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About the Rabbinic Center

 The Rabbinic Center for Research and Counseling is the only private, nonprofit counseling center sponsored by a synagogue and directed by a rabbi trained in psychotherapy.  Founded in 1970 to promote research on intermarriage and to help intermarried couples work through issues in their relationship, it has gradually evolved into a mental health facility for the entire gamut of emotional disorders.  A multidisciplinary staff provides individual and group psychotherapy, as well as marriage, intermarriage and family therapy.  All staff personnel are licensed mental health practitioners.


Practice Areas
:

  • Intermarriage

  • Research

  • Counseling

  • Training

 

Rabbi Irwin H. Fishbein, D.Min
Director

Rabbinic Center for Research and Counseling

908-233-0419

 



Board of Directors

Stanley J. Green
Chair

Joan F. Saklad
Vice-Chair

Darrell L. Paster
President

Elaine C. Gluck
Secretary

Florence W. Banks
Treasurer

Phillip Adams
Trustee

 

 

The Rabbinic Center for Research and Counseling 
Telephone:  908-233-0419
A private, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting research on intermarriage, counseling intermarried couples and serving as a mental health facility for area residents. 

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Email the Rabbinic Center: Rabbi Irwin H. Fishbein, D.Min, Director, at ihf@rcrconline.org


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Last modified: November 3, 2009