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zadok krouz
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Dr. Zadok Krouz, was born in Jerusalem. In his youth, he studied in various `yeshivoth` in Israel and U.S.A.. He later enlisted in the army, where he served in a combat engineering unit.

 

His academic career began at the Hebrew university of Jerusalem, where he obtained a master`s degree, `cum laude`, in Philosophy and Religious studies. He also studied Philosophy in association with Columbia University of New-York, where he obtained a doctorate.

He studied psychology and the philosophy of education at Tel-Aviv University, where he also completed a teachers` training program and Gestalt training program. He is ordained for the Rabbinate.

He is certified by the Certification Committee for Teachers

and Principals in Greater New York to teach Talmud. He organized a workshop in Philosophy and Jewish Heritage in the United States.

 

Dr. Krouz served as a lecturer at New York`s Yeshiva University and at the Teachers` Training College in Brooklyn. He also served as director of the `AmAd` education institution in New York from 1986 to 1992. He has published books, various articles, a collection of writings on language and literature, religious existential meditation, philosophical doctrine of the human spirit and produced a number of self-hypnosis audio cassettes for improving the quality of life.

 

Dr. Krouz is presently the chairman of the Public Council on Philotherapy and Healthy Lifestyle, and president of the Israeli Council on Philotherapy. He is one of the pioneers of philotherapy in Israel, and an expert on existential philosophy therapy and peace of mind.

 His studies, work and rich experience as a healer have helped him to create a new and unique type of therapy, applying philosophical theories to hypnotherapy, humanistic therapy and logotherapy.

 

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