Rabbi Dr. Sytner is a licensed social worker and couples therapist with a private practice in Teaneck. He is a professor at Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work, the author of “The Kidney Donor’s Journey,” and the director of leadership and community development for Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future. He provides trauma intervention for Chai Lifeline, frequently lectures for Shalom Task Force, and speaks extensively about dating, marriage, and divorce, sharing his unique doctoral research on marital relationships within the Orthodox community. He was a pulpit rabbi for 13 years, and lives in Bergenfield with his wife, Chana ,and their four children.
Rabbi Dr. Ari Synter asks “When a Marriage is Fine, Is It Really? — What Science and Torah Teach Us About Making a Good Marriage Great,” on Monday, February 11, at 8 p.m., at Teaneck’s Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Road in Teaneck. For information, call (201) 836-6210 or go to www.bethaaron.org.