All of these modalities work wonderfully together to create profound and lasting transformation. I deeply believe in body/mind/spirit connection and the only way to heal is to address all of these.
I do not follow a particular school of therapy; instead I use an integrative approach, tailored to the needs of each individual.
Currently, I am offering online (Zoom) 1-2-1 sessions. Please feel free to contact me for more information.