Seekers of Meaning 9/24/2021: RUACH Emotional and Spiritual Support

Rabbi Address in conversation with Rabbi Karen Sussan, LMHC (center), and Taylor Paige Winfield Haboucha, founder of RUACH Emotional and Spiritual Support. More information about RUACH is at

On this episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, the guests are Taylor Paige Winfield Haboucha, the founder of RUACH Emotional and Spiritual Support, and Rabbi Karen Sussan, LMHC, an Emotional Support Team Leader with RUACH. More information about RUACH is at

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About the Guests

Taylor Winfield Haboucha

Taylor Paige Winfield Haboucha is the Founder of RUACH: Emotional and Spiritual Support and a member of the support team. She is a spiritual care intern with experience in corrections, healthcare, and the military environment. She is trained in spiritually-integrated psychotherapy and is extremely passionate about bridging emotional and spiritual care. Taylor is also a PhD Candidate in Sociology at Princeton University.

Rabbi Karen Sussan, LMHC

Karen Sussan is a Support Team Leader with RUACH. She is Rabbi (Reconstructionist), Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Social Worker; Board Certified Chaplain, and a certified Spiritual-Integrated Psychotherapist also authorized as a Spiritually-Integrated Psychotherapy Trainer. With 25+ years of experience in the
overlapping fields, Karen is now in private psychotherapy practice, where client dignity is of the utmost importance. While grounded in solid psychotherapy methods (especially, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, psychoanalytic), she is passionate about client-centered work and sensitive to diverse values, spiritual and religious orientations.

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