Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. 

Carl Jung

 

About Me

I am graduated with a Psychology B.A and Clinical Psychology M.A, and I am doing a Ph.D. at Sigmund Freud University, Vienna.

I am working as a clinical psychology resident in a clinic regulated by Ministry of Health Israel. Besides that, I continue my work both in private practice and academia in Israel.

I am an English-speaking psychologist with broad experience in treating children and adults. I utilize an integrative approach for treating children and adults, incorporating therapeutic techniques such as play therapy, art therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, EMDR, existential analysis, and logotherapy.

I also specialize in treating emotional and behavioral problems in children, child abuse and neglect, ADHD, parenting, divorce, trauma, loss, grief, relational problems, PTSD, depression, anxiety disorders, and psychosomatic disorders.

My Trainings;

EMDR Children and Adolescents -EMDR Europe

Existential Analysis and Logotherapy- Viktor Frankl Institute Vienna

EMDR I.- EMDR Institute US

Play Therapy- Play Therapy Association Turkey

Expressive Art Therapy- Art Therapy Association Turkey

Imago Couple Therapy- Imago Relationship Institute

Rorschach, TAT, CAT, Bender Gestalt- Tel Aviv University

WISC-IV- Turkish Psychological Association

MMPI- Turkish Psychological Association

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Psychotherapies

Play Therapy

Play therapy involves using toys related to everything in life, such as kitchen materials, puppets, blocks, cars, soldiers, phones, ambulances, police, handcuffs, guns, dolls, games, etc., to help the child identify, recognize and express their feelings.

 

The psychotherapist observes the child and playing patterns, which material is chosen to play and understand the child’s problems. Through play and talk, children better understand their feelings, behavior, and how to manage and cope with those difficulties.

Individual Psychotherapy

Approach in individual psychotherapy depends on client's goal and struggles.

EMDR

EMDR therapy facilitates the accessing and processing of traumatic memories and other adverse life experience to bring these to an adaptive resolution.

 

The client identifies a positive belief.  The therapist helps the client rate the positive belief as well as the intensity of the negative emotions.  After this, the client is instructed to focus on the image, negative thought, and body sensations while simultaneously engaging in EMDR processing using sets of bilateral stimulation. 

 

These sets may include eye movements, taps, or tones.  The type and length of these sets is different for each client.  At this point, the EMDR client is instructed to just notice whatever spontaneously happens. After each set of stimulation, the clinician instructs the client to let his/her mind go blank and to notice whatever thought, feeling, image, memory, or sensation comes to mind. 

Expressive Art Therapy

Expressive art therapy involves creative techniques such as drawing, painting, collage, coloring, dance and movement, drama. Art therapy is used when feelings and experiences are difficult to express with words.

 

With the help of art therapy, we decode the nonverbal messages, metaphors, and symbols that lead to better understanding and awareness of emotions, behaviors, and deeper issues. It can be used with both adults and children.

Existential Analysis and Logotherapy

Existential analysis and Logotherapy is based on search for a meaning in life which is primary motivational source in human beings. The therapy is based on three philosphical and psychological concepts which are freedom of will, will to meaning and meaning in life.

Family Counseling

Family counseling is a method to develop and maintain healthy relationships in family. The goal of family counseling is to identify and address emotional, behavioral and psychological issues that create family problems.

Benefits of family counseling are developing healthy boundaries, improving communication, defining roles in the family, addressing dysfunctional interactions, improving family dynamics and relationships, providing coping tools for all family members and improving family's problem solving skills.