We begin with an introductory assessment. In this session we discuss your history, concerns, aims and expectations in order to assess which methods and strategies will suit you best.
The next step is to develop an initial collaborative plan addressing the issues identified during our assessment, then monitor its progress in individual sessions of about 50 minutes in length.
Finally, at the end of the process we will review your progress, identifying what the biggest challenges were, which techniques worked best, and give further recommendations if needed.
Sessions can be held in English or Hebrew.
How does it work?
I provide online and in-house psychology and psychological executive mentoring services.
I believe that modern life and the job market, with ever increasing demands to excel and get ahead, may be exciting but at the same time can be very wearying. Whether we are successful or not, we are likely to pay a high price for our attempts to reach our full potential. This can damage our well-being, our ability to be productive, creative and innovative, and even our relationship with families, friends or colleagues.
I believe that a high-quality psychological executive mentoring service, utilising the most effective methods that psychology has to offer, should be available to anyone who wishes to cope better with life’s challenges, to improve their performance, and to live a more meaningful life.
I provide online and face-to-face services so that our clients can always get the help they need, when and where it suits them best.
About the service
One-to-one therapy aims to improve an individual's well-being, remedy or moderate any unhelpful behaviours, improve relationships and help an individual to cope better with life’s challenges. A systematic exploration of the individual’s difficulties based on proven evidence-based models, in a warm, confidential, non-judgemental environment which encourages growth. A usual one-to-one therpay starts with an assessment aimed to identify the main diffculties and the different facotrs that impcat it. At the end of this phase we will have a full formulatin that relfects the main challnges, the factors that influence it, and an intital model to inorm our treatment ahead. In order to get the best results I use an eclectic approach to tailor-fit the best avilable model to my clients needs (I draw my work on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, different psychodynamic models, Accapatnce and Commintment Therapy, and Compassion Focused Therapy)
Imposter Syndrome is a very common and normal experience for both men and women, usually experienced as persistent self-doubt about one's achievements. The typical thoughts that characterise this condition could be: “I am not as bright as people think I am”, or “I am not as talented or smart as people think I am”. Consequently, people can be convinced that they are frauds and fear that others are about to expose them as imposters in any moment. This fear remains despite evidence to the contrary. It can damage one’s well-being and mental health and can, in extreme cases, prevent individuals from fully engaging with life and work.
Research has suggested some possible mechanisms that may be responsible for the condition, and several potential treatments.
In my clinical work I have specialised in Imposter Syndrome and successfully worked with many people experiencing it. With dedicated work positive change is possible.
Psychological Executive mentoring
If you need help to manage the psychology behind your business activity, need a radical change in the way you manage your business or live your life, or just need someone to talk to, Psychological Executive mentoring is for you.
Psychological executive mentoring helps those who feel that the stress of their professional lives is placing a strain on their ability to pursue their potential, stay productive and innovative, damages their relationships and their ability to stay happy and live a meaningful life.
By combining the most effective tools that the world of evidence-based psychology has to offer, we can identify the challenges you are facing and together assemble an action plan to resolve them.
Psychological Executive mentoring
British Psychological Society: Clinical Psychology Division, MBPsS 273823. Israeli Psychologists Register: License Number 27-117794.
University College London, Doctorate, Trainee in clinical psychology, London, U.K., 2017 -2020
Doctorate, Academic and practical experience in cutting edge therapeutic methods such as CBT, psychodynamic and systemic therapy. Advanced courses in statistics and research methods.
University College London/The Anna Freud Centre, MS.C. London, U.K., 2010-2011
MS.C, a multidisciplinary programme that included extensive and intensive study of different psychoanalytical disciplines.
Tel-Aviv Academic College, Tel Aviv Jaffa, Israel, 2006-2009
B.A., Department of Behavioural Sciences (Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology and Statistics). Received outstanding Performance Award.
Working Minds. Founding member, Programme developer, Instructor, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2016 – 2017
Working Minds aimed to implement and teach mindfulness-based strategies and techniques in the private sector. Developed programmes that focused on combining theoretical and practical knowledge (MBSR, ACT) and facilitated workshops in small scale commercial organizations.
T.L.M. (station for family therapy). Psychologist, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2015 - 2017
Worked as a psychologist in a clinic specialised in treating children (5-18 years old). I use different CBT and psychodynamic methods working with children with a range of emotional distresses; conduct parent training.
IAPT Islington: Clinical Psychology Trainee, London, U.K., 2014-2015
Employed as a clinical psychologist through IAPT Islington (Improved Access to Psychological Therapies). Treated various psychopathologies using a variety of therapies including CBT and ACT, in both group and individual settings.
Big Brother, Israel: ‘Big Brother’, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2007-2009
Acted as a ‘big brother’ to a young child, recently bereaved; supported development of coping strategies for adapting to life,
school and foster family.