The School of Psychology at Reichman University is opening a new clinic to provide psychological services to the public at reduced prices.
The clinic is open to treat individuals from the community and workers in public organizations and their families.
The aim of the clinic is to integrate various therapeutic methods that are based on cutting-edge theories and evidenced-based research, while being attentive to the client’s personal situation and cultural background. The prices range from 50-120 NIS per session.
This clinic joins a host of other activities that have been set up for the benefit of the community by the School of Psychology, as per the values of Reichman University: the freedom to initiate, responsibility to the community, and excellency.
The clinic is managed by Dr. Ety Berant, a senior clinical psychologist, licensed supervisor in psychotherapy and personality assessment and a member of staff at RU's School of psychology.
The clinic offers psychological therapy, consultation and personality assessment services to individuals from the age of four, to those in their golden age in a variety of fields:
Adaptation and coping problems at school, social and interpersonal problems, depression, anxieties, including social anxiety, and other personal issues. While the children are in therapy, their parents receive advice and guidance on how to best assist their children.
Difficulties typical for adolescents such as: adolescents' rebellion, social and personal difficulties, self –image and self-esteem issues.
- Personal difficulties such as: self-image and self-esteem; anxiety and depression; difficulties in forming close or intimate relationships; marriage difficulties; professional dissatisfaction; and parenting difficulties (of children and adolescents).
- Individuals in the middle of life standing in a cross-road regarding their personal or professional life.
Individuals in their golden age facing changes that cause loneliness and/or depression; as well as the children of elderly people who have to cope with emotional burden of being their parents' caregivers.
The psychotherapists are licensed psychologists in the midst of their training to become clinical psychologists who have obtained their M.A. degree in clinical psychology and practicants (students studying towards their M.A.s in clinical psychology).
All work is done under the close supervision of senior clinical psychologists with years of in-depth experience. All supervisors are licensed by the ministry of health to supervise in psychotherapy and personality assessment and are staff members of the school of psychology at Reichman University.
Senior psychologists will also be available to provide assistance when necessary.
The privacy of referrals to the clinic and the information obtained during the therapeutic sessions is kept strictly confidential.
The clinic can be contacted at 09-9527685 or email@example.com