Daniela Bronstein, LMSW, CS, M.Ed
Executive Director | Support Group Director
Dani holds a Master's of Social Work and a Master of Education in Human Sexuality and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Wurzweiler, researching intersections of sexuality and the frum community. She trained in trauma-informed care under the Department of Health and Human Services for one year through an HRSA grant. Dani completed her training in trauma-focused CBT through Northshore under Peter D'Amico and was privately mentored by Dr. Lawrence Shulman.
Dani underwent two years of leadership training in the Jewish non-profit sector as a fellow in the UJA Federation's Dressler Graduate Scholar program and one year of leadership training through the Sacks-Herenstein Center at Yeshiva University. She conducted research as a Sacks Fellow, developing supplemental training for chosson and kallah teachers, and presented about trauma through a Jewish lens at Widener University. Dani has trained interns, post-docs, and therapists in trauma, working with observant Jewish clients, and understanding how to incorporate sexuality into clinical work. She is a member of the Gamma Eta Rho and Triota honor societies, having been inducted at Widener University.
In Dani's current role at Kesher, she utilizes her specialized training and varied experience to support our families, conduct intakes, direct the support group programming, and train the Kesher Families staff in best practices. She is a Certified Sexologist through the American College of Sexologists and level-3 trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Dani works part-time as a therapist in private practice in New York City, is a certified kallah teacher, and is a rebbetzin on the South Fork of Long Island.