- Rehabilitation Psychology
- Licensed Psychologist in Israel.
- She was born and raised in Israel.
- She received her psychology training in a Rehabilitation unit at the Tel Aviv ‘Sourasky’ Medical Center (‘Ichilov’).
BA: Open University of Israel (2007, Psychology)
MA: ‘Ariel’ University Center of Samaria, Israel (2011, Rehabilitation Psychology).
Israeli Licensed Psychologist (# 27-109542, Council of Psychologists, Israel Ministry of Health).
My therapeutic approach derives its origins from the world view of rehabilitation psychology. In rehabilitation therapy, I emphasize the strengths of my patients, not necessarily their pathology. Treatment refers to the here and now as well as events from the past.
The rehabilitative approach puts hope at the center with the aim of rehabilitating the person and bringing my clients back to their productive and full lives.
When a person undergoes trauma, physical or mental loss, disability or illness, psychological treatment of the rehabilitative approach can be a significant source of support for people and help them rehabilitate their lives. In my work, I use various tools in an integrative manner according to the needs of my patient (from dynamic treatment, to experiential work, cognitive-behavioral tools, and EMDR).
Areas: Anxiety and mood disorders, addictions, life crises and emotional difficulties. Adults with disabilities and chronic health conditions, coping with mourning and loss, side effects of stroke and chronic illness.
Hobbies & Fun Facts
I enjoy reading and baking. My greatest love has always been animals, especially dogs and cats. I like exploring new places around the world and enjoying life in Korea.