Biography of Boaz Feldman
Boaz works as a management and clinical psychologist, a trainer and a researcher. His areas of intervention are diverse, including corporations, public-private sectors, humanitarian NGO’s, community-based organisations, groups and individual clients in a multi-disciplinary clinical practice.
“My objective is to
enhance performance and
to support sustainable
healing and educational
strategies based on
self-awareness and inter-personal resiliency of individuals, corporations and communities.”
Boaz has studied in various countries including Switzerland, England, Canada and Thailand. With his first degree in economics and business administration, he developed a solid basis for working efficiently, setting and meeting realistic goals.
Next, Boaz studied psychology, corporate performance enhancement and psychosomatic psychology. His longstanding training in mindfulness-based approaches and Western psychological methodologies enables a unique cross-pollination between therapy, psycho-biological sciences and wisdom traditions. He is in the Bodhi College Dharma Teacher Training Program, and starting to lead retreats. His clinical areas of expertise include Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), burnout, depression and anxiety disorders.
Boaz has engaged himself in a variety of contexts, all immersed with high performance objectives: corporate development, humanitarian crises, treatment of clinical pathologies and development of low-income context. For the most part, Boaz has worked as a trainer building capacity in corporate environments, in humanitarian interventions in conflict zones (Afghanistan, Burkina Faso & Myanmar), natural disasters (Thailand) and development contexts (Ukraine, Romania, Moldova & Mozambique). He also works in a multi-disciplinary psychotherapeutic practice with groups and individual clients in Geneva, Switzerland.
Boaz has co-founded the Swiss Institute of Mindfulness and the NeuroSystemics methodology. NeuroSystemics is a community-based methodology bridging ancient wisdom traditions, evolutionary neurosciences and systemic understanding to offer integrative path to resilient healing, passionate living and awakening. Its hallmark program is the CARE Training. The CARE Training (Compassionate Complexity, Awakening, Resiliency & Empowerment) is a transformative 3-year journey to learn and practice essential life and therapeutic skills in the midst of a nourishing community.
His expertise from highly stressful humanitarian contexts has built a solid basis from which he works in the corporate sector. He teaches Mindful Leadership at the Trinity College Dublin Executive MBA program, Contemplaction Programs for lawyers and mediators (in collaboration with the Geneva and Vaud Barristers, as well as the Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation), and has founded the Corporate Mindfulness Training Series PRO-X: Performance and Resilience for Organisational eXcellence. He also coaches management executives individually and small groups in Geneva and at a distance.
Please see this page for a brief of past and present collaborations. He is an official associate trainer of the Organic Intelligence Institute (California) and the Somatic Experiencing Association UK and reviews papers on Mindfulness for the World Health Organisation. For a more complete biography, please see the following LinkedIn page.
“Live each day as
though it were
learn as if you were
to live forever.”