William (Ze’ev) Korn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with extensive experience providing individual, family, and group psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Ze’ev earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Departmental Honors from UCLA, a Master’s degree in Education from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, with an emphasis in counseling and life-span development, as well as a specialty in working with school age youth, and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Yeshiva University. For the last 25 years Ze’ev has provided direct service as a therapist and counselor while also serving as a director of several non-profits, both locally and nationally. For many years Ze’ev directed a large school based mental health program serving 14 public schools on the Westside of Los Angeles. For Ze’ev’s years of supervising and training therapists he was appointed Clinical Instructor by UCLA’s Department of Social Welfare.
Ze’ev has always valued working with a diverse population of clients, including children and adults, those of diverse culture backgrounds, artists, and LGBT clients. His experience includes working with issues related to anxiety, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, addiction and recovery, relational challenges, issues related to chronic pain, disabilities and illnesses, behavioral problems and parenting concerns. Ze’ev is trained in evidence based practices including Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Ze’ev also draws on in his training in solution focused and narrative therapy to support clients to learn to identify and live their preferred stories of themselves and their lives.