Reconciliation as seen through Judaism
Herb Nieburg, Ph.D. received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Florida
Institute of Technology. He did a residency in health psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, and forensic psychology in New York City. He served as director of counseling and professor of pastoral counseling at Jewish Theological Seminary (home of conservative Judaism). He is currently Associate Professor of Law and Justice Policy Studies at Mitchell College and is co-chair of Medical Ethics at Westerly Hospital, where he co-leads a support group for diabetic patients and their families. Dr. Nieburg is on the executive board of Sharay Zedek Synagogue in Westerly and is a member of the Westerly-Pawcatuck Clergy Association. He lives with his wife and 2 dogs in Westerly. Dr. Nieburg wrote the first book on Pet Loss published by Harper-Collins.