Ephraim Rosen

EphraimRosenI saw a lot of people today. One person looked sad, a second person used a wheelchair, and another person was dressed very much like me. I thought about the variety of people and – because of the work I’ve done since 1996 – the varieties of loss, relationship hurts, pain, traumas, etc. they have experienced. I felt a warmth inside for them. I want to help as many people as possible in my lifetime.

My name is Ephraim Chaim. I am a person licensed as a professional counselor. I have learned from the 1,000+ families, couples, children and adults with whom I have helped along their journey, that there is a basic recipe for therapeutic success. Usually, it’s great connection with my clients, facilitating their self awareness so they can choose the goals and healing that’s right for them, my self care, and my professional preparation such as advanced training in EMDR and other modalities that innumerable survivors have used over decades to accomplish their health and happiness goals.

Question: At the end of your life, do you expect your present health and relationship habits to bring you joy?

If the answer isn’t a resounding yes, please contact me ASAP.

Ephraim is licensed as a professional counselor, and has worked as a family psychotherapist since 1996. He earned a Master’s degree from the University of North Texas in Counseling and studied under the world famous play therapist Dr. Garry Landreth. He primarily used trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy and child parent relationship therapy groups to help children and families affected by domestic violence, abuse, depression and addiction issues.

After Ephraim served as an Air Force officer in various behavioral scientist positions, he returned to graduate school to complete Marriage and Family Therapy training. After working with families struggling with trauma, relationship hurts, and unresolved childhood issues, Ephraim came to Israel to study advanced trauma treatment – EMDR – under Drs. Dani Khan and Gary Quinn. He has experienced phenomenal results with EMDR and specializes in child and adult trauma and relationship issues. Yet, Ephraim emphasizes in his private practice that his role is to support the client in choosing their path, and rapport is more important than the therapeutic modality for clients pursuing the health and happiness goals they identify.