Do you often feel that you have no-one to talk to about 'men's issues'?
You have come to the right place, providing individual treatment for men and specializing in:
Difficulties with emotional intimacy
Depression & Anxiety
Difficulties with divorce
The nature of these issues is that they do not solve themselves, quite the contrary. The more we try to pretend that "everything is alright," the more they tend to worsen and reach crisis points. That is why it is very important to seek treatment and invest in yourself. The dividends are likely to be substantial.
The treatment takes place in an empathic, safe and supportive atmosphere while maintaining utmost discreetness and confidentiality.
An initial 20-minute free phone consultation is offered, in order to, among other things, get to know each other and raise concerns and questions. Experience has shown that this conversation is sufficiently reassuring to make you feel comfortable to come to your first session.
Call now, and take your first step to a life filled with satisfaction and meaning!
Sessions take place in the office in Mevo Horon (5 minutes from Modiin) or in Jerusalem.
Daniel Fund received an M.Sc. from the University of North Texas; completed his post-graduate internship at the "Family Institute" in Jerusalem and went on to complete there an internship in couples therapy as well. Daniel has extensive experience working individually with men as well as with couples. Daniel maintains a private practice and also holds the position of a staff therapist at the Family Institute in Jerusalem.
Previously a divorce lawyer, guiding many clients through divorce proceedings; graduate of two bachelor's degrees, in law and in education.
University of North Texas
Post Graduate Training as Family Systems Psychotherapist
Specialized training in Couples Therapy
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy training (Core Skills)
Gottman Method of Couples Therapy (Level 1)
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