Links & Resources
How we help couples, families, individuals
Research We're Doing
About the Rabbinic Center
Frequently Asked Questions (under construction)
Feedback to Us
Home Page of Rabbinic Center


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

Rabbinic Center for Research and Counseling



Board of Directors

Stanley J. Green

Joan F. Saklad

Darrell L. Paster

Elaine C. Gluck

Florence W. Banks

Phillip Adams



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. 

envelope.gif (14893 bytes)

Email the Rabbinic Center: Rabbi Irwin H. Fishbein, D.Min, Director, at

Copyright 2009 Rabbinic Center for Research and Counseling
Last modified: November 3, 2009