The Long Short Road

advisory boards

cLINICAL advisory board

Our clinical board reviews, assists and gives the final approval on our program development, by providing feedback and insight into the content we produce. 

Limor Weinstein


Limor is a Licensed Psychotherapist and an Eating Disorder Specialist practicing in New York City. Limor received her first Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and her second Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from the City University of New York. As a mother of three, and psychotherapist, Limor has dedicated her life to helping others navigate their way through the personal challenges and behaviors that inhibit happiness and harmony in their lives.  

Aliza Horowitz

Counselor, LMHC

Aliza is a licensed mental health counselor based in Brooklyn, New York. She is passionate about supporting young people in their journey towards achieving mental wellness. Aliza specializes in trauma work using EMDR, and Ego State Therapy. 

Sara Little

Psychologist, PhD

Sara has been practicing as a clinical psychologist for over 30 years. She is currently practicing with an emphasis of hypnotherapy. She has a goal to use her experience, as well as evolving research, to help her clients use their strengths to live a better, more effective, and peaceful life.

Community advisory board

Our community advisory board supports us by advising and giving feedback on how we can best serve the community and brainstorms with us to develop new ways to reach those who will most benefit from our work.

Sarah Kranz-Ciment


Sarah is a physical therapist and has been a strong advocate for the disability community for over ten years. She is the founder of Steps PT and the director of the Friendship Circle of Virginia, a non-profit organization that empowers social opportunities for children and individuals with disabilities.

Chana Sirota


Chana is a Psychiatric PA who specializes in prescription and counseling services. She works for a private online psychiatric clinic and prescribes and manages medications while providing counseling. She strongly believes in trauma psychotherapy and utilizing medications as a temporary relief of symptoms while working on past and present difficulties. She believes mental health should be accessible to everyone and works hard to be a support and mentor for others.

Rabbi Ethan Stein

Rabbi Ethan Stein is a community leader at Chabad Young Professionals of the Upper East Side. Ethan is passionate about supporting the unique spark in every person.

Rabbi Menachem Schmidt

Rabbi Menachem Schmidt is the founder and president of Chabad on Campus International, and the director at Chabad on Campus at University of Pennsylvania. He advises LSR on spiritual and religious matters. 

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