My Outlook

As a therapist and a person, I am constantly occupied by the relationship between individuals. It is a driving force in my life. I love human beings; I believe in them and see the positive sides in everyone I meet.

I am deeply connected to the thinking of philosopher Martin Buber, who focused on the interpersonal relationship which he named “I-You”. “I-You “ is an interpersonal connection characterized by openness, mutual acceptance and deep personal involvement. The “I” acknowledges the “You” not as a measurable and objective being, but rather as a unique and subjective being that changes constantly due to an ongoing relationship.

In my eyes, the relationship between therapist and patient is the essence of “I-You”. The therapeutic setting allows for the creation of a singularity that opens a window to mediation, openness and different perspectives, while proving tools for addressing family and relationship distress.