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“I have always been intrigued by the way words and communication between people can elicit change. I think of myself as an explorer of the mind, excited by its paths and mysteries. I am motivated to guide people safely through the challenging journeys of their inner world, leading them to live a better life by getting closer to being the kind of person they wish to be.”

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I view psychological therapy as a "mountain track", a magnificent breath-taking journey within one's mind that may go through rough challenging passes and lead to new, surprising territories never visited before, bringing opportunities for fully realising one's potential.

As a therapist, I am a confident and experienced guide who knows how to safely explore rough ground and new territories, while gently guiding my clients through this journey. The route is new and unique to each of my clients, but the challenges and hardships of the journey can be navigated safely with my experience, compassion, and knowledge.

Lirona has expertise in working with a wide range of mental health difficulties including: depression; anxiety; work-related stress; career decision making; procrastination; couple and relationship issues; gender issues such as those relating to gender identity; LGBTQA issues; eating disorders; and distress related to fertility processes and treatment.

Lirona specialises in using psychodynamic therapy, Focusing Oriented Therapy (FOT), Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples, and other mindfulness-based cognitive and behavioural approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). 

She works with individuals and couples both in person and online.

 

As well as working in private practice for the last twelve years, Lirona is a qualified clinical supervisor for counsellors, psychologists, and psychotherapists and has taught counselling skills at Goldsmiths University, including the short course, "The couple within: couple therapy perspectives in individual counselling". She has worked at an eating disorder treatment centre and a children’s hospital in Israel where she did her clinical psychology training.

Lirona has written book reviews and conference reviews in Hebrew for the main Hebrew psychology website "Avoda Ivrit". She has translated a book about Playback Theatre, "Acting Real Life" by Jo Salas, from English to Hebrew. 

 
 
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