Paul Steinberg is a rabbi and nationally recognized transformative educator. Rabbi Steinberg previously served as a principal of a Jewish day school in Dallas, Texas and the Senior Educator at Valley Beth Shalom in Encino, California. He has published many articles on Jewish thought and education, as well as five books including, Study Guide to Jewish Ethics (JPS, 2003) and the three-volume series Celebrating the Jewish Year (JPS, 2009) which earned the National Jewish Book Award.
After getting treatment for his own alcoholism, workaholism, and depression, Rabbi Steinberg now serves as the Beit T’Shuvah Community Rabbi and Spiritual Advisor, a synagogue community in association with an addiction treatment center. His most recent book is Recovery, the 12 Steps, and Jewish Spirituality: Reclaiming Hope, Courage and Wholeness (Jewish Lights, 2014), which tells his personal struggles with addiction, as well as provides the first comprehensive approach to integrating Jewish spirituality with the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous.
ADDICTION, PREVENTION & YOUTH: WHAT’S REALLY UP
Rabbi Paul Steinberg, a youth prevention educator and addiction spiritual advisor, discusses spirituality and how 12-step wisdom may benefit youth, parents, and educators.
THE KABBALAH OF ADDICTION & RECOVERY
Rabbi Paul Steinberg, an addiction spiritual advisor, explores how Kabbalah provides insight and meaning to the psychological and spiritual processes involved in addiction and recovery.