Geulah Grossman, M. Sc., was a senior faculty member at Orot Israel College,
where she trained guidance counselors and teachers of emotionally disturbed children.
Her popular column Beineinu, which dealt with human relations and
mental health, appeared for five years in the newspaper Makor Rishon.
While working for the Individual and Family Therapy unit of the Shomron
Regional Council, Geulah treated victims of terrorist attacks and their families.
In the aftermath of their expulsion, she worked with Gush Katif families in a project designed
both to document the families’ travails and support their psychological resilience.
Geulah sees a wide variety of clients seeking individual, marital or family therapy.
Originally from New York, Geulah and her family made aliya over 30 years ago.
She is ideally suited to helping multi-cultural and multi-generational families.
The Jpost section includes articles which appeared in the Jerusalem Post,
in Geulah’s column Uncommon Sense.
As a single professional in the USA, I felt competent and confident. Then, at age 23, I married and came on Aliya. Personally, professionally and socially, I was in uncharted territory. Geulah helped me sort out my feelings and thoughts, and get back on track.
Geulah Grossman changed my life. As a teen ager, I was abused. Therapy that I tried a few times in the past was pretty useless. Geulah was the first and only therapist who really understood me. FINALLY, I am free of the past, functioning well at home and at work, and daring to dream big.
Decision-making has always been excruciating for me, especially when money is involved. I also have trouble adjusting to new places and people. So a new job offer that might have excited someone else -- terrified me. Geulah helped me cope with my fears and develop good decision-making strategies.