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 …
Chaya Feuerman, Psychotherapist, LCSW-R Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA Kew Gardens Hills, NY 11367, USATrauma in all its forms - physical. emotional, sexual, religious/spiritual, financial and educational abuse and neglect is my specialty. I am a Certified IFS Therapist and a Certified EMDR Therapist. I have offices in Brooklyn and Queens. I see adults and children ages 11+
Suri Breban-Leiter, LCSW cedarhurst, New York 11516, USA
I take a generalist approach in practice, employing various methods, according to the need of the client. I provide supportive and insight-oriented counseling, while empowering the client with skill development and education. I facilitate a client-led session style, allowing, when possible, for the client to determine goals in treatment, and how they would prefer to reach them.
I am available to provide services via telecommunication.
Shulamis Cheryl Mayerfeld, LCSW New York, NY 10019, USAI specialize in working with individuals and groups. I've worked extensively with helping people cope with transition, relationships, stress, anxiety, and depression. I have great familiarity in working with psychiatrists in a team approach. I?ve worked in many settings and with a vast spectrum of clientele and I pride myself on understanding each client?s individual culture and background.
Some areas of expertise include: behavioral issues, self esteem problems, ADHD, family system problems, trauma, coping with medical issues, mood disorders, anxiety, OCD, BPD, and dealing with life stage changes.
Dina Waxman, LCSW-R Brooklyn, NY 11230, USASocial Anxiety Social anxiety could be crippling. You’re sitting in a room full of people, or perhaps with just one other person, and you start to feel panicked, your words come out awkward and stilted and you wish you could crawl through a hole in the floor. You know you have many positive strengths but the anxiety holds you back in many facets of life: making friends, finding and keeping a job, dating, and the list goes on. You wonder in awe at people who seem to breeze through social situations, silently wishing you could be like them, but feeling that you never will. I’m here to help you achieve those dreams. I’ve helped numerous clients overcome their social anxie…
Smadar Prager Psychotherapist, CGP South Valley Stream (North Woodmere), NY 11581, USA
I am a very attentive and compassionate person.
I work in a collaborative way.
My goal is to be a partner to your journey, to the change you wish to make in your life, and to help you move forward, happier, more aware, and more complete with yourself, your family or your better half.
My therapeutic approach concentrates on short-term treatment and emphasizes on a more open, mutual relationship.
Our first phone conversation will be a short complimentary consultation, in which you'll be able to ask me anything about the process or about me.
I am specializing in relationships; shalom bait (marriage conflict resolution), parenting (parent g…
Kalman Canant, LCSW Brooklyn, NY 11230, USAIâll teach you to RELATE-----to your problems-----to others-----and to yourself. It is my goal for clients to learn to effectively manage/eliminate symptoms and issues, and to reach optimum functioning. I focus on acceptance, mission, purpose, and existential/spiritual/religious concerns. Call or email me for a free consultation, and letâs begin. I look forward to working with you!
Neil Kosofsky, LLMFT Royal Oak, Michigan 48067, USAYou need to stop the emotional pain, get the help you need with your marriage, you relationships and your family. I can help you take control of your life, stop the turmoil, find purpose and happiness, so you can make clearer and healthier choices about your present and future, and not allow others to make those choices for you.
My clients include adults and adolescents, individuals, couples and families, helping them with relationship and family dynamics, anger management, issues of sexuality, depression and anxiety, and life's transitions and adjustments.
I am a former pastoral counselor and congregational rabbi, with nearly 15 years of experience in community organization and leadership…
A thing which you have enjoyed and used as your own for a long time, whether property or an opinion, takes root in your being and cannot be torn away without your resenting the act and trying to defend yourself, however you came by it. The law can ask no better justification than the deepest instincts of man. (The Path of the Law, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., #10 Harvard Law Review 457, 1897)
Justice Holmes may not have realized it, b …
Frustration – Parshat Vaetchanan
We all want to feel good all the time. We also know that stuff happens and our sense of stability is threatened. We often try to ignore this knowledge and live our lives "as if". We make plans, we invest time, energy and money based on dreams of how we wish to see our future. There are business plans and personal development programs that encourage us to see a few years down the line and build our present l …
Untitled – Parshat Devarim
Just a short idea and can't decide on a title. What I've come up with so far, just isn’t quite right. (if you get any ideas, please let me know)
The judges, whose appointment is discussed in this week's parsha, are reminded that they should be good, honest and fair judges for, after all, the judgment belongs to God.1 Well, isn’t that kind of obvious? If these judges are dealing with Jewish law, do they …
He [Rabban Yohanan ben Zakai] said [to his disciples]: go out [of the bais hamedrash] and see which is the good way to which a man should cleave? (Avos 2:13 in the The Lehmann-Prins edition)
Why did Rabban Yohanan ben Zakai ask his talmidim to identify one middah to which one should adhere? Why didn’t he urge them to work on all of their middos?
This question comes into sharp focus when we learn from the hakdama of Orchos Tzadik …
42 – Parshat Matot-Masei
No, this is not a blog on "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".1 Imagine - there are other times that the number 42 appears. For instance, the only uniform number that is permanently retired in Major League Baseball is the number 42, the number that Jackie Robinson wore. It is also the atomic number of the element Molybdenum.
Even so, with a tip of the hat to all Douglas Adams fans, I would like to touch on t …
Dilemmas – Parshat Pinchas
Sometimes I just hate dilemmas. They force me to choose between different options. And some of them aren’t so pleasant. You must have heard of the phrase 'between a rock and a hard place'. Some options are really unpleasant. And when you have two unpleasant options, then you're really going to suffer the choice.
Rashi in this week's parsha, Parshat Pinchas alludes to this. Back when the sun and moon were cr …