Chaya Feuerman, Psychotherapist, LCSW-R Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA Kew Gardens Hills, NY 11367, USAPTSD is my specialty. Trauma can be physical. emotional, sexual, religious/spiritual, financial, educational or social. I am certified in EMDR and IFS. I have offices in Boca Raton, Fl., Brooklyn and Queens. I see adults and children ages 11+
Daniel Schonbuch Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA Brooklyn, NY 11234, USAI have a warm and empathetic approach to couples (and singles) dealing with relationship and intimacy issues and can solve many problems in brief therapy for issues including: lack of emotional and physical attachment, reducing arguing, expressing feelings and increasing love and affection in marriage.
I treat both marriage issues and personal issues concerning anxiety and OCD. My training in Emotionally Focused Therapy with Dr. Sue Johnson, and my training in CBT at the Beck Institute of Cognitive Therapy have given me the skills and experience that have helped hundreds of couples and individuals lead happier lives.
David Mark, Certified Gottman Therapist, School Psychologist, Licensed Social Worker, EDd Candidate, Certified Emotion Focused Therapist Cedarhurst, NY 11516, USAAfter earning my Masters of Science in Bilingual School Psychology and a Masters of Social Work, I began a career in early childhood education at a special education preschool, where I worked full time as a Bilingual School Psychologist for 6 years. I have been in my current position as a School Psychologist and Social Worker for the city of New York for the past 11 years, and am fortunate to teach a number of courses at DRS High School, including AP Psychology. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Jewish Educational Leadership.
I am an avid participant and lecturer in the emerging field of Positive Psychology, I wrote and developed a curriculum called "The Science of Happiness" whi…
BEATTY (BRACHA) COHAN, MSW, LCSW New York, New York 10025, USA USAAfter 35 years of clinical practice, my greatest joy is helping people get to the root of their problems so that they can finally acknowledge, address and RESOLVE their issues, whatever they may be. Unless people are helped in this way to deal with their historical problems that ALWAYS impact the present, they continue to never really be able to live fully in the 'moment'. The 'skeletons in the closet' need to be emotionally resolved as best as possible, even though we can't change history.
I want to work with people who are really serious about resolving their problems.
I am warm, compassionate and a cheerleader and look forward to helping you maximze your potential. If possible…
Cindy Blank-Edelman Cambridge, MA 02139, USAWhether you have depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, or just a lot of stress, you want things to be different. From self-acceptance comes the ability to create change in your life. With compassion and creativity, I can help you figure out who you are, how you got to be who you are, and how you can become the kind of person you would like to be. There is hope; you can feel better with some help.
Your Jewish practice can be a source of strength and support to help you feel better. I know about leading a halachic life and I can support you no matter what your Jewish observance is like.
I am an engaging, interactive therapist who works with individuals, couples and g…
Hindie M. Klein, PsyD Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA Individual Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytic treatment with Children, Adolescents and Adults; Play Therapy with Children; Consultation/Collateral Treatment with Parents; Marital and Pre-Marital treatment; Clinical Supervision utilizing Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytic approach, with specialty in Countertransference issues; Completed NYU Postdoc Training Program in Psychoanalytic Supervision
Miriam Gross, Dr. Brooklyn, New York 11242, USA
Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? Do you have a challenging relationship with someone you care about? Maybe your parents, your spouse or any other family member? Sometimes our closest relationships can be the most difficult ones to navigate. Your future depends on what you do now.
I'm down to earth, warm and direct, which my clients appreciate about me. I have guided hundreds of clients towards personal growth, finding meaning and motivation in everyday life, relationship-repair and freedom from addiction and codependency. I specialize in anxiety/OCD, depression, addiction, trauma, adoption and relationship issues.
The research-based methods I integrate are from the studies of…
The Right Way – Parshat Vaeira
We find ourselves in a moral dilemma at times when we have two moral values that conflict. Is there always a correct course to choose? When there is enough money left at the end of the month for either a special treatment for an elderly parent or a tutor for a child with ADD, how do you choose? Can I allow for the perception of "how others view me" to become a consideration?
I was actually surprised in …
I am apprehensive about writing this article, addressing this topic. My apprehension is based on the following sources.
Avtalyon omeir: Chachamim, hizoharu b’divreichem, shemo tochuvu chovas galus, v’siglu limkom mayim harayim, v’yishtu hatalmidim haba'im achareichem v’yamusu, v’nimtza Sheim Shomayim mischaleil.
Avtalyon would say: Chachamim, be careful with your words; lest you be guilty of exile, to a place o …
Zeh to-aim l’fi maasav vzeh to-aim l’fi maasav.
Both eat from one bowl, but this one tastes according to his experiences and that one tastes according to his experiences. (Avos d’Rabi Nasan, 37:9)
You and your child share an external experience. Did you just have the same
experience internally? Often, you did not.
Sensory experience can be shared. It comes from your environment and is received by your fiv …
Be a Mensch! – Parshat Shemot
Without being sexist, this phrase simply implores the individual to be an upright, responsible individual with civility and humility – no matter male or female - who doesn’t stand idly by while others suffer. Although I did consider using "Be a Man", I decided that the title itself might keep people away. In addition, the word Mensch implies infinitely more than the word "man". (I add a tip of …
Middos tovos are a prerequisite for Torah.
One must first improve his middos and then the Torah can dwell upon him... One cannot learn Torah first and then acquire good middos because this is impossible.
(Rabeinu Yonah on Avos 3:17)
Yes, Rabbi Ackerman, I understand that. You have mentioned that the best way to teach children is by example. The problem is that my children are not with me all day to see how I conduct myself in v …
S'iz nisht keyn chidush vas ihr geyt nisht hecher. Veyl s'iz nisht chashuv ba eykh keyn uvda.
It's no surprise that you haven't grown. Your accomplishments haven't been acknowledged. (Birchas Asher, Stolin, as explained to me by a Stoliner Rav)
Children thrive on success. It is the responsibility of parents and educators to look for and point out those successes. Without that acknowledgement, children do not grow.
Mom: I r …