Do you often feel that you have no-one to talk to about intimate issues? You have come to the right place, providing individual treatment for men and couples.
- Internet Addiction
- Depression & Anxiety
- Marital Conflicts
These are not easy issues to navigate alone. This is 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 towards 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 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 is also 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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