Lili Bernstein (Goralnick) LCSW-R Monsey, NY 10952, USAI provide a combination of insight-oriented and tool-based psychotherapies in a safe, compassionate and private environment. My approach is both culturally-sensitive and educational, allowing a client to achieve clarity on past patterns and hurts that may be hampering healthy connections in their current life. Clients are empowered with a wide variety of tools from CBT, DBT and the 12-Steps to alter old patterns of thinking, feeling, perceiving and interacting. I will work closely with your psychiatrist, Rabbi, Rebbitzin, kalla teacher, dayan or askan for a well-rounded collaborative approach to your healing. EMDR and Group DBT available.
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.
Gila Block, Behavior Analyst New York, New York, USAI received my Masters in Applied Behavioral Analysis form Columbia University, Teachers College with dual certification in Special Education (Birth -6th grade) and General Education (Birth- 6th Grade). I work with children with developmental delays and Autism Spectrum Disorder, providing direct instruction and designing personalized curriculum and behavioral plans to modify behaviors both at school and at home. Most uniquely, I specialize in working with the parents of these children, teaching and guiding them on how the methodology and science of ABA can be applied at home to create structure and a calm home environment.
Chaya Tauber Brooklyn, NY 11219, USAChaya Tauber, LCSW maintains a private practice and is employed as a Mental Health Consultant for Head Start. She provides individual treatment using an eclectic approach including pyschodynamic, behavioral, and mind-body techniques. She provides guidance to parents and school staff regarding the social and behavioral development of children. Mrs. Tauber worked as a psychotherapist at Pesach Tikvah, an outpatient mental health clinic, treating adults and children with anxiety, depression, and personality disorders. She received postgraduate training in the treatment of adolescents at the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, a psychoanalytic institute. Chaya completed couples th…
Paul Chafetz, PhD, Psychologist Dallas, TX 75231, USAMy office is convenient to zip codes 75205, 75206, 75214, 75225, 75230, 75231, 75240, & 75243.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist in full time private practice in Dallas since 1982. I work with adults age 30+. My training includes: Ph.D. in clinical psychology and certificate in gerontology from the University of Florida; Clinical psychology internship at Duke University Medical Center; and Post-doctoral fellowship in clinical gero-psychology at the Texas Research Institute of Mental Sciences.
I am the only psychologist in the D/FW area who has completed a postdoctoral fellowship in gero-psychology. I am a member of the Dallas Psychological Association (DPA) Texas Psychological …
Yosef Cornfeld, Rabbi Jerusalem, 97278, IsraelYosef works with individuals, couples, and families, helping them through life problems and helping them to find a new direction in life. He works with couples, helping to heal troubled marriages and build a positive family, and works with “blended” families. In his sessions he helps each spouse to hear the other in a non-threatening way that builds trust and understanding.
Yosef also specializes healing addictions and “addictive” behavior of all kinds, dealing with anxiety disorders, helping men with unwanted same gender attraction, and in giving support to divorced men.
Rivka Sidorsky, Mrs. Silver Spring, MD 20910, USARivka Sidorsky (nee Windecker) is a licensed psychotherapist, a published author, a Harvard CASE research fellowship recipient, and an experienced lecturer. She is a licensed social worker in the state of MD and is a professional member of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists as well as the National Association of Social Workers. She received her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration with her Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology from Brandeis University.
Rivka has been working with women and couples since 2007. She received her training in sexual dysfunction and sex therapy from international…
Zalman Nelson Safed, Israel Worldwide, facebook.com/groups/relationshipmasters, IsraelWHAT IF you could feel good about yourself and finally enjoy relationships?
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Ellen cornfeld - MNTCW Bat Ayin, Gush Etzion, Israel Jerusalem, Israel Ellen has brought over 25 years of experience helping people of all ages redefine their relationship with food. Ellen devotes much time to those suffering from eating disorders and their narratives. Ellen has co- facilitated workshops for teens (TEEN-ESTEEM WORKSHOP) and for women (FOOD and YOU WORKSHOP). Ellen presents interactive workshops for religious girls seminaries in Israel based on creating healthy relationships with food, body image, and the surrounding culture. She is a consultant and receives referrals from concerned rabbis, administrators, teachers, therapists, and parents-both in Israel and abroad- related to behavioral patterns of eating disorders…
Work and Work – Part 2 – Parshat Pekudei
Synonyms. They can be lovely. They can be irritating. For those among us who are logophiles (lovers of words - though perhaps, also, lovers of meaning and, yes, logotherapy), we love to play with synonyms and look up in the dictionary and thesaurus to see what other possibilities there are. You see, the thesaurus is not just a book to be used when writing papers. It can be a fun book.
So, in Pa …
Psychotherapists and their credentials
While there are many articles on what psychotherapy is (or isn’t) I figured I’d start with the basics. There are so many options when looking for a therapist and it’s important to be educated to know what you’re looking at when reading their credentials and what it all means. Here’s a breakdown of the most common ones:
LMSW/ LCSW: Licensed masters in social work/ Li …
In a few hours, NEFESH will be hosting an event on the state of clinics today, so it seemed an apropos time to put this in writing. For the reader’s information, I am a Director of 2 clinics with The Jewish Board.
If I may indulge the reader with a few beginning caveats:
“The case for clinics” evokes an implication that there is a “case against” something. In this case, the obvious candidate is private practic …
Work and Work – Part 1- Parshat Vayakhel
There is a concept in social psychology called cognitive dissonance and its sister-concept cognitive consonance. Leon Festinger, teaching that we strive for psychological consistency, describes a situation in which two people who are friendly do or do not agree about a third party. If they are in agreement, there is cognitive consonance while if they are in disagreement, there will be cognitiv …
Simple Reasons to Believe in Yourself:
When we believe in ourselves we grow and change
We take better care of ourselves
We are kinder and more compassionate to others
We believe in our children
We make better choices and take risks
We set goals and have a better chance of following through with them.
We don't beat ourselves up when we make a mistake or fall.
We don't quit when things get hard.
We don't take things as personally or hol …
It's Not Fair – Parshat Ki Tissa*
When I was growing up, child care was something your mother did and nursery schools weren’t so prevalent. So, I spent my days at home with my mom and she made sure I had everything I needed. But one day, I noticed my older brother was going to school. I don’t think I had any idea what it was but it meant he was going somewhere. I do remember crying about not being allowed to go to school. It was …