Decoding Stress: Its impact on professional life and well-being

In today’s fast-pace and demanding world, stress has become a ubiquitous companion in our professional lives. From looming deadlines and tight schedules to the constant need for productivity and competitiveness, the pressures of the modern workplace can take a toll on our well-being. This blog aims to decode stress, shed light on its impact on […]

Personality disorders

It is important to keep in mind that personality disturbances exist along a spectrum from normal variations to pathological extremes, and it’s common for all of us to exhibit certain characteristics from this spectrum to varying degrees. Cluster A (odd and eccentric): Paranoid Personality Disorder: suspicious, distrustful, hostile, irritable, jealous, feeling unjustly treated, or having […]

Why is it so difficult to change our lifestyle?

Changing our lifestyle can be challenging for various reasons, including the loyalty we often have to unconscious habits or programs, even when we’re consciously aware that they may be toxic or detrimental to our well-being. Here’s an explanation of why this happens: Habituation: Habits are deeply ingrained behaviors, often developed over years. Our brains are […]

When do I go to a coach or to a psychotherapist?

The story of how I stumbled upon the idea of changing my career and diving into the world of psychology came out during coaching sessions. I needed to put my thoughts in order before I went to the second university and go from the scratch in a new field, the health one. So, as you […]

Curtains off. Get to know me better and resonance theory

Defining myself within the confines of a few paragraphs feels like trying to squeeze an elephant into a birdcage. Resonance theory posits that when two entities or individuals share a vibrational alignment, their interactions become more harmonious and effective. Therefore, the purpose for sharing my background, approach, life experiences and values is to give you […]

Few facts about psychotherapy

Here are Some facts about psychotherapy and psychotherapist: Psychotherapy is based on scientific research and established therapeutic techniques. Psychotherapy is not only talking, psychotherapists use validated methods and tools to help individuals overcome their challenges. Psychotherapists are not necessarily psychologists, meaning they do not hold a degree from a psychology faculty, but they have a […]

Do you have a dysfunctional relationship with food?

Dysfunctional eating habits encompass patterns of food consumption that go beyond nourishment and may serve as coping mechanisms for emotional issues, including fear, sadness, anger, frustration and childhood attachments. Dysfunctional eating habits can be deeply ingrained and have a range of underlying causes, which may contribute to the development and persistence of these behaviors. From […]