What We Treat

Menachem Psychotherapy Group has caring and experienced therapists
who are trained to treat a wide variety of issues and challenges.

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders Home Unfortunately, we live in a society that is ruled by the pursuit…

Women’s Issues

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Addiction Therapy

Addiction is an obsessive-compulsion to engage with a substance or activity.

Anxiety Therapy

Anxiety therapy helps identify the underlying thought patterns and behaviors.

Child Therapy

Children and adolescents have similar mental health challenges to adults.

Childhood Trauma

Childhood trauma can manifest itself within adulthood in a plethora of ways.

Couples Therapy

Much work is often needed to keep relationships healthy and sustainable.

Depression Therapy

Negative and unhappy feelings often severely interfere with life and health.

Family Therapy

The hardest part is being too close to the problem to see the issues clearly.

Grief Therapy

Grief counseling is a type of psychotherapy that helps people deal with bereavement.


Uses guided relaxation techniques to achieve intense concentration and awareness.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy involves meeting one-on-one with a therapy professional.

Men’s Issues

Men face unique challenges in society, and it can be difficult for them to seek.

Parenting Issues

Psychological strategies and techniques to use as you work through parenting.

Pornography Addiction

Porn addiction can negatively impact relationships.

PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder)

Each person’s experience of PTSD is unique.

Relationship Counseling

Find out what’s holding you back from lasting connections.

Sex Therapy

High or low sex drives, and difficulty enjoying engaging in sexual activity.

Sports Therapy

The focus is to understand what motivates athletes and how they can improve.

Therapy Process Groups

Share concerns, struggles, and challenges with each other.

Trauma Therapy

Trauma can cause long-term effects and even develop into a mental health issue like PTSD.