Ronni is a direction and screenwriting graduate from 'Camera Obscura' school, a neuro-cognitive coacher and a learning disabilities expert. He worked for 12 years as an expert therapist in the 'Raviv Institute for developing & correcting attention and learning skills', and specialized in the 'Raviv Method'. Ronni has developed, in cooperation with Nili Raviv and Barak Ben-Simhon, the Raviv AD(H)D treatment methodology. He is the Developer and sole rights owner of the 'Raviv athletic excellence program'. During his years in the 'Raviv institute', Ronni coached and trained therapists, accompanied and supervised them.
In recent years Ronni is treating patients coping with AD(H)D and learning disabilities in a private clinic, and works as an athletic excellence neuro-cognitive coacher.
In 2015 Ronni started, together with Aviv Rein, to coach Maccabi Tel-Aviv under-19 soccer department, in Infinity Mind' unique training method.
In recent years Ronni and Aviv worked with many teams and athletes, including Maccabi Tel-Aviv under-19 soccer department; Ra'anana girls basketball department (during the last 3 years); Ha'poel Galil Elion basketball team (2007), coached by Oded Katash; Ha'poel Jerusalem basketball team (2007), coached by Guy Goodes; the first Israeli NBA player, Omri Caspi; Sharan Yeini, former Maccabi Tel-Aviv soccer team Captain and current Vitesse Arnhem player; Dan Roman, Maccabi Tel-Aviv and the Dutch Windham player; Olympic fencer Delila Hatu'el; rally driver Nadav Konetchiani, as well as many others.
Eyal holds a B.A. in History and Philosophy and M.A. degree in History, from the Tel-Aviv University. He is a graduate of the John Bryce College, as a digital manager and marketer, and a qualified Raviv method therapist.
Eyal has more than 20 years of experience as a writer and a content editor, translator, digital marketer, SEO, and social media manager, for leading Israeli companies.
In recent years, Eyal is Infinity Mind's content manager, and uses the Raviv method to help children and adults coping with AD(H)D and various cognitive impairments.