Project Manager & Mental Coach
I chose to practice sports psychology out of curiosityabout people and love for sports.
On top of being a sports fan, from a young age I spent many hours on the soccer field. I started playing in a soccer club and later on a professional team, until my military service. In the army, I served as a team commander in training and command courses.
I have a bachelor's degree in psychology with a specialization in sports psychology. I was certified as a mental trainer in the course "Psychology of Sports and Mental Training for Athletes" by Sportdoc, in Israel, and I’m currently in the process of training as a facilitator at Tel Aviv University.
I have vast experience working with teens and young adults, both individually and in groups.
In addition to the world of sports, I have experience in social integration, working with at-risk youth and rehabilitative mentoring.
These diverse experiences help me see the athletes as people, not just related to sport and to accompany them on the journey they choose.