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Counseling and Referrals


Jews for Judaism offers individual and group sessions with people who are searching for spiritual meaning, dating an individual who is of another faith or thinking about converting to another faith.

Counseling Intake Form

If you know someone who could use out help or would like to schedule a time to speak with one of our Rabbis. Please fill out the following counseling intake form.

  • THE ENCOUNTER

    The Encounter


    Missionaries who target the Jewish community are active on the internet, radio, and television, and on high school and college campuses. The following steps will help if you have an encounter:

    Step 1:

    Avoid getting drawn into a conversation you don’t want to have. Politely disengage as quickly as possible.

    Step 2:

    Remember that just because you don’t have an answer doesn’t mean the missionary is correct.

    Step 3:

    If you feel uncomfortable or confused, get a second opinion from someone who is more knowledgeable, e.g., Rabbi, teacher, friend or parent.

  • The Defense

    The Defense


    Missionaries who target the Jewish community are active on the internet, radio, and television, and on high school and college campuses. The following steps will help if you have an encounter:

    Tip 1:

    The best defense is a good offense.

    Tip 2:

    Get involved in the Jewish community. Judaism is fun and relevant.

    Tip 3:

    Explore your own faith and traditions.

    Tip 4:

    Encourage critical thinking.

    Tip 5:

    Beware of deceptive and manipulative practices.

    Tip 6:

    Ask family and friends for help.

  • Schedule a Consultation

    Schedule a Consultation


    If you know someone who could use out help or would like to schedule a time to speak with one of our Rabbis.

    Make an appointment now