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.
The Rabbinic Center for Research and Counseling