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PRE-MARITAL COUNSELING

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RELATIONSHIP ISSUES

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

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MARRIAGE AND FAMILY ISSUES

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TRAUMA & INTERVENTION

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CHILDREN & ADOLESCENCE

Get to Know About Batsheva Gruber

Batsheva is a licensed Marriage and Family psychotherapist with over thirty years of experience.Working with individuals, (adults, teen, and children), couples, and families, she specializes in trauma, eating disorders, drug and alcohol addiction, domestic violence, and divorce; combining spiritual and nutritional components with clinical psychology. Batsheva has special training in codependency, sex, love, internet, game, and gambling addictions; and utilizes specific techniques including EMDR, Somatic Intervention, as well as focus and grounding for trauma and disassociation.

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BATSHEVA EDUCATION

Batsheva’s mentor to her psychology career was the esteemed psychologist J.R. Kennedy, Ph.D., advisor to NASA and two presidential administrations. In addition to being a close friend of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Dr. Kennedy was the founder of The Center for Human Problems and The Malibu Research Group Center in California, a center known for it’s expertise in treating many mental health issues.

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MARRIAGE AND FAMILY ISSUES

Today’s more complicated, more stressful lives, place increased stress on our marriages and on our families. Holistic psychotherapy teaches us to address these issues with empathy, love, respect and healthy communication.

TRAUMA & INTERVENTION

Working through, and coping with past traumatic, overwhelming, experiences to help us ensure a better future. Batsheva is certified with and uses EMDR, Somatic Intervention, CSAT and other modalities tailored to your individual needs.

CHILDREN & ADOLESCENCE

Parents are faced with difficulties and concerns raising children in today’s society. There are many decisions concerning issues such as child care, schooling, healthy boundaries, sibling conflicts, drugs, and outside influences.