Lili 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.
Batya Jacobs Jerusalem, Israel USAa Narrative Therapist of many years standing has worked with children and adults; couples and individuals. She and her clients have investigated the influences of depression, trauma, OCD, personality disorder, anxiety, panic attack, incest, and the power of what other people think of me?ï¿½ï¿½. All the while hearing about her clients amazing lives that those problems try to hide. She has run groups like "What is Simcha?""?Where do I want to go now?"ï¿½ï¿½ (for ladies who are facing crossroads); ?ï¿½?Back to work or stay at home??ï¿½ï¿½ (with nursing mums); ?ï¿½?My child has diabetes?ï¿½ï¿½ (for a group of Chareidi mums of diabetic children) etc. She offers face …
Yehudis Wolofsky, LCSW USA Brooklyn, N.Y. 11218, USAI work with families and children using play therapy, sandtray therapy, CBT, DBT and narrative modalities; I choose the technique most suitable to the needs of the client. Furthermore, I have a large contingent of senior clients who benefit from my multifaceted approaches to treatment.
Phyllis (Yedida) Sachs-Yasgur, Clinical Social Worker Teaneck, NJ 07666, USA New York, NY 10025, USAI have been in practice for 30 years, and have post-graduate training in family therapy, cognitive therapy, and play therapy for children of all ages. I specialize in the treatment of children, teens, and families who are coping with anxiety, depression, life transitions, chronic and sudden illness, grief, loss, and trauma. The focus and goal of treatment is to help families, teens,and children to realize their inner strengths and resiliency. I use a variety of modalities, including but not limited to systems therapy, cognitive therapy, play therapy, laughter therapy, and trauma therapy to best help children and families heal emotionally and cope more effectively with life's challenges.
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.
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.
Tina Kahn, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed marriage and Family Therapist Brooklyn, NY 11230, USAWorking to help you build your self-esteem and well-being is one of my goals as a psychotherapist. As a psychotherapist, I deal with healing problems from your childhood that are still with you as an adult. I utilize CBT/DBT skills training as well as EMDR and Guided Imagery to help you to identify patterns which you wish to change and then I work with you to change these patterns.
In my work with couples, I use Sue Johnson's Emotionally Focused Therapy to facilitate a deeper understanding of each other and a more accepting and compassionate regard for your partner. I also use the teachings of John Gottman, Harville Hendrix and Brent Atkinson as a way to teach couples how to enhance th…
My parents are very controlling, critical, self-centered and emotionally unstable (they may possibly have personality disorders).
One of my sisters recently started disconnecting by minimizing her interactions with my parents. My parents are very hurt and angry and are trying many tactics to change my sister's behaviors (which includes badmouthing her to rabbanim).
I come from a large family and all of the children are marrie …
I have been married for almost a year. Overall things are good. The problem is that whenever my husband and I have a disagreement he will completely shut down. For example, I didn't appreciate that he came home really late the other night and I told him so but instead of discussing it he got all offended and basically avoided me for 2 days. I get the impression that he thinks that I am never allowed to be upset at him or justified …
The Right Order – Parshat Toledot
When you tell a story, you are expected to tell it chronologically correct. We would almost always start a story with the phrase 'once upon a time' and almost never with the words 'and they lived happily ever after'.
Yet there seems to be a bit of confusion here. In Parshat Toledot we read that Yitzchak planted and reaped a hundredfold of what was expected. So far, so good. But only then does it s …
The Importance of Being a Servant – Parshat Chayei Sara
First there was the importance of being – based on the famous saying by French philosopher, Rene Descartes, "I think therefore, I am." He further explained, "we cannot doubt our existence." It is important to be and to be aware of being.
Then there was "The Importance of Being Earnest", a comedy written by Irish writer, Oscar Wilde.
But before all that there was "The Importance o …
Looking Out for Number One – Parshat Vayeira
We are number one. We need to look out for number one. There was even a book that came out in the fifties with the title 'Looking out for #1'. In a recent edition, the writer points out that each of us has a "moral right to take actions aimed at giving (ourselves) the greatest amount of pleasure and the least amount of pain"1 as long as we don’t bring harm to others. This is certainly …
I am an 8-year-old boy. There is an older boy who beats me up and bothers me every day on the bus. He is bigger than me and if I ignore him he just acts worse. There is nothing the Yeshiva can do because there is no teacher on the bus. I really worry about it a lot and I don't like going to school anymore (although it is true that I really like it once I get there). My parents said I can write to you to ask you for advice.