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, USAMy specialty is all forms of physical, emotional, sexual and spiritual trauma, current and past. 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+
Ari Perl, LCSW Flushing, NY 11367, USA Flushing, New York 11365, USAHave you tried learning tools to help you manage better, but you have been frustratingly unsuccessful ? My specialties revolve around helping others transcend emotional blocks, which will enable you to manage stress and use various tool more effectively. This will also help you enjoy the intrinsic love and joy of life. Sometimes there are roadblocks that need to be removed or wounds that need to be healed before you can lead the life you'd like to lead. I work with adults and children, families and couples.
My passion is helping other's discover their primary emotional needs, to develop more acceptance and love of self and other others. Aside from anxiety and depression, I specialize in fami…
Shoshana Averbach, social worker, music therapist, healer Brooklyn, NY, USAMusic therapy, intuitive counseling, energy & spiritual healing viz. wellness
Multimodality, holistic, and spiritual approach to wellness, including spiritual perspective and metaphysical causes for blocks to wellness--includes music therapy, self-help tools from EFT, TAT, Brain Gym, Bach flower remedies
Neal Bauer, Psy.D. Jerusalem, 9724405, IsraelI am a New York State licensed clinical psychologist with several years of experience in the field. I specialize in Behavioral Medicine, implementing evidence-based approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with adolescents, adults, and older adults experiencing pain, depression, anxiety and other symptoms due to temporary, chronic, or terminal medical conditions or diagnoses.
Prior to making aliyah, I completed my doctorate at LIU Post and had advanced training in DBT at the NYS Psychiatric Institute, Columbia University, learning from leading researchers and clinicians in the field. There, I worked with individuals with eating and border…
Ann (Chani) Paneth, LCSW Ann has advanced clinical training in various areas of diagnosis and treatment. Some of her specialty populations and treatment modalities are; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness Based CognitiveBehavioral Therapy (MBCBT). With her passion, skill and compassion Ann works with her clients to best help them.
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…
Nina Kaweblum Lakewood, NJ, USAI help people make changes that they dream of but never thought were possible.
Using DBT and trauma therapies, I work with clients to manage intense emotions so they can build lasting relationships and self-respect. Clients set goals and learn the skills and strategies to become the person they envision.
No one can go back and make a new beginning, but EVERYONE can go forward and make a new ending.
I remember one thing about my first day in Hebrew School. The Rabbi asked me for my Hebrew name. I said I didn’t know. He said, “it’s the name your parents call you when they speak Jewish. My face lit up and I confidently answered, ”Shaina Panim.”
The Rabbi was not as confident about that response. He suggested that I ask my parents when I got home and let him know what they said. …
Conformity. Good or Bad? – Parshat Mishpatim
Isn’t conformism another way of saying that majority rules? Is it then really that bad? Our democratic institutions are based on that ideal. But is it always true? How about individualism?
Conformism, says Doctor Viktor Frankl,is often an outgrowth of what he calls Existential Vacuum.1 Is that a new concept in physics or an electrical appliance? Obviously not. Let m …
Have you ever been awakened in the middle of the night by a small human being whispering directly into your ear, “DAD.” I did, over 40 years ago, and I’ll never forget it!
Have you ever seen and heard food hurtling across a fifteen foot room from the mouth of a sick child?
Have you ever felt absolutely helpless to help another person who is intensely upset and you have no idea why?
Have you ever seen fantastic creatures an …
Some years ago, a couple came to meet with me. They sat down and introduced themselves. I asked them what they would like to talk about. The husband smiled and said, “I am a baal kaas [an angry person].” His wife nodded.
I asked, “What makes you think so?”
He gave me an example. He said that when he is behind a car at a red light, when the light turns green he blows his horn loud and long if t …
How To Make Yourself and Others a Priority in a world of indifference, impulsivity and distraction
February 4, 2020
To keep your relationship brimming with love in the loving cup. Whenever you’re wrong, admit it. Whenever you’re right, shut up. – Ogden Nash
1. If you can agree on what constitutes a clean kitchen, you can agree on anything. Most of my clients argue over the most minute details and the import …
If an emotion is written all over someone's face, it is clear to you what they are feeling.
Or is it.
And Yosef came to them in the morning and he saw them and they were zoe-afim. And he asked…why are your faces ra-im today? (Braishis 40:6-7)
Rashi writes that zoe-afim means atzavim, as in “angry and enraged,” “I will bear the anger of Hashem.” (citing M’lachim I 20:43 and Michah 7:9)
We sometimes descri …