Rachel Tuchman is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with over ten years of experience. She has worked with many diverse populations including incarcerated women at Riker’s Island Correctional Facility, kids and adults with developmental delays, kids with behavior issues, overwhelmed parents looking for skills and support, teens struggling with the pressures of adolescence and life in general, adults going through difficult life circumstances (divorce, infidelity, phase of life challenges) and women experiencing infertility.

Currently, she offers services in her Cedarhurst, NY office for kids and teens ages 5-18, adults, and women experiencing infertility, pregnancy loss and post hysterectomy.

Rachel also does speaking engagements for schools, synagogues and various community organizations.
You can reach her at Rachel@LILMHC.com

Aliza Blumenthal, an eating disorder survivor, has been speaking about her personal experiences to students, educators and parents all over the US for twenty years. She weaves her personal story with facts and guidance on eating disorders as well as how to recognize the signs in others and what to do next. She is the Director of Student Life at Bruriah High School. She and her husband and three daughters live in NJ.