Many people experience emotional distress at some point in their lives, often turning to family or friends for support. However, sometimes this is not enough.
I offer you a chance to reflect and to explore feelings you have about yourself, other people and experiences. Recognizing and understanding patterns in how you think and react to circumstances, will help you make more deliberate choices and take control of aspects of your life.
As a lecturer at the IDC and in my private practice, I work a lot with immigrants to Israel from various cultural backgrounds. I often encounter issues revolving around immigration, however these issues seldom stand alone. They tend to be connected to preexisting or more general topics. I also provide therapy for people dealing with medical issues, and elderly people and their family members.
I have been trained as a clinical neuropsychologist, specialized in Geriatry. Based on the fact that I noticed a lack of care for elderly, I offer a service people suffering from cognitive decline, in which I help the client and/or their family members find the right specialists and provide counseling. In these cases I also offer home visits and can accompany the clients to the meetings with their physicians.
I have been trained as a specialized psychologist in the Netherlands, the United States and Israel. Sessions can be held in Hebrew, English and Dutch.
If you would like to find out more about how I work, I invite you to take a look at my website: https://chantaltherapy.com
Free University of Amsterdam (VU) & University of Amsterdam (UVA)
Israel: 27-2988 (Licensed Medical Psychologist)/the Netherlands: 79066703625 (licensed Health Care Psychologist)
Post-graduate specialization in Health Care Psychology - 2007
Telephone Counseling, Online Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Person-Centered Therapy (Rogerian Therapy)