At the Tikvah Center for Jewish Recovery and Healing we offer
Individuals, Couples, and Families
We provide individual, couples, family, and group spiritually integrated psychotherapy. Our staff has flexible schedules and is available for morning, afternoon, and evening sessions. Many of our therapists also work on Sundays. Individual sessions are typically 50 minutes long, though there are times with couples and families that we may ask for additional time to meet. During an initial session, our clinicians will orient you to the process of therapy and will explain our unique practice approach. Clients are encouraged to ask questions and to participate in the process of establishing goals and regularly discussing progress toward those goals. We see clients from various cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds, and we value the uniqueness of each client we serve. We also work with people of all abilities, genders, and sexual orientations. Many of our therapists have backgrounds working with families, vulnerable youth, and individuals who have been impacted by trauma, violence, and addictions.
The Kiddush Club is a continuing care process group for people who have completed primary treatment for a substance use disorder and/or have maintained 40+ consecutive days of sobriety and are looking to connect continuing care with Jewish cultural and/or spiritual principles. The Kiddush Club utilizes Midrash Therapy as its therapeutic orientation.
Faith In Recovery
Faith In Recovery is a continuing care process group for clergy and faith leaders who have completed primary treatment for substance use disorder and are looking to address issues unique to faith leaders in continuing care.
Grief Group Recovery
Grief Group Recovery is a grief, loss, and bereavement process group for people who have lost a loved one to substance use disorders.
Family & Friends Recovery Workshop
Family & Friends Recovery Workshop is a bio-psycho-social-spiritual skills group for family and friends of people with substance use disorders.
Parenting Recovery Workshop
Family & Friends Recovery Workshop is a bio-psycho-social-spiritual skills group for parents of emerging adults (18-26) who are recovering from a substance use disorder.
Spiritual Counseling & Chaplaincy
Spiritual care interventions parallel psychotherapeutic interventions and should remain care recipient centered with a continuing awareness of the trajectory of the illness and treatment. A chaplain might provide a spirituality lecture series, engage in spiritual assessments, offer advance care planning, maintain a sanctuary space for meditation and prayer, co-facilitate primary care groups, lead rituals, and meet with individuals, families, and staff.
The Tikvah Center for Jewish Hope and Healing offers the following spiritual care
interventions. Advance Care Planning featuring The Sober Five an advanced directive document for people in recovery. Chaplain Visits with patients, family, and staff. Group Work with a chaplain as a co-facilitator of process groups. Labyrinth facilitation by a Veriditas trained and certified labyrinth facilitator. Mandala work featuring the Mandala Assessment Research Instrument (MARI) by a certified MARI practitioner. Spiritual Counseling with a board-certified chaplain. PsychoSpiritual Recovery Education featuring our spirituality series that includes sessions on Religion vs. Spirituality, Mandalas of Spiritual Awakening, Walking the Labyrinth of Surrender, Feelings As Messengers, and Story Theology—each session integrates a complementary spiritual modality and the spiritual message of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
At this time, we are accepting out of pocket payment. Our individual sessions are $150 for 50 minutes.
We are currently awaiting being paneled by other major insurance companies.
For all intake inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org