Suri Breban-Leiter, LCSW cedarhurst, New York 11516, USA
I take a generalist approach in practice, employing various methods, according to the need of the client. I provide supportive and insight-oriented counseling, while empowering the client with skill development and education. I also provide play therapy and developmental/ educational services using Natural Learning Environment and behavioral techniques.
I offer sessions and consultations in your home, school or community settings.
Renee Traube, Dr. Monsey, NY, USAFor over 20 years, I have worked in the frum/chassidish community as both a Family and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. I bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to my practice, and I am committed to helping members of the community through education and professional practice. My practice is centered around providing discreet, culturally-sensitive, and individualized mental health care. I speak Yiddish and Spanish, and offer goal-oriented therapy which may include medication and/or psychotherapy. I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with family and other professionals to help restore optimal functioning.
Zahavah Selinger, LMHC Crown Heights, 11213, USA Brooklyn, NY 11204, USAZahavah Selinger, LMHC is a licensed therapist with a private practice located in Crown Heights and Boro Park. She focuses on self-esteem, depression, and anxiety with both children and adults. To set up a free consultation, contact her at [email protected]/* */ or 845-596-1321.
Bassie Gugenheim, Mrs. Lakewood, NJ 08701, USACertificate in Developmental and Relational Trauma with specialized training to help understand and heal the roots of low self esteem, anxiety, depression and relationship challenges.
Shoshana Averbach, social worker, music therapist, healer Brooklyn, NY, USAMusic therapy, intuitive counseling, energy & spiritual healing viz. wellness
Multimodality, holistic, and spiritual approach to wellness, including spiritual perspective and metaphysical causes for blocks to wellness--includes music therapy, self-help tools from EFT, TAT, Brain Gym, Bach flower remedies
Osher Klahr Jerusalem, Israel, Israel Jerusalem, Israel, IsraelAs a Sgan Mashgiach for over a decade, and with extensive training in various therapeutic models, I help young men overcome emotional challenges. In a caring and dedicated way, I draw on a wide range of therapeutic techniques to assist the individual on his own level. I believe strongly in the power of a human being to assist himself and view my job as a collaborating force to restore an individual's free choice. So, whether you are suffering from anxiety, depression, addiction, or relationship issues, I can work with you until you feel confident again to maximize your potential.
Dina Waxman, LCSW-R Brooklyn, NY 11230, USASocial Anxiety Social anxiety could be crippling. You’re sitting in a room full of people, or perhaps with just one other person, and you start to feel panicked, your words come out awkward and stilted and you wish you could crawl through a hole in the floor. You know you have many positive strengths but the anxiety holds you back in many facets of life: making friends, finding and keeping a job, dating, and the list goes on. You wonder in awe at people who seem to breeze through social situations, silently wishing you could be like them, but feeling that you never will. I’m here to help you achieve those dreams. I’ve helped numerous clients overcome their social anxie…
Sherry Waldman, Psychotherapist Far Rockaway, NY 11691, USA Montreal, Quebec H3P 1X5, CanadaI began in the field of mental health treating latency-age children diagnosed with childhood psychosis and Asperger's Syndrome. Over the past 15 years I expanded my clinic work and private practice to the wide range described above.
Talli Rosenbaum, Individual and Couples Therapist, Certified Sex Therapist Jerusalem, Nachal Dolev 26 Bet Shemesh, Israel USAI am an individual and couples therapist. I am a sex therapist certified by AASECT and the Israeli Sex Therspy Association.. See my site at tallirosenbaum.com.
I recently received a phone call from a friend. She began by saying “this is a nachas call.”
Since all of my children and grandchildren live in New York and my friend lives in Israel I was puzzled. How could she be calling me with a nachas call when she hasn’t seen any of my family in over a year?
She proceeded to explain the nachas. It was about me and my book.
My friend said she had given a copy of my book to …
Most parents are very careful when choosing a cheder, Yeshiva, Bais Yaakov, or Bais HaMedrash for their each of their children, al pi darcho. They want to see and experience the saviva, the atmosphere created in the classroom, the nature and personality of the Rebbe or Morah, and the overall hashkafa of the school. Ideally, they observe the instructor in action, how he or she presents material and their demeanor towards their students …
Meaninglessness as a Curse – Parshat Bechukotai
I've been writing this blog for almost 5 years. I am not surprised that I have been able to successfully find* meaning hints in every parsha a few times over.1 What is surprising is that it is sometimes so blatant that it cannot be ignored. The Torah values meaning in life. It exhorts you to find meaning and live by it2 and it does not tolerate when you deter others from their meaning.3
Don’t Forget Yourself – Parshat Behar
It can be confusing. We hear so much about how important it is to do for others and 'paying it forward' and karma that we tend to believe that our whole existence has no validation in and of itself unless we are totally focused on others with no regard to our own needs. How about my needs and 'looking out for number one'? Isn’t that important too? Or is that too selfish? And isn't it good t …
I am a sixteen-year-old girl, and I hope you can help me with my struggle. I will go straight to the point. I feel extremely uncomfortable in my skin; I feel very blown up and fat. I know that maybe that's not how I look, but this is how I feel. I badly want to be (super) thin. My family thinks and says I am thin. Whenever I go hungry I don't have this uncomfortable pit in my stomach. Yet …
Today I am a married woman with a family and have friends b”h, but as a child, I didn’t have any friends. When I was with classmates and when I would try to interject with a comment my comment would go unnoticed. I only made friends after I finished school and started working. When I bump into people I knew as a child, such as classmates, I become terrified and start to shake and the unbearable pain that lays deep dow …