Lili Bernstein (Goralnick) LCSW-R CCTP Monsey, NY 10952, USAI am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and Certified EMDR Clinician with Advanced Certification in Dissociative Disorders and Parts Work. I provide a combination of insight-oriented and tool-based psychotherapies in a safe, compassionate and private environment. I treat most presenting problems, but have specialized training and almost 15 years experience working with adults with childhood trauma and personality disorders. 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 …
Hana Julian, MSW, LCSW-R Arad (Southern Region), 89062, Israel"The essential thing is the deed," the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory, wrote on numerous occasions in his letters to his Chassidim.
I believe that one can learn to transform personal challenges into strengths, channel ADHD into use as a productive tool, and learn to use the environment to heal trauma.
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…
Mordechai Reich, Ph.D. Jerusalem, IsraelI received my Ph.D. degree in Clinical psychology and Semicha from Yeshiva University.I have been practicing in Israel for 25 years. I work with individuals and couples, and I specialize in treating young adults and clients with ADHD.
Tzvi Aryeh (Steven) Wesson, LCSW Lakewood, NJ 08701, USA Brooklyn, NY 11229, USATzvi Aryeh (Steven) Wesson MSW, LCSW received his BA in Elementary Education from Brooklyn College and his Masters in Social Work from
Touro College. TA has been working in the clinical and educational sectors for over a decade.
TA's experience includes working with individuals who have developmental and psychiatric disabilities. His clinical experience includes: working with adolescents, the at-risk population, addiction, family therapy, anxiety disorders, crises intervention, couple and individual therapy. TA has training in short term solution-focused therapy, crises intervention, family therapy, group therapy, as well as CBT and ACT Therapies.
TA sees clients in our Brooklyn, Lak…
Mendel Horowitz, Certified Family Therapist Jerusalem, IsraelMy clinical experience includes work with adults and children and is guided by Family Systems Theory which considers individuals in the context of their families. I am a certified family therapist and child-centered play therapist who draws from a wide range of experience and theory to help my clients achieve their goals. Complimenting my role as a therapist, I am a rabbi at a post high school yeshiva, having spent over a decade relating with American young adults.
Sariel Garbman, Mr Montreal, QC H3X2X3, CanadaI have the beautiful ability to intertwine, both worlds, secular into religious and vice-a-versa. I enjoy working with people to explore their talents and hidden potentials.
I have a unique ability to connect with adolescents and do just as well with adults from all walks of life.
When your child was in the cradle, you spent a lot of time with her. She would call out to you and no matter what you were doing, you put everything else aside to spend time with her when she wanted you. You knew how much you meant to her and you were there for her.
Sadly, as infants grow into children and children into teenagers, many parents think they don’t mean that much to their children or teens any more. That is a m …
Who is This? Really? – Parshat Shemot
People have personal names, surnames, nicknames, childhood names, pet names, and perhaps more as well. We choose which name to use based on the context of where we are, who we are with, what impression I am trying to make, if at all, when it is and why I am meeting this person. Sometimes names are assigned to us. Or numbers (noting the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp this …
The following story is fictitious and realistic.
Many couples come to me to discuss their children.
Grifa and Katima Kohl came to me to talk about their parents. They said that whenever either set of their children’s grandparents comes for Shabbos, the household gets heated and stirred up.
I asked the Kohls to give me an example of how their home goes into turmoil when grandparents are there for Shabbos.
For some reason, my pare …
The weed of crime bears bitter fruit; crime does not pay.
Actually, there’s not a shadow of a doubt that for many people crime does pay. That’s why there are so many crimes committed, because most of the time, crime pays. The perpetrator gets away with it.
What are the odds of getting caught? According to the FBI, not very high.
Let’s look at the numbers.
In 2017, violent crime resulted in an arrest 4 …
The last four long-term strategies for connecting with conscience are humility, learning from experience, self-examination and self-worth.
Conscience is the awareness that we are we are called by life. We are given a task by virtue of the situations we find ourselves in, moment by moment. These four strategies build a growing perceptiveness.
Humility brings the awareness that I am here for a reason that is not of my own making. Therefore, I can u …
Need for Control – Parshat Vayechi
Famous Viennese psychiatrist, Alfred Adler (1870-1937), declared that the primary motivation of human behavior is the drive for control.1 We grow as children with an inferiority complex, he explained, that we seek to overcome through increased self-confidence and control as we mature. Many people recognize this complex in themselves and can appreciate Adler for his work in sharing this insight with us. Ye …