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Our Clinic

Our clinic is centrally located in Ramat Beit Shemesh, just a short bus ride or drive from Jerusalem, Modiin, Beitar, and other areas. Moshe Braun is a professional, fully licensed, and insured clinical social worker. He graduated from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work, worked in various organizations, and is now in private practice. Moshe has studied and practiced EFT – Emotionally Focused Therapy – for couples, is a certified Sex Therapy Informed Professional, and also works with individuals. He is also an EMDR-trained trauma therapist. Moshe is certified as an ADHD Clinical Services Provider and as an Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist (ASDCS).


Clients come to our clinic after repeatedly observing disturbing patterns in their life or relationships. Some have had multiple failed projects or relationships, date the same guys or repeat the same erors over and over, have difficulty opening up and trusting, or are attracted to emotionally unavailable partners and can’t understand why.

Our early attachment experiences with our parents or caregivers shape our attachment style as adults and how we interact in romantic relationships. Understanding yourself and your attachment style can have a profound impact on your ability to form and maintain meaningful romantic relationships.

Attachment theory distinguishes between different attachment styles depending on how we were cared for as children. In short, the way you grew up and the relationships you formed in your childhood – especially with your caregivers – play an important role in your adult relationships.

Effects of Couples Counseling

If you are facing difficulties in your relationship, remember that it is not necessarily an indication that your connection is irreparable. Transitioning from one partnership to another often leads to exchanging one set of issues for another. Our early experiences shape our notions about love and relationships, causing us to unconsciously seek out partners who evoke the same feelings of disappointment that we experienced with our caregivers. This means that even if you choose to end your current relationship, there is a high likelihood that you will encounter similar patterns with future partners if you don’t address the underlying issues.

Why expert advice?

When your car breaks down, you don’t try to fix it yourself because you lack the necessary training. Instead, you take it to professionals who have the expertise to diagnose and fix the specific issue with your vehicle. Just because you’ve been driving for years doesn’t mean you possess the skills to repair it. Similarly, being in a long-term relationship doesn’t automatically grant you the training and knowledge to identify and address the problems you’re facing. Sometimes, our emotional investment in the outcome makes it difficult to see the solution. At Moshe Braun Therapy, we are here to assist you in getting back on track.


Nachal Uriya 11/2
Beit Shemesh

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