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Hi, I’m Noa! I hold a B.A. in psychology and developmental aspects in Education from Tel-Aviv University and an M.A. in child clinical psychology from Bar-Ilan University. In Israel, I practiced various therapeutic interventions in public health care clinics and worked as a school psychologist conducting psychoeducational assessments and systemic school support.

Since moving to Berlin in 2016, I support families from the international community, providing counseling and psycho-educational assessments. So far, I’ve worked with families from over 30 nationalities. I take pride in promoting the understanding of the unique qualities and challenges of being “third culture kids.”

In addition, I facilitate teacher and parent workshops in international schools in Europe. These workshops focus on promoting resilience, alleviating anxiety in learners, and providing positive behavioral support. I also facilitate social skills groups for children and teens who want to boost their social interactions.

As an educational psychologist, I strive to combine scientific knowledge from developmental evidence-based research with every child's unique eco-system. I believes in creating alliances between students, parents, and teachers in order to promote optimal care.
I specialize in: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), emotion-regulation difficulties, adjustment to new culture, parent consultations, assessments, ADHD, school interventions, anxiety, and depression.

I am part of Linden's Neurodiversity Support Team, learn more about it here.

I’m from Israel and I speak Hebrew, English, and German.


Read my recent article on the Linden blog: Anxiety or Comfort? How Parents can Affect Children’s Perceptions of Life in Lockdown

What Parents Say...

"Noa offered our son skills for a fantastic turn-around experience as he was coping with transitioning to life in a new city, a new language, and a new school culture. He's proud of what he did!"

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