Amber Landeau Keinan, LMSW
In addition to facilitating grief groups, I also run a private practice where I see clients struggling with issues related to death and dying and bereavement. Using a number of modalities including traditional talk therapy, mindfulness, and in some cases medicine work, I work with my clients to somatically process and heal the trauma of loss. I currently see patients both in person and on zoom.
Postgraduate trainings include training in Ketamine Assisted Therapy with Phil Wolfson's Ketamine Training Center, Psychedelic Harm Reduction certificate training with Fluence , End of Life Doula Certificate from University of Vermont, and additional trainings in Trauma, Internal Family Systems and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. Curious about the Psychedelic Assisted Therapy? Click here for more.
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I hold a Master’s in Social Work from Yeshiva University with a certificate in Gerontology and Palliative Care, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Cornell University. Raised in France and Switzerland and having immigrated to Israel at twenty, I speak fluent English, French and Hebrew.
I currently sit on the board of Natal, one of Israel’s foremost trauma and resiliency centers and am on the advisory board for the Jewish Theological Seminary’s Clinical Pastoral Education Program.