Miriam was born in the Czech Republic and graduated from the Medical School there. Soon after, she moved with her husband and two little children to the United States. As Miriam’s family was growing, she had to put her professional career on hold, and raise her little children. Miriam got back to school when her youngest daughters entered Kindergarten and completed her Master’s in counseling in John F Kennedy University.
Miriam’s passion is to search for the answers to her numerous questions about human life, life meaning, and to seek the ultimate truth. She is trying to help her clients to find a way to find joy and peace in every day of their life, even when they must face physical or emotional suffering on their journey. Miriam is using therapy to help the clients to decrease their emotional pain and to empower them to live their lives according their human dignity, values, and their dreams. She helps the clients to feel that they are understood, loved, and accepted as they are:
Sleep or Insomnia
Trauma and PTSD
Elderly Persons Disorders
Impulse Control Disorders
Spiritual and faith issues
Young adult transition issues
Miriam has additional training in:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Acceptance Commitment Therapy
Miriam Munzarova is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #117967 and Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #7261. She is supervised by Alan Godfrey LMFT #102925.