The medicine has to go deeper than the wound
Divi (Devorah) Kamman's style🥇 Empowering 🎯 Direct 💭 Open minded 🤝 Collaborative
Why Divi (Devorah) Kamman chose to be in the helping profession
I chose the helping profession because I am passionate about transforming pain into power. I have always resonated with the most vulnerable individuals among us because I believe that they possess a depth of understanding and sensitivity that can lead to healing for themselves and others. It is an honor and privilege for me to see the light in others and engage in transformative therapeutic work that allows me to deeply connect with my clients. Through my work, I hope to help my clients become empowered and recognize their own strengths as healers.
Divi (Devorah) Kamman's approach
My approach to healing is centered around the individual, and I work with each person to co-create a unique plan for their journey. I draw upon principles from psychiatric and psychodynamic approaches, as well as ancient and spiritual perspectives on deep healing. The therapeutic relationship is always my top priority, and I utilize a variety of tools - such as medications, internal family systems, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness, and psychedelic medicine - to best meet the specific needs of each person I work with.
What you can expect from sessions with Divi (Devorah) Kamman
As we begin to work together, we will take the time to get to know each other deeply to determine if we are a good fit. I strive to create sessions that are rich in depth, emotional energy, and powerful insights, with the ultimate goal of helping you achieve authentic, sustainable life changes that you can take pride in. You can expect to be fully engaged in the therapeutic process and to feel supported throughout your journey toward healing and growth.
Divi (Devorah) Kamman's experience working with the Jewish community
As someone who grew up in a close-knit Jewish community, I understand that everyone's journey with their heritage is unique. I welcome individuals wherever they are in their personal connection to faith and spirituality. I find joy in working collaboratively with clients to create a personalized path to empowerment and free choice that is rooted in their spiritual and cultural traditions.
- Internal Family Systems (IFS)
- Mindfulness and Meditation
- Person-Centered Therapy
- Psychodynamic Therapy
Languages spokenEnglish Hebrew
People I work withAdults Families
Personal religious affiliationsOther
Jewish community experienceExtensive
7 years in practice
Licensed to work in Connecticut, New York
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner by ANCC 2017. License number 7064
- MSN by Yale 2017
- Magna Cum Laude by Yale 2013
- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy by Psychoanalytic Institute of New England 2021
- Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy by MAPS 2022
- Internal Family Systems by Israeli IFS Institute 2022