I graduated with a master's degree in Psychology from Columbia University and minored in Spirituality and Mind-body practices.
Twenty-five years ago, after a near-death experience and four months in bed, I began to paint. After discovering this beautiful talent, I learned fine art with several amazingly talented art professors like the art historian, professor, and painter Dr. Martha Gyllenhaal and the impressionist artist from Cannes, Laurence Uteschill.
My passions are indubitably Positive Psychology Practitioner and Abstract Art. I use art as a therapeutic tool in my practice and with my students.
Painting is a passion that brings so much joy and freedom in my life. When I create, I am in the flow, relaxed, and so authentically connected to who I am. I feel that "I am unique and fabulous "©, precisely like everybody should feel. I encourage my students to find this freedom to feel fabulous, as well.
My art is full of colors and positive energy. When you will look at my painting, be attentive to the message that it brings you.
I breathe positivity and live my life by the principles of Positive Psychology. In other words, "I Live to Love and Love to Live!" Finally, I use my art to motivate, inspire, and encourage people in their daily life to "Embrace and Enjoy their intrinsic Uniqueness" ©.