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Daniel Fund
Credentials
Type of Therapist:
Psychotherapist

Individual and Couple Therapist

Primary Degree(s):
MSC, L.L.B.
Finances
Average Cost Per Session:
250-350 NIS
Insurance:
None
Discounts Available:
Free Consultation
Office 1
  • Jerusalem
Office 2
  • Modiin (Mevo Horon)
Telehealth Available

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Credentials
Type of Therapist:

Psychotherapist

Individual and Couple Therapist

Primary Degree(s):

MSC, L.L.B.

Finances
Average Cost Per Session:

250-350 NIS

Insurance:

None

Discounts Available:

Free Consultation

Office 1
  • Jerusalem
Office 2
  • Modiin (Mevo Horon)

ABOUT

Do you often feel you have no one to talk to about personal issues? Do you find yourself wishing things would change and be different? You have come to the right place, providing treatment for individuals and couples.

Specializing in:

- Internet & Pornography Addiction

- Abuse

- Depression & Anxiety

- Parenting

- Marital Conflicts

These are difficult issues to navigate alone and where professional help is called for. The treatment takes place in an empathetic, safe, and supportive atmosphere while maintaining utmost confidentiality. Offering an initial free phone consultation.  Call now and take your first step toward a more calm and meaningful life. Sessions take place in the office right outside Modiin (Mevo Horon) or in Jerusalem.

For more information, please visit Daniel's website at - www.danielfund.com

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 an internship in couples therapy as well. Daniel has extensive experience working individually with adults as well as with couples.

Previously a divorce lawyer, guiding many clients who chose to go through with divorce proceedings; graduated with two bachelor's degrees, in law, and in education.

QUALIFICATIONS

Degree
Education
Year of Graduation

MSC

University of North Texas

2014

L.L.B.

University of North Texas

2014


Degree
MSC

Education
University of North Texas

Year of Graduation
2014

Degree
L.L.B.

Education
University of North Texas

Year of Graduation
2014
Years in Practice

8

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ADDITIONAL CREDENTIALS

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)

Licensed Attorney

DISTANCE COUNSELING

Online Therapy

BLOG POSTS

The CYCLE: The Key to Rebuilding Your Marriage

Something was comin' there way and it was no good... Shira and David find themselves in a vicious cycle that they are both trapped in for years. They fall back to their default coping styles which continue failing them. In fact, we all fall back to these coping...


Can You FIX her?

The short answer? You cannot "fix" your wife. But you don't need to. You need something else a whole lot better...


40 Years of Research: Why Solving Your Marital Disputes is Not the Solution

Many couples think that they just need to be able to find an agreement, a compromise, a solution to their disagreements. And that couples' therapy is about solving their disagreements. In fact, for many years this is how couples' therapists approached therapy as well...


Feeling Helpless? Here Are 3 Corona (or Anytime) Coping Skills

It can happen at any time or place. But especially now, with the impact of COVID-19 still being felt here in Israel even as things are finally opening up, it's an expected emotion to be feeling. Helplessness. And we are all in it together. Including your therapist. W...


PRIMARY SPECIALTIES

Abuse

Addictions

Anxiety / Panic

Couples / Relationship / Marriage Counseling

Depression

ADDITIONAL SPECIALTIES

Adjustments

Executive / Career / Life Coaching

Family Issues

Parenting Issues / Training

Self-Esteem

Sexual Abuse / Rape

CLIENT FOCUS

Population

Adults
Couples
Men

Languages

Hebrew
English

TREATMENT APPROACH

Emotion-Focused TherapyEmotion-focused therapy (EFT) is a type of psychotherapy that is based on the idea that emotions play a key role in a person’s mental health. EFT focuses on helping people to identify, accept, and manage their emotions in a healthy and productive way. The goal of EFT is to help people identify and express their emotions, understand how those emotions impact their behavior, and learn how to manage their emotions in a way that is adaptive and healthy. EFT is a research-based approach to psychotherapy that has been found to be effective in helping people manage a variety of mental health conditions. It has been used successfully in the treatment of individuals, couples, and families, as well as with groups. EFT is particularly beneficial for people who struggle with emotional regulation, mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues.

Family Systems TherapyFamily Systems Therapy is an approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes the importance of understanding how the family functions as a whole, and how individual family members interact and affect one another. It focuses on how family dynamics, such as communication patterns, roles, and power dynamics, shape behavior, and how changing these dynamics can lead to positive change. Family Systems Therapy is a collaborative approach, where the therapist works with the family as a whole to identify and address areas of conflict and distress.

SERVICES OFFERED

Individual Therapy
Couples Therapy

BLOG POSTS

The CYCLE: The Key to Rebuilding Your Marriage

Something was comin' there way and it was no good... Shira and David find themselves in a vicious cycle that they are both trapped in for years. They fall back to their default coping styles which continue failing them. In fact, we all fall back to these coping...

Can You FIX her?

The short answer? You cannot "fix" your wife. But you don't need to. You need something else a whole lot better...

40 Years of Research: Why Solving Your Marital Disputes is Not the Solution

Many couples think that they just need to be able to find an agreement, a compromise, a solution to their disagreements. And that couples' therapy is about solving their disagreements. In fact, for many years this is how couples' therapists approached therapy as well...

Feeling Helpless? Here Are 3 Corona (or Anytime) Coping Skills

It can happen at any time or place. But especially now, with the impact of COVID-19 still being felt here in Israel even as things are finally opening up, it's an expected emotion to be feeling. Helplessness. And we are all in it together. Including your therapist. W...