Chaya holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from cutting-edge CIIS (California Institute of Integral Studies). Her approach is thus deeply 'integral' in the sense that it integrates the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual aspects of the client.
Her style is psychodynamic, client-centered and holistic. Sessions may include expressive arts, psychodrama, dream analysis, somatic body-centered approaches, spiritual counseling, hypnotherapy and traditional talk therapy.
Chaya has had experience working with a wide variety of topics including: - Relationship & family issues - Mental illness - Sleep problems - Eating disorders - Spiritual & religious growth - Teaching life-tools for communication, expression and the clarification of one's life's calling
Chaya's knowledge of and deep connection with Judaism also profoundly informs the work that she does. She believes that her job is to create a sacred and affirming space for reflection, healing, transformation, and ultimately JOY.
About Hillel's approach:
Hillel is trained in both Narrative Therapy and Jewish Spiritual Counseling. He has extensive experience in meditation, receiving JMAT (Jewish Meditation Advanced Training) certification.
Hillel has also worked as a chaplain at the St. Jude's Childrens' Hospital. His style is spiritually-oriented and penetrating. He works with clients to encounter and harness their deepest strengths and truths.
He brings his wisdom and love of Torah and meditation to his work, creating a safe and sacred space for transformation and healing.