Since childhood, I wanted to be a doctor. After finishing the compulsory 4 years in the Israeli army I started medical school, but I've found it too restrictive: medical schools all over the world look at the body and ignore the mind. So I moved to complete a BA in psychology (Tel-Aviv University, with distinction). Having done that, I was disappointed to realize that this method is rather single-minded too.
It took quite a few years to arrive at homeopathy and at a solution to my dilemma. In between I moved to the UK, completed an MBA, worked in the City and, during my studies, co-founded Ottolenghi, now one of the leading boutique food retailers in London.
I graduated from the School of Homeopathy in 2005, and was offered a tutor position in the school shortly after that.
I’m registered and insured by the Society of Homeopaths, the largest professional body for homeopaths in the UK.
Apart from my continued work in Africa, and my private practice in the UK, I also work in the Palliative Care Unit of Whipps Cross Hospital in East London.
I’ve also been studying for the last 7 years with Patricia ten-Berge, a spiritual healer. This on-going training gives me unique understanding of the energy flow in the body, and provides an invaluable tool for diagnosis.