Jerusalem Branch

Marsha Levine-Shbiro

MA in clinical psychology, Columbia University; authorization as an expert in clinical psychology by the Ministry of Health of the State of Israel; licensed to conduct therapy with hypnosis by the Ministry of Health of Israel; MA in education and a teaching credential; MA in physical anthropology, Cornell University; authorized to provide educational counseling by the Hebrew University in Jerusalem; expert in therapy with EMDR; has supervised psychology students and licensed therapists.


Dr. Sara Altman

BSW, The Hebrew University. Graduate of the Gestalt program, Tel Aviv University.


Sandy Birnbaum – Aronovitz

BA in psychology and English literature, Hebrew University; MA in clinical psychology, University of Haifa; authorization as an expert in clinical psychology by the Ministry of Health of the State of Israel; licensed to conduct therapy with hypnosis by the Ministry of Health of Israel; graduate of a course in couples therapy from the Shiluv Institute for Couples and Family Therapy in Jerusalem.


Hilary Milgrom

MSW Columbia University; graduate of the Program in Jungian Psychotherapy, Jerusalem; extensive training in narrative therapy,
the Kesem Institute and the Barcai Institute; studies in family therapy at the Ackerman Institute for the Family, New York and at the Shiluv Institute for Couples and Family Therapy in Jerusalem.
Significant experience in individual and group therapy.


Hila Zemer

Jungian analyst, clinical social worker (MSW) and certified spiritual counselor. Certified supervisor of social work and spiritual care. Her expertise lies in the female life cycle, the mother-daughter relationship, women in the Third Age (or post menopause), divorce, loss and widowhood.


Idit Levin

BSW and MSW, Hebrew University; certified supervisor in social work; graduate of studies in East-West Psychotherapy, the Unit of Continuing Education, Tel Aviv University. She taught in the Central School for Training Workers in Welfare Services and in the East West psychotherapy program.


Bella Sosevsky

MSW from Hebrew University; graduate of the multi-year program for psychoanalytic psychiatry of the Israeli Association for the Independent Psychologist; certified supervisor in social work by the Hebrew University; specialization in private and group therapy in the field of addictions from the Office of Labor and Welfare.


Batya Pilzer

MSW, The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Specialization in feminist therapy, trauma & sexual trauma, Tamar Center & Shiluv Institute, Jerusalem.
Group Therapy, Tel Aviv University.
Worked in the healthcare system with individuals & families facing chronic and life threatening disease as well as with women & couples coping with fertility challenges.
Bilingual, English & Hebrew.


Tali Haran Binnun

Clinical Social worker (MSW), Bar Ilan University. Psychodynamic psychotherapy diploma, The Hebrew University. Licensed social work supervisor. Rich professional experience with diverse populations. Hebrew speaker (mother tongue), fluent in both English and Arabic, and a basic knowledge of sign language.


Elisheva HaCohen

MSW in clinical Social Work, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; graduate of the 3 year program in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, the Psychological Service, Hebrew University.


Natasha Grudsky

B.A, behavioral science, Ben-Gurion University
M.S.W, social work- Trauma focus, The Hebrew University
Currently I'm studying in an integration based Psychotherapy program, Tel-aviv Academic College.
Trained Dbt therapist


Tali Finelt

MSW from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Graduate of the two-year 'Psychodynamic Approach when working with Adults' Program, The Academic Center for Continuing Medical Education, Tel Aviv University.
Graduate of the 'Animal Assisted Therapy' Program at the Magid Institute, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Einat Ahiman

M.A Art Therapy-Bibliotherapy for experienced therapists at Haifa University. Bibliotherapy certificate from David Yelin. Graduated in psychoanalytic psychotherapy for art therapists at The Israel Winnicott Center (IWC). Tutoring bibliotherapy students.


The Interns


Daniel Roe

BA in psychology, Tel Aviv University, MSW, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and currently a Ph.D. Candidate in social work. Graduate of the annual training program at Open Dialogue UK, has experience and knowledge working with sexual trauma, and combining tools from diverse approaches, including politically sensitive therapy and wilderness therapy.


Eliraz Bar Or

BA in Psychology, MA in Social Work, Hebrew University.


Hagit Ephraim Patrick

MSW in clinical social work in the field of direct care, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. BA in behavioral sciences and economics, Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Uses a dynamic approach to therapy.