Seeking help is not easy.
Often, it is more difficult than letting things stay the way they are.
I can offer you a safe space to think about these things in your life that aren’t working, and am committed to helping you challenge the usual way of going about things.
This might be around difficult events or life transitions, such as changes in employment or relationships, the loss of a loved one, illness, or a threat to life. In some cases, people struggle with low mood, anxiety, or feelings of loneliness, without exactly being sure why. We often find ourselves feeling stuck in the same place, or doing the same things over and over. We experience complex tensions and dilemmas surrounding friends and family life, personal development, work, and more, with no clear solution in sight. There might also be a general desire to think about and make sense of your life, to face your patterns and fears, and to change the way you do and see things. In these situations, psychotherapy allows you to freely and safely explore things with a professional, in a non-judgmental and confidential environment.
Throughout your psychotherapy sessions, you will have the opportunity to raise issues that are currently on your mind and to explore underlying matters and themes, some of which you may not be completely aware. I will listen to you closely and will work with you to uncover the difficult areas of your life, and to think about things you might not ordinarily think about.
I offer individual and group psychotherapy for adults of all ages, and in some cases adolescents, in English and Hebrew.
Services and fees
Any treatment, whether group or individual, begins with a consultation in which the two of is will meet and see if working together is possible and wanted. There are times a more comprehensive and substantial consultation process is needed, to think about what will be of most help to you.
There will usually be between two and four consultation sessions, each lasting an hour and a quarter, in which the two of us will meet and see if working together is possible and wanted. We will also consider whether there is a more suitable course of action elsewhere.
Throughout these sessions, you will have the opportunity to reflect on the issues that are on your mind, and consider options for treatment.
Consultation session, 1 hour and 15 minutes – £110
This is a typically long-term, open, emotionally focused, and unstructured psychological treatment, in which the patient is invited to talk about whatever may be on his or her mind. It is greatly informed by psychoanalytic theory, which aims to explore unconscious processes. Though this exploration is often difficult, important themes and repeated patterns can emerge and promote new understandings about ourselves, as well as a greater sense of fulfilment and freedom.
Session of psychodynamic psychotherapy, 50 minutes – £80
We spend life as part of many groups – our family, at school, at work - and the psychotherapy group aims to reflect this very meaningful aspect of our lives.
Like in individual sessions, patients are invited to share whatever comes to their mind. Though opening up to a group of people we don’t know can be daunting, the group may also offer a greater sense of support and commonality. Patients in groups often find that many of their own experiences and difficulties are in fact shared by others, promoting a sense of empowerment and reducing loneliness.
Session of group psychotherapy, one and a half hours - £40
I provide individual and group supervision for clinicians from different backgrounds working in various settings. I work through a psychodynamic framework which can be applied to a range of modalities and provide new perspectives to your work.
Individual clinical supervision, 50 minutes - £70
I charge on a sliding scale and a reduced fee may be considered for those on low income.
I am a psychotherapist and group-work practitioner, trained at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and at the Institute of Group Analysis, London.
I hold an MA in Clinical Psychology from Tel-Aviv University, where I have also trained in psychotherapy and group facilitation. I currently see individual patients and groups in the NHS and in private practice.
I am experienced in providing both long and short term treatment for adults of all ages, in individual settings and in groups, and have worked with patients from diverse backgrounds in various organisations and institutions.
I am a registered Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with The British Psychoanalytic Council (registration number: 22120) and adhere to its code of ethics. I am a member of the Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists and a registered psychologist with the Israeli Ministry of Health (license no. 27-122497). You can also find me on Counselling Directory.
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To arrange an initial consultation, or for an informal conversation, please contact me through the form below, or at
I am based in the St James Park area of Walthamstow (E17)
Please note that my room is on the 2nd floor and is only accessible by stairs.