Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin

Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin

Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin, MS, LCPC is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Certified Imago Therapist. A gifted teacher who has lectured throughout the world, Rabbi Slatkin  edited and co-authored the Jewish version of Couplehood as a Spiritual Path, a curriculum for synagogues based on Imago Relationship Therapy and Dr. Harville Hendrix’s Getting the Love You Want. He is also the author of The Jewish Marriage Book: Improving Your Marriage One Jewish Holiday at a Time and Is My Marriage Over? The Five Step Action Plan to Saving Your Marriage, as well as numerous published articles on relationships. A graduate of Loyola College in Maryland, Rabbi Slatkin holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, with additional psychotherapy training at the Imago Relationship Institute. He received his undergraduate training at the George Washington University and Oxford University and holds a B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies. In addition, he studied in prestigious rabbinical seminaries in Israel and the United States, culminating in ordination. Rabbi Slatkin is a clinical member of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, Imago Relationships International, and the Mid-Atlantic Association of Imago Therapists. He is also an Advanced Clinician in Imago Relationship Therapy. Rabbi Slatkin is available for counseling sessions over Skype or in-person with singles, couples, families and organizations, as well as for seminars and speaking engagements in your community. To find out more, please visit www.theRelationshipRabbi.com.

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