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+
Meyer Weiner, Rabbi Doctor Jerusalem, Israel USAA warm and caring therapist with unconditional personal regard. Attune to listing to what is said and needed, not what I think has to be done . Guiding and encouraging clients to accomplish and attain there goals
Lisa (Elisheva) Rabinowitz, Mrs. Baltimore, MD 21209, USAIn addition, I specialize in stress and anger management, and I hold several wellness certifications, such as Personal Trainer, Lifestyle Coach and Group Exercise. I encourage and nurture my clients to be well balanced emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Chani Mehlman Nachlaot, Jerusalem, USA USAI am a life coach. What I do as a life coach is help people find the best way to manage their situation which will allow them to get a preferred outcome.
I work with:
â¢ Abuse Victims â¢Addictions â¢Life style Changes â¢Relationships
Aviva Nirenberg, ACC Monsey, NY 10952, USAAviva Nirenberg is an ICF (International Coach Federation) certified life coach and ADHD coach. She has over 20 years’ experience with the joys and challenges of ADHD. Aviva graduated with honors from Duke University and received her coach training from the ADD Coach Academy, the premier institution for ADHD coach training. As an educator and as a coach her passion is to help individuals overcome their challenges and maximize their potential.
Her motivated clients include professionals, creatives, entrepreneurs, business owners, parents and students from around the world who want to make positive changes in their lives. Employing a background from positive psychology, a st…
David Rosenbaum Jerusalem, IsraelMasters in Clinical Social Work from Bar Ilan University
15 years of experience working with adolescents and young adults on a variety of issues:
School functioning, difficult family situations, behavior, impulse control, anxiety, depression, trauma.
I also do supervision for therapists.
I work in English, Yiddish and Ivrit.
I worked in the past as a S.W. in Chavruta (a frum residential correctional center for teens) and in Darchei Shalom (a therapeutic Yeshiva for teens at risk) - first as S.W. and for 7 years as clinical director.
I founded a dormitory for Misrad HaRevacha for children and teens at sever risk or after mental hospitalization.
2 years ago I started work…
London, Greater London NW11 7PH, United KingdomI am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a UKRCP registered independent counsellor.
I work with adult individuals (18+) on a short- and long-term basis, aiming to increase your self-awareness and make positive, lasting changes to your life.
Marian Margulies, PhD New York, N.Y. 10025, USAThe adults I see in my practice typically want to deepen their relationships, enjoy their work more, allow themselves to feel pleasure, imagine more, and pursue their dreams. Whlle addressing my patients' presenting problem, we often find it manifests itself in many areas of their lives. Together, we work on understanding the underlying dyanmics that have resulted in one's symptoms and over time it becomes easier to loosen the ties that bind one to one's past. I help children who are having a hard time, be it at home, in school, or with their peers. Through play and talk, I help children resume the important tasks of childhood. My 20 + years of clinical e…
Naftoli Walfish Passaic, NJ 07055, USA passaic, NJ 07055, USAMr. Walfish uses Structural Therapy to achieve positive results in a relatively short time frame. This highly practical therapeutic approach focuses on the clientâs issues in the context of their social interactions â colleagues, roommates, dating partners, or spouses. The goal result is to resolve the concrete âhere and nowâ issues, as opposed to painstakingly dissecting the clientâs life history. In most cases, redressing the cycle of functional and relationship problems can be accomplished within only 15 sessions.
Specialties:In addition to being Program Coordinator at Saint Maryâs, Mr. Walfish runs a training for professionals in Structural Family therapy…
In 1830, Alexis de Tocqueville commented that, In America I have seen the freest and best educated of men in circumstances the happiest to be found in the world; yet it seemed to me that a cloud habitually hung on their brow, and they seemed serious and almost sad even in their pleasures. (Democracy in America, Harper & Row, 1969, page 536)
What makes life so difficult? Why do so many walk around in our worl …
You probably recognize the words, “the jury will disregard.” It is the instruction judges give jurors to ignore inadmissible testimony after it has already been offered in open court. Of course the jury, composed of human beings, cannot forget what it has already heard — even if they try. The integrity of the proceedings have [sic] already been damaged.
(Stephen Stromberg, The Washington Post, November 6, 2016)
It m …
Responsible or "Response-able" – Parshat Nitzavim-Vayelech
I love word games. "Dad jokes" are funny – okay, maybe not, but at least witty. "How do you call a bee that can’t easily make up its mind? A maybe."1 (is that a groan I hear?) I'm lucky, as well, to be interested in a school of human ontology/psychology/existentialism/motivation whose founder liked word play as well.
We can even use it in this week's parsha. There may b …
Happy by Choice – Parshat Ki Tavo
We all want to be happy. You know how I know? From all the ads for programs on how to be happy. And many of them are quite successful. Even the American Declaration of Independence, proclaims the right to pursue happiness as an inalienable right of all humanity. I know I want to be happy.
In a negative sense, the Torah describes the importance of happiness. This week's parsha, seems to say that "The Rebuke" …
Sweetheart, you’re crying. Why are you feeling lachrymose?
How often have you said that to your child? Probably never.
But you may have asked, “why are you sad?”
Wasn’t Moshe Rabeinu sad when he saw the Egel HaZahav? Why didn’t he cry then the way he cried when the Yidden sinned with the Moabites at Shittim?
When the people made the Golden Calf, Moses argued, Why, O L-rd, …
Tovim ha-shnayim min-ha'echod, two are better than one. (Koheles 4:9)
What about more than two?
According to the Vilna Gaon’s understanding of a Mishna in Avos, the more, the better. This includes children together with adults.
The Mishna says: Marbeh Yeshiva, Marbeh Chachma (Avos 2:7),
The Gra on this Mishna says it alludes to this statement in the Gemara:
Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi says: Much Torah have I learned from m …