Chava Lederer MSC

Individual, Marital, and Family Therapist


Considering 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 feel like it is finally yours to own.

I believe in the innate healing power that every person carries. My role as therapist is to support you in tapping into that power, in harnessing, and in channeling it. I will be there to sift out the obstacles to getting what you need, to support you in setting them aside. I will work together with you to determine what you want, and to bring it to fruition in the best way possible.

As a person and as a professional, I respect every person from every walk of life, from any background. I honor you for who you are, where you’ve come from, and for who you want to become.


University of North Texas

Year of Graduation:

Years in Practice:

Additional Credentials:

Counseling and Family Therapy, 2014
Mental Health and Family Studies, 2015
Certified Group Therapist, 2015
EMDR Level 2 trained, 2016


Average cost per session
250-350 NIS


Discounts Available
Free Consultation, Clients on Unemployment or Bituach Leumi support can request a lowered fee to be assessed on a need-basis.


Telephone Counseling, Skype


You and Your Body

December 11, 2017

Your body is not all of who you are, but it is a constant. You are in relationship with your body always.

Sating the Binge

December 5, 2017

Bingeing is an issue of physiological needs and emotional nourishment. If we attend to these, we can find peace with food, our bodies, and our minds.

To Be Mindful Or Not To Be

December 6, 2016

So, I encourage mindfulness.  I invite my clients to be mindful: to attend, without judgment, to the present moment. I invite them to notice themselves, and use that awareness to inform their next move.

In Relationship with Mental Illness

July 19, 2016

If your spouse suffers from a mental health issue or addiction, there are some concrete steps you can take to improve your life. These are the first pieces of building your relationship.

Earth, Water, Air, and Fire

June 5, 2016

The four classical elements are channels through which we make contact with the present moment reality, and engage our uniquely human mind – a mind capable of creativity, of connecting to others, of faith and spirituality.  I offer you these four elements as resources in moments of stress, panic, fear, or any other overwhelming experience.

Last Updated: April 20, 2017


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Abuse, Anxiety / Panic, Codependency, Depression, Family Issues, Life Transitions, Marital Counseling, Trauma / Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD, Self-Esteem, Self-Harm / Suicide, Spiritual Concerns, Stress Management


Adults, Couples, Families, Men, Women, Geriatric
Hebrew, English, Yiddish


Family Systems
Somatic Work
CBT tools