Company: KEG Cards International
Location: Haifa, Israel
Eleanor Zeitlen Avinor, a psychotherapist in private practice, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Providers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of social work.
Working in both a hospital setting and private practice, Dr. Avinor has garnered a laudable reputation for her expertise in psychological assessment and counseling since 2007. Well regarded for her performance as an art therapist, she has also distinguished herself as a co-inventor of KEG Cards. Short for “Keys to Emotional Growth,” the cards feature original artwork that is designed to help patients reach a higher understanding of their innermost feelings. First released in 2009, the cards have seen widespread use among psychologists and counselors, and Dr. Avinor has delivered a variety of presentations on their efficacy at numerous conferences and symposia.
Before venturing onto her vocational path, Dr. Avinor sought a formal education at the University of Haifa, from which she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1970. Following this accomplishment, she studied at the University of Haifa and the University of Derby, where she attained a Master of Arts and Master of Science in psychotherapy, respectively. Although Dr. Avinor received a Doctor of Education from the University of New Mexico in 1990, she continued to undertake coursework in redecision therapy at the Southeast Institute of Chapel Hill in 2005 and psychotherapy at the Rambam Hospital Medical School in Israel in 2013.
Well regarded as a prominent voice in her field, Dr. Avinor has published numerous articles to a variety of relevant publications, including the Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, the Psychology & Behavioral Science International Journal and Language, Culture & Curriculum. In honor of her contributions, she has received several recognitions, including a rector’s committee grant to create internet modules for foreign language courses in 2000. In accounting for her standout success, Dr. Avinor credits the influence of her parents, both of whom were idealists and shared with her their vision of a better world.
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