Become a Certified Master Practitioner 

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You have already studied coaching with Torah Psychology, or other programs (30-60 hours of training), and now you want to have the highest level of supervision, promote your practice, find new clients and launch your career!

On the Certified Master Practitioner (CMP) program, you will take your training to the next level and receive direct supervision from Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT, director of the Torah Psychology of Coaching & Counseling and be recommended to people seeking coaching in the Jewish community.  


Rabbi Schonbuch will guide you through the ins and outs of working with clients, sharpening your counseling skills and dealing with difficult issues.

You will also participate in extensive training from other well-known therapists including: Dr. David Pelcovitz, Rabbi Prozniansky, Rivkie Jungreis, Louis Abrams, Twerski. and others.

Most importantly, once you graduate as a Master Practitioner, you will be featured on the website that attracts thousands of visitor seeking guidance and certified coaches.  


Qualifications to join the CMP program.

  • ​Previously completed a a coaching program with at least 30 hours of training. 

  • Provide two references

  • Write an essay 300-400 words on what you would like to accomplish as a coach 

  • Interview with Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT, Director



The Certified Master Practitioner (CMP) program is a 60 hour intensive program that will meet on Sundays from 10am-12pm for 30 weeks starting Nov 1.

During the training program, Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT will  offer you Master's level instruction, comparable to higher level academic programs. You will also receive special supervision both practicing in class and will your client cases.  


The curriculum will include: 


  • Individual Counseling: Theory and Process  

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Aaron Beck 

  • Family Therapy Models: Murray Bowen, Salvador Minuchin

  • Client-Centered Therapy - Carl Rogers

  • Somatic Experiencing - Peter Levine

  • Internal Family Systems - Richard Schwartz

  • Addiction and 12-Steps Model 

Requirement for Completion

To be certified as a Certified Master Practitioner (CMP) you will need to complete:

  • 50 hours of coaching experience (which can include friends, family, acquaintances)

  • Receive 20 hours of supervision

  • Present two case studies to the group 



How the Body Releases Trauma

Dr. Peter Levine

Image by Chris Montgomery

Recovering from Trauma -

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT

On the "Rediscover Yourself Workshop", Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT will guide you through a series of powerful somatic exercises designed to reduce depression, anxiety, PTSD and overcome trauma. 

The Rediscover Yourself Workshop unleashes the power of :


  • Somatic Experiencing

  • Bessel van der Kolk (The Body Keeps the Score)

  • Pia Melody (Facing Codependence)

  • EFT tapping

  • Viktor Frankl (Man’s Search for Meaning)


This is half-day experiential program for up to 10 participants per class only. 

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT


Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT is the creator of Mind/Body & Soul Somatic Therapy. He is renowned therapist, author and coach who works with individuals, couples  and families  to overcome anxiety, depression, PTSD/trauma, codependence and find more meaning in their lives. His books include: Think Good and It Will Be Good. 


For more  info about Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT, click here

Upcoming Dates


Jan. 23, 1-6pm EST (Online)

Cost: $300

Only 10 Participants per workshop! Register Now!


Finding Meaning Viktor Frankl, MD

Broken Neck Survivor & Mind/Body/Soul Graduate

Speaks About Her Recovery & The Program