Noam Krav El

Licensed Clinical Psychologist (in Israel).
Cognitive Behavioral and Psychodynamic therapist

English and Hebrew-speaking therapist

Noam has extensive experience in the treatment of children, adolescents and adults with challenging mental, emotional and psychosocial difficulties. He specializes in providing therapy for various mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, stress management, and relationship issues.

His therapeutic approach combines evidence-based techniques with a warm, compassionate and collaborative style, ensuring a safe and non-judgmental environment for personal growth and healing. He values cultural diversity and works diligently to create a space where clients from all backgrounds feel understood and valued.

Noam has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Management. He also has a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. This was followed by a four-year specialist training in inpatient and outpatient settings. He worked in mental health clinics in hospitals and in the community for children and adolescents. He also has experience working as a school psychologist for middle school and high school. He especially cherishes the years when he worked as a psychologist with adolescents from rough backgrounds in boarding schools. He later worked at an Anxiety and Post Trauma unit in a children’s hospital. In these units he treated children with CBT and PE and led guidance groups for parents with children dealing with anxiety. Furthermore he was a teacher for therapists in the school for Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy, which focused on how to implement CBT in Play Therapy with children and adolescents at Schneider Children’s Medical Center. Noam constantly continued to broaden his knowledge and studied hypnosis, Mindfulness, ACT and Positive Psychology. He also finished a three-year program at the school of psychotherapy at Tel-Aviv University where he deepened his clinical knowledge.
Noam has been working in the private setting since 2011 where he started to work with adults. He has worked two years as a psychologist in a Vårdcentral here in Sweden where he treated children, adolescents and adults in English.

He believes in an active, problem oriented therapy with focus on working in the “here and now”, while understanding the past. Noam Krav El is listed in the Israeli Psychologist Specialist Register (27-3394).