Dvora obtained her Master’s Degree in Social work from Wurzweiler School of Social Work in New York City. During the course of her career, she has had extensive experience in treating patients from diverse backgrounds, who are coping with a variety of mental health challenges.
Dvora is a competent and highly committed psychotherapist. She has a non-judgmental and accepting approach. She makes her clients feel accepted and comfortable in working with her, as works with them on their feelings and challenges. Dvora has been successful in treating history of trauma, behaviorally challenged young adults, struggling parents, and individuals challenged with depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Aside from clinically treating clients to obtain their mental health goals, Dvora’s background also includes criminal advocacy, domestic violence outreach, re-entry support for felons, and helping with resources both within community and on the state level.
Dvora believes in using strength based intervention in treatment. Additionally, Dvora tailors her treatment plan to her clients, ensuring that they are provided with the support and skills that THEY deserve to acquire within the framework of therapy. Dvora believes, “We are all individuals and there isn’t one modality for all people, but one specific modality that is perfect for every individual.”
Using a strength-based model of intervention, Dvora incorporated Mindfulness, CBT, and Crisis intervention to treat her clients who are suffering from various mental health challenges. Dvora uses Cognitive Processing Therapy to treat victims of trauma and those challenged with PTSD. Dvora believes that, “Every individual has the basic right to live their best life! All people have the power within them to heal, this is regardless of who you are, or what you may have experienced, you have the right to heal, and should be granted the skills to unravel the strength within you to do so.”