Rabbi Yehoshua Levin-Landau is an English-speaking Rabbi therapist in Jerusalem who has counseled individuals and couples effectively for over 15 years. After graduating with a BA degree from City College of New York, he attended Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto receiving an LLB and practiced as a lawyer specializing in family law, including child custody and family mediation.
In 1991, he made aliyah with his family and received his initial counseling training in the Ohr LaGolah program until 1995. He worked as a student counselor and coordinator at Diaspora Yeshiva and Machon Roni Seminary. He studied at Neve Yerushalayim’s Family Institute Program for Men (which is specifically geared to meet the counseling and therapeutic needs of the frum community) receiving his certificate in Mental Health and Family Studies in 2007. He completed his MSc in Clinical Sociology from the University of North Texas at its Jerusalem campus. He has also received training in Gottman Marital Therapy, Conflict Resolution, Marriage Education, EMDR, Addictions Counseling, and Treating Trauma from Sexual Abuse.
Yehoshua Levin-Landau has achieved excellent results with his clients, both individuals and couples. He has greatly helped those with poor self-concept issues, shidduchim and gender orientation issues, internet and other addictions. Couples with inadequate communication skills and intimacy issues have benefited greatly from Yehoshua’s marriage counseling expertise. He has also successfully treated clients suffering from various types of trauma in their pasts.