Finding the right therapist can be a challenging process, one that is necessary, and often, long overdue.  Below is a listing to help you begin your process.  Since I have high standards, my directory is a safe place to find a provider.  I require all therapists who are listed on here, to have a graduate-level education, a relevant license and experience in their specialty, and high ethical standards.  The primary role of a mental health provider is to assist in the client's own self-discovery, increased awareness, and ultimately "finding their own answers".  When the therapist is focused on maintaining a professional and ethical practice, and the client is focused on "showing up for their lives", a good partnership may likely arise.  For specialization, rates, insurance accepted, and other information, please contact the individual provider.
I sincerely wish you the best of luck in your search for the right therapist!
You are not alone.


-Rivka Edery, M.S.W, L.C.S.W.

Author of:  "Hear Me Sing: Book I" (2016) 
                                                             “Trauma and Transformation: A 12-Step Guide” (2013) 

 

United States of America


Georgia

Charles Whitfield MD, FASAM
Individual & Group Psychotherapy and Psychiatry
(404) 843-53585 (prefer email please)
Author Healing the Child Within
and 12 more trauma and drug-related books
Please email cbwhit@comcast.net


New York

Brooklyn

Rivkah Kaufman, MS.Ed, LMHC
545 73rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Phone: 917-803-5871
Fax: 917-979-6313
rivkah.kaufman@gmail.com
www.rivkahkaufmanpsychotherapist.com

 

ELEONORA YERUKHIMOVICH, LMHC
545 73rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(516) 419-6800
Emypsychotherapy@gmail.com
Website: Www.emypsychotherapy.com

 

Wisconsin


Alan S. Wolkenstein, MSW, ACSW
Clinical Professor of Family Medicine (Ret.)
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Wolkenstein and Associates, LLC
Consultation, Presentations, and Seminars on Elder Family Dynamics and Care
Mequon Wisconsin
alan.wolkenstein@gmail.com
262 243 5489


INTERNATIONAL
ISRAEL

Andrew David Shiller, MD
Solving difficult problems of chronic pain, illness, and injury through integrative medicine. 
Expert Diagnosis~Osteopathy~Functional Medicine
Let’s help you reclaim your life!
Modiin and Jerusalem
Via Video Worldwide. 
972-02-990-3588
www.drshiller.com
www.facebook.com/ADShillerMD

Dr. Andrew David Shiller, MD is a Harvard trained doctor board certified in the US and Israel.  He is a compassionate human being, who will listen, understand and respond to your needs and values. Dr. Shiller empowers you toward healing for the long-term, by integrating the best of conventional medicine and natural methods, to find the root of the problem and treat it as best as possible.  He believes that healing comes from within and that, while medication is sometimes the answer, it isn’t always.

He helps people recover from all kinds of pain (sports, trauma, neurologic injury, arthritis, headache), brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, traumatic injuries, and autoimmune disease (arthritis, lupus, colitis, Crohn's disease, thyroid disease).


Jacob L. Freedman, MD
Board Certified Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Jerusalem
617-861-4826 (from America)
058-649-8666 (from Israel)
http://drjacoblfreedman.com/

Jacob L. Freedman, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist and licensed to practice medicine in both The Commonwealth of Massachusetts and The State of Israel. He is a graduate of The College of William and Mary, The University of Massachusetts Medical School, and The Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program where he was Chief Resident of Inpatient Psychiatry and the recipient of the Henry G. Altman award for Excellence in Medical Education.   Dr. Freedman is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine and has received multiple awards for medical education. He is a staff psychiatrist in Newton-Wellesley Hospital's Department of Psychiatry and has published academic articles in journals including The American Journal of Psychiatry, The Harvard Review of Psychiatry, and The British Journal of Psychiatry. He has presented research at The American Psychiatric Association's annual meeting, given grand rounds at Harvard Medical School, and is a respected public speaker on topics spanning medicine, ethics, and Jewish thought.