my name is Michelle Fajman
I am first and foremost a human being, driven by the curiosity for my fellow human beings, their stories and life itself. I love providing space for my patients to get connected to their own humaneness and to tell their own story. The only true constant in life is change. But sometimes we get stuck. Let me be there with you, navigating your life back on track, so you can flow again.
Born in Munich, Germany to an Israeli mother, a Polish father, an Italian grandmother and a Lithuanian grandfather. Raised by a village and came back home to my roots, I am based in Tel Aviv, Israel today.
I earned my Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Psychopathology and Clinical Neuropsychology at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich and my Master of Science in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapeutic Interventions at Sigmund Freud University, Berlin.
It is with gratitude that I got to collect work experience at the Research and Practice Center for Couples and Family Therapy of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich as well as the psychosomatic hospital Heiligenfeld in Berlin, amongst others.