I am a bilingual clinical psychologist, providing therapy in both English and Hebrew. I work with adults, adolescents, and couples.
My specialties are treatments of individuals with eating disorders, Depression, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), and a variety of Adjustment Disorders including problems stemming from relocation and issues of work related Stress. I work with couples on conflicting relationships including issues of communication, sexual functioning and divorce. Click on recommended reading to learn more about the treatment principles I use, and about the psychological symptoms one may experience before entering treatment.
Education & training provides a brief overview of my graduate and post- graduate training, and on my general approach to psychotherapy. I was trained extensively in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Existential Psychotherapy (Gestalt), Jungian psychotherapy, and in Couple's Therapy. However, my education does not stop here, as it is a continuous and a life long process.
The experience page outlines my clinical work, my experience as an Adjunct Clinical Faculty at PAU, and a trainees’ supervisor at Stanford CAPS, as well as my experience in leading seminars both for professionals and for the general public.
The testimonials shed light on my general goals in practicing psychotherapy and what I strive to achieve working with my patients. I thank my past patients for giving me their permission to quote them without revealing their identity.
Noga Niv, PhD