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After more than 20 years as a psychotherapist I am still passionate about my work. I love working with people and am deeply moved by our ability to grow and change, throughout life. I feel privileged to be invited into your  world and to be able to offer assistance. I believe that working together we can find authentic and rewarding ways of resolving difficult issues, of living a good life and of being in relationships.

Irit Felsen, Ph.D.

PSYCHOTHERAPY

I work with individuals, families, couples, adults, adolescents and groups. My approach to treatment is based on the particular needs and the unique situation of each individual case. I use a variety of modalities for enhancing change in individuals and couples.

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PRESENTATIONS

I regularly present in professional conferences and training workshops for mental health professionals, as well as speak to students, teachers, schools and community organizations in the USA, Canada, Israel and Europe.

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RESEARCH

While focusing on my private practice, I have remained active in research. It is important to me to integrate current advances from research with my clinical experience and with a sensitivity to the uniqueness of each individual, couple and family, so that my clients can benefit from both.

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News

Requesting Your Help and Participation in My Research Study About Covid-19 and Children of Holocaust Survivors

Dear friends and colleagues, I am conducting a research study in collaboration with my colleague, Prof. Amit Shrira at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. The study aims to examine the responses of adult offspring of Holocaust survivors to the Covid-19 pandemic, and compare them with the reactions of peers who are not children of survivors. I need both 2Gs AND those… READ MORE>>

Meeting Hate with Humanity: A Conference for Teachers, Offered by the Museum of Jewish Heritage

Presentation Date: 07/02/20
Location: Zoom

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On July 2, I will be giving a presentation for the Museum of Jewish Heritage. The presentation is in the context of a seminar entitled “Meeting Hate with Humanity: Life… READ MORE>>

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