I specialize in helping my clients overcome shame, embarrassment, humiliation and anxiety in social situations and fear of negative judgement by others and to overcome feelings of inadequacy in a non-judgmental and warm and accepting atmosphere. Also, initiating and maintaining relationships, as well as dating issues and beginning new relationships after divorce.
Learn to be more successful in your relationships with people, both in your personal life and in business. I can teach you the techniques, skills and the charisma that highly successful people have. First impressions do matter wherever you live, especially in Israel and how you present yourself verbally and through your body language can determine your success with initiating new personal relationships and in business. Politicians, actors and CEOs spend millions on consultants to train them to project the image that earns them success and now you too can learn how to project the impression you want to make. You can benefit from my years of experience in the USA and Israel facilitating workshops, as well as individual counseling.
We may use a combination of approaches, including education, skills training, behavioral rehearsal where we practice the skills needed in challenging situations. Assertiveness, communication, conversational training could also be included in our sessions.
PHILIP MARMAROS, MSW
LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER IN NEW YORK AND ISRAEL AND CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN CBT.
I have over twenty years experience treating social anxiety and I'm the author of "Shyness and How To Overcome It".
Our meetings can be arranged in the center, Modiin, Gush Etzion and Jerusalem. I speak Hebrew fluently.
Call or Email for a free consultation- 052-806-2540
Very affordable fees.
Israeli qualifications: Certified Cognitive-Behavior specialist by the Israel Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapy. איט"ה
"Fortune favors the prepared mind"
Inventor of the process of Pasteurization
"It is better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than to have an opportunity and not be prepared."
Whitney M. Young, Jr.
American Civil Rights Leader
"If you always do what you've always done, you will always get what you've always got."