I am a cross-cultural psychologist (M.A), a yoga researcher and teacher (E-RYT300), and a yoga therapist in training. I help people reclaim harmony in their lives by equipping them with tools to manage daily challenges and guide them on their way to restore inner happiness.
My life path has given me some amazing opportunities to taste many different cultures by living in several countries. My M.A. was in Cross-cultural Psychology and Gender Studies. During my third year, I went to study Zen Buddhism in Da Lat, Vietnam. A few years afterward, I wrote my thesis on spiritual goals and wellbeing.
Before practicing as a psychotherapist, I worked in different fields: from fashion to EU institutions, to human rights non-governmental and international organizations in political communications and management.
For the past several years, I have been working with people from various cultures in my positive psychology therapy practice. Yoga has been part of my life since 2006 but only after the holistic yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India, I understood that there is more in yoga than its physical aspect. Since then, my aim was to combine the best of both yoga and psychology and translate it into a therapy cycle to boost people's happiness in daily life.
Yoga therapy is the true passion that I am currently exploring in daily life. Body, mind and soul dimensions of psychotherapy naturally came together as a result of my personal interest in yoga and meditation.
At the moment I am diving even deeper into research on the theory and philosophy of yoga and cultural psychology. Privately, I am a body-mind-soul practitioner in all areas of my life. Hopefully, our paths cross soon.
You need something more than the usual psychotherapy session.
Your life is more than what the reason can tell.
It's much more complex and much more unique than theories.
You need an individual approach, not a symptom check.
For whatever reason, you feel something is not right.
I'm here to help you find the stability back.