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Yonina Kaufman

Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW-R, PMH - C,

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Yonina Kaufman's style

🙌 Affirming 🥇 Empowering 💙 Warm 👂 Listener

Why Yonina Kaufman chose to be in the helping profession

I embarked on a career in therapy driven by a deep-seated desire to create a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their inner worlds. My commitment to this profession is rooted in the belief that healing begins with understanding and self-compassion. I am here to support, not to fix, and to walk alongside you on your unique journey of self-discovery and growth.

Yonina Kaufman's approach

Specializing in assisting women and couples who have experienced perinatal and infant loss, infertility, and perinatal or postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, my approach is grounded in evidence-based practices. With training in maternal mental health, grief and bereavement, and trauma, I help clients navigate their complex emotions and thoughts during times of grief, mourning, and parenting challenges. I believe in the power of untangling these emotions to pave the way for healing and resilience.

What you can expect from sessions with Yonina Kaufman

In our sessions, you can expect a supportive, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment where you are free to explore your emotions and experiences. Together, we will work through the challenges you are facing, whether related to perinatal and infant loss, infertility, or other emotional struggles. My aim is to empower you on your path toward healing and growth, one step at a time.

Yonina Kaufman's experience working with the Jewish community

As the Clinical Coordinator for ATIME HUG, I have had the privilege of providing crucial support to women and couples within the Jewish community who have experienced perinatal and infant loss. My involvement extends beyond clinical work; I have conducted lectures, facilitated support groups, and collaborated with community leaders to enhance the support systems available to individuals navigating this difficult journey within our community.

Languages spoken


People I work with

Adults Individuals Couples Families

Personal religious affiliations


Jewish community experience


1051 Highland Place, Woodmere, NY, USA, Woodmere, New York

17 years in practice


  • LCSW by New York 2018. License number 075921
  • MS ED by New York 2010


  • MSW by New York University 2006
  • MS by Touro College
  • MS by Capella University 2016


  • Maternal Mental Health by Helping Hands Psychotherapy 2019
  • Maternal Mental Health by Postpartum Support International 2022


  • Clinical Coordinator by ATIME HUG 2019

Average costs per session

$225 - $250

Payment Methods

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Zelle Quick Pay
  • Venmo

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