Ethan Eisen, PhD, received his doctorate in clinical psychology from The George Washington University and semicha from Yeshiva University’s RIETS.  His graduate training included clinical work and research among diverse populations, with a special emphasis on various aspects of trauma symptoms and treatment. 

Dr. Eisen trained at top facilities, such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Veterans Affairs medical centers in Washington, DC and Long Beach, CA.  He also was part of internationally renowned trauma research teams in Boston (under Dr. Brett Litz) and in Israel (under Dr. Rachel Dekel).  

In addition to his private practice, Dr. Eisen works as a psychologist with Kav L’Noar (KLN), a community agency providing mental-health services to olim.  He has several roles with KLN, including providing therapy, program development and evaluation, and data analysis.  Dr. Eisen is also the Director of Research for Lamdenu, a non-profit organization focusing on child abuse prevention.  He is a member of the board of Families of Lone Soldiers, an organization providing support to families of lone soldiers serving in the IDF.  

Dr. Eisen has lectured to diverse audiences, including mental health professionals, Rabbis and religious leaders, students, and community-members, on a wide variety of topics in psychology and Torah.   He has also authored or co-authored articles and chapters published in top peer-reviewed scientific journals.   Dr. Eisen published a book, Talmud on the Mind, exploring chazal and practical psychology to lead a better life.

Contact Dr. Eisen to find out more about how he can help you.