Nancy Schwartz LMSW

Clinical Social Worker

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OFFICE LOCATION(S)

  • 11 Eilat Street apt. 8
  • Jerusalem
  • 91000
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Nancy Schwartz LMSW

Clinical Social Worker

OFFICE LOCATION(S)

  • 11 Eilat Street apt. 8
  • Jerusalem
  • 91000
  •  

ABOUT

I've been in practice for over 15 years, and during this time, I've experience my clients make profound changes in their lives. I'm a licensed therapist that offers guidance by helping individuals navigate and heal from PTSD, trauma, loss, depression, anxiety, and life transitions.  I aim to establish a safe, trusting relationship with my clients in a warm and caring environment. My method is an integrative approach which combines many therapeutic modalities to assist my client on a healthier path. I tend to combined a psychodynamic perspective with a trauma sensitive approach. In therapy I work along with my client to create plans and goals that will best serve your needs. Within my practice, its important for me to be client-centered and believe that you are the expert of your experience. I will work together with you to bring down those defenses, and assist to build effective coping strategies to help you to find your healthiest and most empowered version of self.


To schedule a consultation, feel free to contact me via phone or email.  


Don't hesitate to be in touch.

QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Education Year of Graduation
LMSW New York University 2007

Degree
LMSW

Education
New York University

Year of Graduation
2007

Years in Practice

13

License No.:

078054 New York; Registered social worker in Israel - 29216

FINANCES

  • Average cost per session

    250-350 NIS

  • Insurance

    None

  • Discounts Available

    Sliding Scale
    Student Discount

DISTANCE COUNSELING

Telephone Counseling, Online Therapy

BLOG POSTS

Embracing Your Fear

Apr 28, 2020

Eight years ago when I was diagnosed with Lyme disease I had a deep-seated fear of never walking again; that I would never be able to take long aimless walks like the days before.


Vulnerability Just Ahead

Apr 26, 2020

Is feeling vulnerable a good thing?   Many of us see it as a sign of weakness, as we’re not being good enough!!  We’re afraid of not being seen by others as the “perfect” mother/father, spouse, child, worker, etc.   


Learn more about GHI's verification of therapists here.

PRIMARY SPECIALTIES

Anxiety / Panic
Depression
Self-Esteem
Stress Management
Trauma / Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD

ADDITIONAL SPECIALITIES

Addictions
Adjustments
Family Issues
Grief
Mood Disorders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Psychosomatic Disorders
Self-Harm / Suicide
Lone Soldiers suffering from PTSD

CLIENT FOCUS

Age

Adults
Couples
Men
Women
Geriatric

Languages

English

TREATMENT APPROACH

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Art Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Expressive Arts Therapy
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Person-Centered Therapy (Rogerian Therapy)
Relational Psychotherapy
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

SERVICES OFFERED

Consultation
Couples Therapy
Group Therapy
Individual Therapy

PROUD PARTICIPANT


Therapist's Experience with Gap Year Students

I've worked with Gap year students for several years in Jerusalem. Addressing; Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment issues, and Social anxiety as well.

BLOG POSTS

Embracing Your Fear

Apr 28, 2020

Eight years ago when I was diagnosed with Lyme disease I had a deep-seated fear of never walking again; that I would never be able to take long aimless walks like the days before.


Vulnerability Just Ahead

Apr 26, 2020

Is feeling vulnerable a good thing?   Many of us see it as a sign of weakness, as we’re not being good enough!!  We’re afraid of not being seen by others as the “perfect” mother/father, spouse, child, worker, etc.   


Learn more about GHI's verification of therapists here