Ehud Abrahamson

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Ehud Abrahamson (23 December 1961, Haifa), founder of the Abrahamson Center, is an expert in weaning from addictions and an international lecturer in the field of personal development and self-improvement.


After his military service as a combat medic and instructor, Abrahamson studied Biology at the University of Tel Aviv, and Psychology at the University of Haifa. Combining both disciplines, conventional and alternative, Abrahamson started treating people, helping them wean from addictions, whereby developing a unique method of his own, soon to be called the Abrahamson method. In 1983 Abrahamson opened Abrahamson Center, The Center uses a combined system of comprehensive support, a detoxification center, nutritional counselling and, when needed, additional treatments.

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