Beryl Tritel, B.S., M.S.W.

Mrs. Beryl Tritel is a psychotherapist who has been working in private practice for the last several years. She has a BS in Psychology from Brandeis University, and, an MSW from The New York University Ehrenkranz School of Social Work. In addition, she trained at the Neve Yerushalayim Family Institute.

After working with hospital patients in the United States, she decided to change her professional focus when she made aliyah. Since living in Israel, she works with a variety of agencies including Taatzumot (helping parents of children with special needs) and Nitza (Israel’s Center for Maternal Health). In her private practice, she works primarily with women and the sensitive areas they struggle with. This includes miscarriage, still birth, infertility, personality disorders and struggles with self-esteem and depression. In addition, she works with couples as a marriage counselor and a parenting coach for those who want to be better parents. She also writes article for JewishWomen.org, Binah Magazine and Connections Magazine (where she writes the popular “Ask Beryl” column).

With sensitivity and insight Beryl has helped her clients gain greater insight and clarity into their emotional struggles and succeed in making positive changes in their lives.