•Depression and anxiety •Integrating Torah/Chassidut/Kabbalah
•Addictions •Teens, young adults, parents, and families
•Cultivating self-awareness and improving relationships
•Education and academic development •Noahides and Jewish converts
His work has included individual and group therapy, as well as consulting, in private practice and with schools, communities, families, and individuals in Brooklyn, Jerusalem, and Tsfat at institutions such as: the New York City Board of Education, The Yatzkan Center, Yeled V’Yalda, Lubavitch Yeshiva, Yeshivas Darchei Menachem, Federal Employment and Guidance Services (FEGS), Yeshivas Nishmat Shlomo, Sharei Bina, and Temimei Darech.
Zalman has a reputation for developing strengths, addressing and building up weaknesses, effectively assessing and improving family and school situations, and an unparalleled ability to connect with teens and successfully guide parents, schools, and mosdos.
He is available in office, on Video Conference, or over the phone for therapy sessions, consultations, and supportive assistance.