• R. Elazar Bloom, LMFT

    Licensed Psychotherapist Specializing in Marriage Counseling and Parenting Consultations.

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    A family, like a garden, requires time, effort and imagination to keep it growing.

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    A child uncovers places in the heart you never knew existed.

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R. Elazar Bloom, LMFT

Research Based Clinical Methods and the Insight of Jewish Wisdom

Rabbi Bloom is a licensed clinician that specializes in marriage counseling and parenting consultations. He is also a sought after public speaker and award winning educator. For the past 16 years, he has been teaching and counseling individuals, couples and families to achieve personal breakthroughs, transform their relationships and lead lives of joy and purpose.

He is recognized as a clinical fellow with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) and is a professional member of the American Counseling Association (ACA). He has specialized post graduate training in several evidence based therapies and certification from the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). He is a graduate of the Rabbinical College of America and holds dual masters degrees in marriage and family therapy and Jewish studies.

Florida Lic. #MT 3358

Marriage & Family

Rabbi Bloom specializes in helping heal and transform relationships.

Results Focused Therapy

Research based insights and interventions lead to powerful results.

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Call /Text: (754) 600-9040 for a free phone consultation with Rabbi Bloom.

Recent Posts and Upcoming Events

My Child, My Report Card

In speaking with parents and more importantly, in being one myself, I think about pits that we all unintentionally fall into. I say, "fall into", because most parents are really, really doing their darndest and still often find themselves stuck, feeling incompetent and incapable. The pit most recently encountered is seeing my child as My Report Card. Kid is happy and thriving I'm getting…


I was recently supposed to do a podcast interview and the host did not show up at the agreed upon time. Shortly thereafter, I emailed to check in and see what was up and for a few days heard no response. During that time, I had no idea what had happened but my fear driven mind told me some pretty painful things. My darkest thoughts were along the line of: "When did he discover the *truth* that…

Warning: Parental Advice Coming..

So, we have a son that is just about to turn 18. And I, like many parents I know, will likely NEVER outgrow the urge to give advice. With elder teen and certainly adult children, a helpful approach (which still allows the parent to still give advice when it cannot be contained) is to acknowledge (in good humor) that the receiving party will probably not want to hear any of this. Something like: “Warning…

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