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.
Isaac Sochaczewski, LMHC North Miami Beach, FL 33160, USA
Isaac Sochaczewski, LMHC, Trauma Specialist and founder of Foundation-Based Therapy offers a unique therapeutic experience with each of his clients which is clinically proven to reduce anxiety and depression, change negative thinking patterns and improve one's overall mood and outlook on life. Isaac specializes in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, chronic pain, eating disorders and substance use. Isaac sees adults, children and teenagers in individual and group sessions.
Isaac recognizes the unique history and emotional makeup of each individual and as such incorporates a personalized and comprehensive approach tailored to meet his clients specific needs. In a supportive env…
Loren Aryeh Leib Ecker, Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAT-c, CASAC-T Queens, NY 11367, USA Boro Park, NY 11204, USALoren Aryeh Leib has worked in local-area schools, hospitals, and out-patient mental health clinics. He has over 10 years of clinical experience having obtained his Masters in Social Work from Adelphi University and his undergraduate degree in Theater Arts from NYU. He was trained in Family Therapy at The Ackerman Institute for the Family and now works with individuals and couples in his private practice in Queens and Brooklyn. Loren Aryeh Leib specializes in helping people to navigate interpersonal relationships, manage stress associated with major life transitions, and to better understand and like themselves. Whether struggling personally with depression, anxiety, and addiction, or as a c…
Yehudis Fromowitz, LCSW, RPT My vision is to use state-of-the-art therapeutic methods known as play therapy to facilitate children's social-emotional growth and to strengthen relationships between parents and children by helping children 'learn to play and play to learn'.
My mission is to use evidence-based developmentally-appropriate therapeutic powers of play to help children use play as their language and toys as their words to express themselves, learn, blossom and flourish. And to empower parents and caregivers with strategies to improve family relationships and enhance therapeutic progress.
I value: Respect - acknowledging the intrinsic worth of each individual. Confidentiality - safeguarding information is critic…
Talya Roth, psychologist Jerusalem, IsraelI believe in goal-oriented therapy, trying to help people overcome the difficult things which life sometimes hands us (whether it be trauma, illness, loss, domestic violence, stress, etc). My focus is on helping people find their inner strengths so that they can cope and become healthier individuals. No man is an island, and I often work with clients on the skills needed to develop healthy relationships. My objective is to help empower my clients to reach a place of positive self esteem, happiness, and meaning.
Mayer Chemtob, LMHC, CH, Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Certified Hypnotherapist Brooklyn, NY, USAAs a Certified Hypnotherapist, I specialize in breathing and relaxation techniques. I hold an additional certificate in Pediatric Hypnosis and am working towards Board Certification from the NGH. Please feel free to ask any specific questions that you may have.
Rebecca Aharon I am a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, working in private practice from my home in Golders Green, London. I work on a weekly and sometimes twice weekly basis. Working with clients both long and short term. I work with both men and women and cover a diverse range of issues. It will be helpful if you take a look at my website.
Paul Cantz, Dr. Chicago, IL 60645, USA Chicago, IL 60602, USAPaul Cantz, PsyD, ABPP is a licensed and board certified clinical psychologist and holds the positions of Associate Director of Training/Assistant Professor at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Medicine; Coordinator for the UIC Program in Religion, Spirituality & Mental Health and an adjunct faculty member at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership. Dr. Cantz concurrently works as the Supervising Psychologist at Hartgrove Hospital's Inpatient Unit and maintains a therapy caseload at a community-based non-for profit mental health clinic and…
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 …