Meet the team.
Marcy Davidovics Therapy is now growing to become
Davidovics Therapy Group. See our associates below!
Brocha Shereshevsky, LCSW
718-614-1719 | email@example.com
Brocha is a psychotherapist, practicing into her 2nd decade, after receiving her MSW from NYU. She has mentored and trained many Masters of Social work students over the years as well as supervises and directs many mental health programs in the community. Brocha has a wide range of experience in the mental health field working with trauma, grief, infertility and loss, and specializes in couples therapy.
Harriet Cabelly, LCSW
Harriet Cabelly is a clinical social worker and positive psychology coach. Regaining one’s footing after a critical life situation is a journey Harriet takes with her clients as they cope and grow through their grief and loss, guiding them towards rebuilding their lives with renewed purpose and joy.
Zohara Taragin, LMSW
917-584-6223 | Zohara.firstname.lastname@example.org
Zohara uses a contemporary psychodynamic-integrative approach with her clientele. This means that she integrates the most current theories about mind/body psychology to help you grow and heal. She offers a warm and safe space with compassionate care and listen deeply as she gets to know you and
offers an individualized plan that is just for YOU.
718-734-8804 | email@example.com | @diving_into_the_pool_therapy
Yaakov Hillel is a psychotherapist with a Master's Degree in Family Therapy, a wide range of experience in working with clients of all ages, and a specific niche working with teens and young adults. He has a tailored focus in helping his clients who have difficulty in managing, feeling, and coping with intense emotions. This is a supportive, compassionate, and connective therapy where we believe that "the true way out, is in."
Zehava Birman Wallace, LMSW
908-768-4157 | firstname.lastname@example.org | @zehavathetherapist
Zehava Birman Wallace is a psychotherapist who received her MSW from Hunter College’s Silberman School of Social Work. Speaking fluent Spanish, English and Hebrew, she has had the opportunity to work with people of all ages, ethnicities, cultures and religions. Having spent years working with with the geriatric population, more specifically Holocaust Survivors and their family members, Zehava specializes in helping those struggling with trauma, isolation, life transitions, loss of independence, depression and anxiety.
Sheva Meyers, LMSW
732-596-7938 | email@example.com
Sheva Meyers is a psychotherapist who gained her master’s degree at Fordham university. She has worked extensively with teens at risk and Holocaust survivors gaining experience in trauma, anxiety, and depression but also has experience working with a wide range of culture, ages, gender, and issues.
Shira Aminov, LMSW
310-630-9869 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shira Aminov is a licensed therapist who is passionate about the journey we can take from surviving to thriving. She is certified as a clinical trauma professional, aiming to provide a safe space for the whole person (mind and body) to engage in the therapeutic process.
Rabbi Pinney Herman, MEd
919-637-6835 | email@example.com
Pinchas (Pinney) Herman is a warm and eclectic therapist who feels that people have the answers inside them and just need help with a qualified therapist to be their best selves. Pinney is trained in many different modalities and interventions that allow him to do individual.
Miriam Spierer, LMSW
347-528-1381 | firstname.lastname@example.org
As a licensed analyst, trauma-informed therapist, and well trained in multiple modalities, you will find that I’m active and down-to-earth in my therapeutic work. I provide a safe space, create meaningful connections, and foster life-changing growth. I work with adults of all ages, and specialize in individual as well as couples work. I am a fluent Yiddish speaker.