Chaya Feuerman, Psychotherapist, LCSW-R Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA Kew Gardens Hills, NY 11367, USATrauma in all its forms - physical. emotional, sexual, religious/spiritual, financial and educational abuse and neglect is my specialty. I am a Certified IFS Therapist and a Certified EMDR Therapist. I have offices in Brooklyn and Queens. I see adults and children ages 11+
Allan Katz, LPC, LPC/MHSP CSAT Memphis, TN 38119, USAAllan J. Katz of Rediscovery Counseling helps you achieve long term recovery from addiction, including alcohol, drugs, sex, gambling and internet addiction as well as depression, anxiety and trauma. When you collaborate with Allan to work through your issues in a healthy way, you'll rediscover your authentic self, feel less stressed out and regain your own personal power to live a rich, fulfilled life. You'll rediscover what life can be like without cravings, obsessions and compulsions. You'll have more energy, healthier intimacy, better communication skills and serenity.
Jenny Sassoon, LMSW, Professional Certified Family Coach & Relationship Educator Maale Adumim and Jerusalem, IsraelI believe that when we are in a healthy relationship with ourselves â aware of, connected to, fully embracing of, confident and love who we are â we are successful in our relationships with others AND we have more clarity, confidence, satisfaction and success in our lives.
My mission is to help you tap into your inner strength and inner voice, feel empowered in who you are, and ultimately guide you to walk out into the world with clarity, confidence, focus and direction. I also teach simple, powerful, and effective relationship tools that empower you with the confidence and the ability to effectively communicate your own needs, wants, and desires AND build long-lasting healthy …
LCSW Trauma Specialist, Esther Goldstein Cedarhurst, NY 11516, USA USA
Psychotherapy, Trauma Treatment & Clinical Consultation.
As a therapist, it is my privilege to join courageous individuals on their journey of healing their pain and hurt from the past as they build lives of authenticity, health, connection and emotional freedom.I take an interactive, collaborative approach to therapy while nurturing the therapeutic relationship as that is the bedrock to solid healing. Bringing warmth, openness and creativity, I help clients transform pain to possibility.
Integrating scientifically based therapies including EMDR, Somatic Interventions, Ego State Therapy (Parts Work), And Expressive Arts, my clients experience short term relief as well as cha…
David Schatzkamer, LMHC Brooklyn, ny 11234, USAI provide counseling for children and families, collaboratively working to identify short-term solutions and long-term strategies for dealing with emotional and behavioral problems. I believe in diminishing childrenâs emotional issues, while helping them develop the coping skills needed to better function in school and in life. Together, we will individualize our treatment approach to the particular needs of your child, working as a team to establish the change your family needs and deserves.
I have obtained extensive training in Play Therapy. This work, as well as my ongoing tutelage at the Family & Play Therapy Center in Pennsylvania, has helped me facilitate change in the lives of…
Brynde Finkel-Storch, LMSW,MA USAOver 20 years experience. Eclectic, CBT and DBT principals incorporated
Specializations: anxiety and depression, women in transition, infertility challenges
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Alan Singer, PhD Highland Park, NJ 08904, USA Brooklyn, NY 11234, USAWhat motivates me each morning? These heart-wrenching statistics: 2/3 of divorcing couples don't receive even 1 hour of counseling, 2/3 of divorces DO NOT involve high-conflict marriages, children of divorce are twice as likely to divorce, and 2/3 of divorces occur within the first 10 years of marriage. My specialties are: saving couples on the brink, marital rescue after infidelity, and reviving empty nester marriages. I am married for 39 years, father of 4 grown children, and counseling in NYC since 1980 with an 80% success rate in saving couples. I have access to Rav Moshe Tendler and Rav Dovid Cohen for Halachic advice and referrals. I have extensi…
Sheri Toiv, LMHC Brooklyn, New York (NY) 11234, USAMy practice is geared toward individuals and couples seeking improved relationships, self empowerment, deeper insight and a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Together we will unearth long standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing peace and prosperity. Together we will explore and determine tangible steps you can take to change your life in a real, achievable way. If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
As a relationship specialist with a psycho-dynamic foundation and additional skills tra…
Aryeh Siegel, Ph.D. Efrat, 90435, IsraelCounselor and lecturer in logotherapy with a background in the philosophy of religion and reflection on the meaning of life. Have assisted clients in discovering their own values and direction, as well as the means to live their lives with more integrity and thereby handle personal and marital difficulties.
In 1830, Alexis de Tocqueville commented that, In America I have seen the freest and best educated of men in circumstances the happiest to be found in the world; yet it seemed to me that a cloud habitually hung on their brow, and they seemed serious and almost sad even in their pleasures. (Democracy in America, Harper & Row, 1969, page 536)
What makes life so difficult? Why do so many walk around in our worl …
You probably recognize the words, “the jury will disregard.” It is the instruction judges give jurors to ignore inadmissible testimony after it has already been offered in open court. Of course the jury, composed of human beings, cannot forget what it has already heard — even if they try. The integrity of the proceedings have [sic] already been damaged.
(Stephen Stromberg, The Washington Post, November 6, 2016)
It m …
Responsible or "Response-able" – Parshat Nitzavim-Vayelech
I love word games. "Dad jokes" are funny – okay, maybe not, but at least witty. "How do you call a bee that can’t easily make up its mind? A maybe."1 (is that a groan I hear?) I'm lucky, as well, to be interested in a school of human ontology/psychology/existentialism/motivation whose founder liked word play as well.
We can even use it in this week's parsha. There may b …
Happy by Choice – Parshat Ki Tavo
We all want to be happy. You know how I know? From all the ads for programs on how to be happy. And many of them are quite successful. Even the American Declaration of Independence, proclaims the right to pursue happiness as an inalienable right of all humanity. I know I want to be happy.
In a negative sense, the Torah describes the importance of happiness. This week's parsha, seems to say that "The Rebuke" …
Sweetheart, you’re crying. Why are you feeling lachrymose?
How often have you said that to your child? Probably never.
But you may have asked, “why are you sad?”
Wasn’t Moshe Rabeinu sad when he saw the Egel HaZahav? Why didn’t he cry then the way he cried when the Yidden sinned with the Moabites at Shittim?
When the people made the Golden Calf, Moses argued, Why, O L-rd, …
Tovim ha-shnayim min-ha'echod, two are better than one. (Koheles 4:9)
What about more than two?
According to the Vilna Gaon’s understanding of a Mishna in Avos, the more, the better. This includes children together with adults.
The Mishna says: Marbeh Yeshiva, Marbeh Chachma (Avos 2:7),
The Gra on this Mishna says it alludes to this statement in the Gemara:
Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi says: Much Torah have I learned from m …