Tanchum Burton

About Tanchum Burton

Rabbi Tanchum Burton is a psychotherapist who works with a wide range of clients, from individuals to couples to families. In addition to his private practice, he has served as the therapeutic director of a program for at-risk youth and their families, as well as a group therapy facilitator with an organization that focuses on sexual abuse in communities. He is currently finishing his training at the Victor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy. Rabbi Burton finds much inspiration in Logotherapy, which emphasizes meaning, consciousness and responsibility as the primary concerns of all human beings. Read more about Rabbi Burton's thoughts and activities at: onthederech.wordpress.com/

The Litmus Test

  The Chedva Beat: What role does self-advocacy play when seeking a mate? Tanchum: It is is critical for a person to be aware of and honor his or her own needs when in the process of finding a mate, … more

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Dereflection – A New View

YOU are NOT your PROBLEM! When life presents us with challenges, in whatever form, they may seem like insurmountable hills. If you are standing at the foot of a mountain chances are, unless you’re using a periscope, that you will … more

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Uniqueness

  What does it mean to be a unique person? Viktor Frankl once said that true uniqueness is not simply an outgrowth of numerical singularity; there is more to your being the only you than the fact that there is … more

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