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+
Cathy Sullivan-Windt, Dr. Baltimore, MD 21210, USAA counseling center in Baltimore MD focused on providing high quality therapy in a comfortable atmosphere. We empower clients to overcome anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief, relationship issues, and other challenges. To accommodate your busy life, our Baltimore therapists offer early morning, day, evening, and weekend appointments. We invite you to see how together your biggest challenges can be overcome
Steven Shragie Gestetner, Mr. NORTH YORK, Ontario m3h 3h7, Canada“Many of us spend our whole lives running from feelings with the mistaken belief that you can not bear the pain. But you have already borne the pain. What you have not done is feel all you are beyond that pain.” (Khalil Gibran).
I practice person centered and body centered psychotherapy. I will support you achieving your goals. I will help you in identifying and your own therapeutic path and abilities - you are the expert of yourself. I practice Emotionally Focused couple therapy, a highly successful couples therapy model.
Are you living with the effects of past negative events which do not go away no matter what you have tried? Do you feel a strong desire to forget and move forw…
Leah Rokeach, Therapist Brooklyn, NY 11204, USAMy Specialty:
I work with people diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders.
I use the Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Recovery Oriented Approaches and CBT for Psychosis
I have been trained to use the Hearing Voices Network approach with people who hear voices. I use this approach with individuals in my private practice and lead groups for people who hear voices.
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.
Chava Lederer Jerusalem, IsraelConsidering therapy is a courageous choice. It denotes a willingness to be honest with yourself, and a determination that things be better than they are now. And they can be.
In the process of therapy, you will re-discover your strengths and develop your resources. With this focus on your personal resources, you will be empowered from the very beginning. In time, greater awareness about whats working and what’s not in your life will lead to making choices that truly fit for you. Old, troublesome experiences will lose their grip. You will begin to find more comfort in yourself. You will begin to trust yourself more. You will find yourself pursuing life with greater vigor. Your life will…
Osher Klahr Jerusalem, Israel, Israel Jerusalem, Israel, IsraelAs a Sgan Mashgiach for over a decade, and with extensive training in various therapeutic models, I help young men overcome emotional challenges. In a caring and dedicated way, I draw on a wide range of therapeutic techniques to assist the individual on his own level. I believe strongly in the power of a human being to assist himself and view my job as a collaborating force to restore an individual's free choice. So, whether you are suffering from anxiety, depression, addiction, or relationship issues, I can work with you until you feel confident again to maximize your potential.
Motti Polityko, Mr. Los Angeles, California 90036, USASerenity, Equanimity, Peace of Mind. Are these qualities sorely missing from your life? You are not alone. Most Westerners experience rushed living, lack of acceptance, anxious and depressed mood - what inevitably amounts to suffering. While pain is a universal experience, with practice suffering can become optional. But lack of skill, low motivation, and general haggardness of life prevent many from consistent self-care which can alleviate suffering. If this is your story, The Serenity Center was opened with you in mind. Reducing suffering to manageable levels is an achievable goal - and all you may need is a skillful guide.
"Psychotherapy for the Peace of Mind" is my calling. My experience…
One of the first concepts I teach clients who begin therapy with me is the “Iceberg Method.” I draw the top of an iceberg sticking out from the water, and I say, “So you’re driving over a bridge in the winter, and the river is full of icebergs (I hold up the picture) right?” The client invariably responds, “right.” “Wrong!” I declare. I then proceed to complete my picture, drawing …
B’tzedek tishpot amisecho, judge others with tzedek. (Vayikra 19:15) How do you judge someone with tzedek?
Rabbeinu Yonah explains this as follows:
Behold, when you hear someone who says a certain thing or performs a particular action wherein you can judge his words or actions in either a negative or positive manner, if the one who has performed this act is known to be a yirei Elokim, a righteous person, then you are obligated to judg …
Pumpkin Spice and Parts Work
My friend *Shani shows up at my door with a bowl of piping hot chicken soup. I have not been feeling well lately and she knows that a fragrant and nutrient rich bowl of her famous liquid gold will help me feel better. It’s incredible when a friend gets you that intimately. She knows just what I need.
I realize immediately that something is not ok with her. Perhaps in the back of her mind she needs something from …
Sorrow and remorse are two different things.
Sorrow is me feeling bad that you’re unhappy with me.
Remorse is me feeling bad that I hurt you.
When my feeling is sorrow, my intention and my behavior are to alleviate my discomfort.
When my feeling is remorse, my intention and my behavior are to alleviate your discomfort.
Even though he gives him, he is not forgiven until he requests [forgiveness] from him, as the pasuk says, “Now return …
Shne'emar “tov erech apayim mi’gibor.” Hochi havei peirusho dikro: Tov erech apayim haba mitzad hagevurah shel kibush hayeitzer, lo mitzad rachus hateva. (Rav on Avos 4:1)
If I may paraphrase: There is more value in harnessing emotion than in being emotionless.
What is the value of emotion? Aren’t we all about Chochmah, Binah, and Daas, types of cognition? No, not only. We learn about ourselves and the pe …
Hocheiach tochiach es amisecho (Vayikra 19:17)
It would have been more logical to say hocheiach tochiach l’amisecho, give reproof to your fellow [because hocheiach tochiach es amisecho implies “with your fellow” rather than “to your fellow”]. However, our Torah haKedosha is a treasury of mussar, interpersonal life skills. It has embedded a life lesson in these words. The plain meaning is to give reproof.& …