Lili Goralnick, LCSW-R Monsey, NY 10952, USA I 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 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. Group therapy available.
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!
Allan Katz, LPC, LPC/MHSP CSAT Memphis, TN 38119, USA Southaven, MS 38671, 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.
Abby Weisz Israel Jerusalem, Jerusalem 96428, IsraelShalom! I am an individual and couple's therapist, with a focus on intimacy and sexuality. I also work as a sexuality educator, to broaden the information base surrounding healthy sexuality.
I work with clients across the age range, religious spectrum and range of sexual orientation. I truly believe in people’s capacity to evolve and make changes in their life. It requires fortitude and determination for an individual or a couple to go to therapy AND to do the work required to make those changes. After meeting three times, together we create a series of goals based on your needs. Sex therapy in particular requires a series of ‘at home requirements’. We track the progress of…
Michali Friedman, LCSW Queens, NY 11367, USA
Everyone deserves to be understood.
Everyone is worthy of love.
Everyone has reason to be proud.
Therapy should be a warm, safe, and unconditionally supportive environment where you are empowered to transform your life. The pace that is set and the approaches that are used should always be based on your needs.
A therapist should be a constant force in your life; one who appreciates who you are, believes in your potential, and deeply cares about your journey.
Welcome to Embrace Therapy!
Embrace Therapy uses a life-changing therapeutic equation that gives you the transformation you deserve:
My therapeutic technique, empathic approach, and useful tools + Client honesty and ha…
Michael Simcha Lax Brooklyn, NY 11230, USAThis is a specialty practice focusing on career counseling. Psychologist experienced with assessments and transitions ready to save your client time and money by helping them explore and pursue a career that really fits them. My over seven years of experience as a school psychologist has afforded me the opportunity to work with students on the transition to adult life and careers. I have also completed a career development facilitation course accredited by the National Career Development Association (NCDA).
My sister has always thought that everyone was out to get her. She is extremely insecure and very sensitive. Now her paranoia has increased to the point where she is in a fight with everyone in her family. She is furious at me because she thinks I didn’t try hard enough to get her kids into high school. She thinks my husband ruined her kids’ shidduchim. She thinks my brothers are trying to push her husband out of …
Count Off! – Parshat Bamidbar
I was once amazed when a friend of mine studying political science explained different diplomatic terms and how they really meant something different. A window of opportunity is different than a doorway. A road to peace means one thing while a pathway means something else. It is not just personal style or creative speaking.
i have also tried to develop a similar discerning eye when studying Torah bu …
Our 11-year-old son has been stealing things from his friends in school. We keep finding things in his room that we know he didn’t get from us. Recently he admitted that he took a toy from another boy’s briefcase. We are devastated. We give him everything he needs and he comes from a house that I would say has excellent chinuch. I have no idea where he picked up such a horrible thing. Additionally, we are very wo …
I am 14 years old, in mesivta, and I have no friends. I never really fit in. I am not interested in sports and the things that other kids are into. I feel very lonely and spend most of my day reading. I have always been very shy and I am not comfortable talking to anyone. My parents are not nogeah to talk to. Please help me. Thank you.
I’m sorry that you feel that you don’t fit in. It&rs …
Don’t Know Why, But… - Parshat Bechukotai
In creative or professional writing there is always an emphasis on keeping everything in the same tense, person, manner, etc. I have been sent back an article because I wasn’t consistent throughout the article in one or more of these issues. Truth is, despite my being upset that I have to rewrite certain parts, I even agree with the editor. The whole article just looks and feels better …
From Victim to Victor – Parshat Emor
There are certain truths that people generally agree to. "Suffering and death are inescapable realities of life," writes Dr. Teria Shantall in her book on Holocaust survivors.1 Or as Ben Franklin famously said, "in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes."2 That seems to be the accepted fact that bad news and suffering are an inevitable part of our lives. I mention …