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Aliza Horowitz is a Lubavitcher Licensed Mental Health Counselor practicing in Crown Heights. Her practice offers psychotherapy services for adults, couples, and children. Aliza believes that one size never fits all, therefore she tailors the therapy to the individual. People who contact her are usually doing so because they are experiencing difficulty in their personal relationships or are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms of stress, depression, anxiety and other related problems. Aliza can practice therapy online via Zoom for parents and older children.

Text: 718-730-3850
Email: alizahorowitz@gmail.com
 

Kids Inc. founder and CEO Allan M. Gonsher is a registered Play Therapy Supervisor and member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers, Association of Play Therapy, and a Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He has taught and supervised medical practitioners, counselors, and educators extensively regarding Play Therapy internationally. In 1985, Allan launched Kids Inc, a specialized therapy organization, with one vision in mind: Helping Children Develop. He works to identify short-term solutions and long-term strategies for people dealing with a variety of concerns that can impede healthy development and happy living. A large focus of Kids Inc is to use Play Therapy techniques and tailor therapy programs for a variety of unique concerns, from aggression to academic problems. Allan is a frum practitioner and is closely connected with the Chabad community of Shluchim. He has worked extensively within the Lubavitch community across the United States helping parents find local practitioners and therapists  that are a good fit for their child.

Email: allangonsher@kids-incorporated.com
Phone: 913-617-9294

 

Akiva Perlman, PhD., has dedicated nearly 2 decades working with struggling individuals and families within the Jewish community at large. His work experience ranges from intensive work in inpatient psychiatric settings to countless programs within the Jewish day school system. He has served as assistant director of “The Living Room” a drop in center for Jewish teens in recovery from addictions, while also holding a post as addiction specialist at Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services. He currently serves as the director of guidance for the Jewish Educational Center in Elizabeth NJ where he oversees the schools counseling departments. Dr. Perlman also holds a post as Assistant professor at Long Island University’s School of Social Work, where he teaches graduate courses on compulsive behaviors, addictions and trauma. He serves on the advisory board at Amudim, an organization forging the course for our communal response to trauma and abuse. He has lectured extensively on the topic of abuse, addiction, and prevention in a variety of settings to both professionals and parent audiences.

Email: akiva.perlman@gmail.com


 
Rona Novick, PhD is the Dean of the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration and holds the Raine and Stanley Silverstein Chair in Professional Ethics and Values. In addition, Dr. Novick serves as the Co-Educational Director of the Hidden Sparks program which provides professional development to day schools and Yeshivas.
Dr. Novick developed and served as the director of the Alliance for School Mental Health at North-Shore Long Island Jewish Medical Center, where she authored the BRAVE bully prevention program.
Along with scholarly publications on, bullying and trauma, special education, Jewish education, parenting, positive psychology and social emotional learning, she is the author of Helping Your Child Make Friends, and editor of the series Kids Don’t Come With Instruction Manuals.

Her blog: Life’s Tool Box can be found at www.lifestoolbox.wordpress.com
Her children’s book Mommy, Can You Stop the Rain was published by Apples and Honey Press in 2019.

To Schedule an Appointment, Email: rnovick1@yu.edu