Living Fully

Living Fully is a guide to get rid of restricting beliefs that often limit our lives and reduce our potential. In essence, it is an invitation for an integrated life from a spiritual perspective.

This means leaving behind excuses and fears in order to take responsibility for steering the ship of our lives, directing the sails towards a place of fullness and meaning.

Rabbi *Educator* Spiritual Mentor

My passion is helping people grow and become all they can be. Life can be difficult, but it doesn’t mean you have to travel alone.

I completed my studies in Sociology with a specialization in Social Psychology from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA)in Argentina.

I was ordained as a rabbi at the Latin American Rabbinical Seminary Marshall T. Meyer in Buenos Aires.

I received a Doctor Honoris Causa from the Jewish Theological Seminary of New York.

I did postgraduate studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on Judaism and education.

I have completed my preparation in CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) healing and spiritual counseling in the United States.

I provide spiritual care services in health and assisted living facilities. I also lecture on topics of coaching, well-being, and spirituality.

I have been leading congregations in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Aruba, and the United States and served as professor and dean at the Rabbinical Seminary of Buenos Aires.

I work combining my background in social sciences with the ancient teachings of ancestral traditions.

I consider myself a person imbued with a sense of mission and committed to giving the best of myself for Tikkun Olam, the betterment of the world.

I currently officiate at customized life cycle events and teach different levels of Jewish studies.

I am now living in New England, United States.


Emotional Support Services and Jewish Healing Instructor
Temas de conferencias, seminarios y talleres
Pastoral care and spiritual advice to patients and relatives
Spiritual accompaniment in grieving situations

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