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Nitsan Ozer MFT, M.S.Marital and Family Therapist
Hello! Shalom! My name is Nitsan and I am a therapist in Tel Aviv, Israel.
– Supporting Olim Chadashim with all the (expected and unexpected) emotions and challenges that come with the huge life change that is immigrating to a new country.
– Helping Young Professionals overcome the high amounts of stress and anxiety typically experienced during this age.
– Working with multicultural clients (e.g those with immigrant parents) to help lessen the feeling of “where do I belong?” and increase/ bring clarity to your sense of self and personal identity.
MY THERAPY PRACTICE
As a therapist, my practice is guided by many core assumptions of General Systems Theory, Communications Theory and Emotion-Focused Therapy. Through the therapeutic process, I view symptoms as a result of relationships between individuals, and not just manifesting solely within a single individual.
My practice is rooted in my belief of human resilience and hope; that the individual can still heal and grow after painful experiences.
I view therapy as a collaborative process and as we work together, I will look to provide you with the techniques and approaches that will suit you best, for each individual and each situation is its own. I may offer alternatives to traditional therapy such as varying forms of meditation and deep breathing.
Further, I believe that the therapeutic relationship is a unique and personal one; I honor that by creating a safe, nonjudgmental space in which we can explore current struggles, discuss past hardships and make way for healing and hope.
A QUICK “ABOUT ME”:
I was born in Israel and raised in Las Vegas by Israeli parents.
I received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona and a Masters of Science in Couples and Family Therapy from the University of Oregon. I have taken additional courses in Mindfulness and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and completed the Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1 Training.
Several years ago I made the decision to move to Israel for a “brief” period of time, which has now unfolded into a chapter of my life that is more settled, rooted and allows me to call Israel my home.
University of Oregon
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Last Updated: October 24, 2017
SPECIALTIESAnxiety / Panic, Behavioral Issues, Child Abuse, Eating Disorders, Family Issues, Holistic, Life Transitions, Marital Counseling, Trauma / Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD, Self-Esteem, Self-Harm / Suicide, Sexual Abuse / Rape, Stress Management
Adults, Couples, Men, Women