The relationship between the palms of the hands and the personality is determined at the stage of conception. The same raw material of the ectoderm layer of the fertilized egg cell, from where the embryo develops, the brain, the skin (the epidermis and all the things related to it), the sensory organs, hair, nails and the nervous system also develop.

Everything we see in our hands is related to the brain and any change in the brain, due to personal experiences, passes into and manifests itself in the palms of the hand. As the brain reacts and changes, (the reactive brain*) so do the hands and lines. Everything except for the fingerprints.

* Fertilized egg cell consists 3 layers Ectoderm, Mesoderm and Endoderm,

** The reactive brain – a study that examined how the human brain responds to experiences, and how the brain can change following experiences.

When the baby reaches the world his brain has the core elements, and as he registers experiences for himself, the nature of those experiences shapes the brain, so much so that the changes in it can be measured. This explains how biometric diagnoses can follow changes, which have indeed affected the person, because if they affected the brain, it will be expressed in the hands.

It certainly is. People sometimes are at an intersection in their lives where they ask for guidance. The diagnosis can provide directions for studies and employment and help in their selection. The information received in the diagnosis is varied, and usually it takes time to digest it all, so at the end of the diagnosis you will receive a recording of the diagnosis to enable re-listening.

certainly. In a consultation session we will have a joint thinking and deliberation, and if needed, I will take photography and hand printing, in case there is a desire to make a biometric diagnosis. The meeting does not require a therapeutic process.

A therapy session is 50 minutes long.

The diagnostic meeting can take between 1.5 and 2.5 hours. The meeting is recorded so the person who is diagnosed can listen to it many times.

It seems that if you are asking yourself such a question, you recognize some distress or pain that lasts a long time without understanding or relief. There are cases where I see immediate relief from patients, when they share their distress felling, they are not left alone. Moreover, as Appleton said, "The soul, in order to meet itself, must meet another soul." In many cases the internal dialogue does not provide leverage for change. usually we see and feel the "how", but do not understand the "why".

My therapeutic approach is dynamic and focused. I believe in a therapeutic relationship characterized by shared transparency about the goals and tools. Together, we define the therapy centers, the goals, and the tools with which we can examine the success of the treatment. I use various therapeutic techniques according to the patient's needs. Usually after the biometric diagnosis, from which I receive comprehensive information, it is easy for me to build the most appropriate and correct type of therapy for that person.

Regarding the length of therapy, there is no one answer. Although the combination of biometric diagnosis and the focused approach, it greatly shortens the length of therapy. Processes sometimes take time, and this varies from person to person.

The collapse of parental and educational authority in recent decades is one of the main causes of the dramatic increase and radicalization of violence and crime in the company of children and adolescents. There is now a broad public recognition of the importance of parental and educational authority, and against this background the admonition of parental authority is understood.

In the year 2000, Prof. Haim Omer's book "Restoring Parental Authority" was published. This book has made a significant social change in the concept of authority and its link to parenthood. Based on the book, the therapeutic consent of the approach was constructed. The behavioral therapeutic tools according to the "new parental authority" are gradual and are accompanied by systemic support.

In my work with parents, I use as needed, the techniques of the new parental authority as part of the process.

Psychodynamics is a systematic theory and study of the psychological forces underlying human behavior, and psychodynamic therapy originates in psychoanalysis based on Sigmund Freud. According to this doctrine, a mental disorder is an expression of profound and, for the most part, unconscious mental events related to the person's past. By raising free associations by the patient, an attempt is made to expose the deep conflicts, if their understanding would lead to the processing of the conflict and the disappearance of the disorder.

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