Zeva Adler, LCSWR, CSAT-s, Supervisor

Zeva made Aliya July 2016, hailing from New York, where she has been a successful Practitioner, Clinical Social Worker and a Clinical Director of counseling services. Zeva has been in practice for over 25 years. She is well known in the Chassidic and Litvish Communities.

Zeva started her career in chinuch, teaching in the Hebrew Academy of Cleveland, Ohio. This was followed by teaching in the Satmar community of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Thus, began her active role in helping the community.

Zeva graduated from Yeshivah University with an MSW. Post graduate training includes EMDR, Levels 1 and 2, and DBT. She is a Certified Trauma and Addictions specialist and supervisor through IITAP. Zeva was personally trained by Patrick Carnes and has qualifications from Shalom Task Force for Domestic Violence.

A welcome international lecturer, Zeva, has presented Nefesh and Nefesh International, Sash, Torah Umesorah, and the Jewish Board for Families and Children at Risk. She was Clinical Director of "A COACH SERVICE". She was also community leader and honorary board member of the Task Force on Children at Risk in the Orthodox Community, a Coalition of 50 mental health services of greater New York. In her earlier career, Zeva was also a Director, at Agudah Israel of America in their satellite programs. Zeva is recommended by leading Rabbonim, Roshei Yeshivos, and Gedolei HaDor. She was honored by Ohr Nava for her excellent work with teens at risk, helping families as well as individuals.

Resilience, through trauma, is an intricate part of her background based on both her professional and personal life. "Don’t Give Up" is her creed. She has a depth of understanding of complex issues, which allows her to develop sincere empathy for others. One of her life goals is "productivity", in all relationships. She takes great pride in not being judgmental, and helping a person to meet her goals towards a healthy successful future. Every second, minute, hour, day, week, month…year is a new chance at change.