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.
David Rosenbaum, LCSW Jerusalem, IsraelI have 10 years of experience working with teens at-risk from the Charedi community dealing with different issues ? Adhd, delinquency, parent-child relationship etc.
I am the clinical director at a government recognized therapeutic residential center for teens at-risk.
Yitzi Jay Horowitz, LCSW Brooklyn, NY 11218, USAI am a frum therapist who has been working with Yeshivish, Chassidishe and Modern Orthodox boys and girls, couples, men and women struggling with a variety of issues ranging from sex addiction, Homosexuality/SSA to depression, couples therapy, pre-marital counseling and much more. I find that many of the people I work with struggle with religious and existential issues and this becomes a focal point in their therapy. I look forward to meeting with you!
Chanie Levy, Mrs. Brooklyn, new york 11213, USAI provide a safe, relaxed, and nonjudgmental environment where individuals or couples can explore what it is that is holding them back. My passion is to help the individual or couple maximize their potential and to enhance the various relationships in their life. Together, we can discover a path to becoming a secure and resilient person.
My treatment specialties include couples therapy, intimacy issues, relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, parenting issues, and life transitions.
I work extensively with Hasidic clients and the Orthodox population, and am sensitive to cultural nuances.
My training includes EFT (Dr. Sue Johnson), ACT, Mindfulness, CBT, and DBT.
Nehemiah Israel Ben - Zev, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Brooklyn, NY 11234, USAMy approach to tackling life's difficult moments is via the interface, and interweaving of classical Judaeo-spiritual teachings, and the psychological approach of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). The cognitive behavioral approach to psychotherapy teaches that ideation determines the way one feels and acts.Changing the way one thinks triggers a change in the way one feels. Consequently, a change in mood promotes changes in one's behavior, and mode of conduct in daily life. Also, I use "a strengths perspective" focusing on the client's strengths which serve to compensate for one's weaknesses. This combination of the judaeo-spiritual, cognitive behavioral, and "strengths perspective" is tran…
Shlomo S Lieberman, LCSW Brooklyn, NY 11229, USA Lakewood, New Jersey 08701, USAShlomo has been providing Individual, Marital and Family Therapy for over 25 years.
Shlomo's unique model of insight oriented therapy with concrete
behavioral techniques has helped bring about change and growth for
his many clients over the years.
Realizing the potential of this model, Shlomo has decided to broaden his practice and founded Lieberman Clinical Services. Shlomo has chosen a select group of therapists to join his practice, who he has trained and continuously supervises.
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WHO PERFECTLY FITS YOUR NEEDS!
Dovid Lessin Nachla, IsraelCompleted comprehensive coursework at Neve Yerushalayim's Center for Foreign Study and went on to enroll in Union Institute's Masters program for Counseling Psychology. Completed clinical internship at The Family Institute and trained for 3 years as a member of the Domestic Violence Unit. Worked for 2 years as a family/adolescent therapist at The Kav L'Noar Center. Work extensively with post-high-school yeshiva students. In private practice, work with individual males and couples.
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 …
I am a mother of a large family k"ah, with a B"H healthy good marriage. I have come across many times in articles, speeches, etc.… a concept that is stressed that when couples talk just between themselves (i.e. date nights, walks, or just some good old schmoozing), they shouldn't talk about the kids and about the husband's work. We are told that couples should speak about "other stuff like they spoke when the …
We have recently experienced some significant financial difficulties which require us to change our standards of living. Up until 4-5 months ago, we were living what most people would consider a wealthy lifestyle. The reasons for the downturn are not important but it has been very rough on us as a family. This has caused my husband a lot of stress and has impacted our marriage as well. We are also having a difficult time explaini …
What is the panel’s opinion and experience with hypnotherapy? Does hypnotherapy work? How about when regular therapy fails? I have heard that hypnosis works because it reaches your unconscious self vs traditional therapy which only works on a conscious level.
Although I have had some training and experience with hypnotherapy, I’m certainly not an expert. I can speak generally, but I defer to those pan …