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Rabbi Jordania was ordained in June of 2018 at the Jewish Leaders Spiritual Institute after completing a course of study with Rabbi Steven Blaine in New York. Her work as a rabbi is interwoven into her work as a counselor and writer. She co-leads services internationally and is available for online counseling, teaching and life-cycle events in 2020, after her sabbatical.


Her work as a rabbi has enhanced her private, counseling practice. She works with individuals, couples and groups worldwide through her virtual office. She specializes in marriage, family spiritual and chemical dependency counseling. More information can be found at .


Rabbi Jordania is the founder of KSTechnique, an integrative healing modality, based on traditional Kabbalah. Her book, "KSTechnique, Healing the World One Person at a Time," is scheduled for release in January of 2020. She is also the founder of

IPATH INC, a school based on holistic principles of healing and wellbeing.

Rabbi Jordania writes:

Counseling and education are heart-felt passions that continue to burn an infinite path of exploration and discover. They have been a way for me to progress and give back on another level. It's an absolute joy and honor to be part of the self-actualization processes of people who are wanting to grow and learn. I believe this focus helps us all fulfill our potentials as individuals and benefits society as a whole.


Rabbi Jordania began her spiritual quest with the study of Kabbalah as a child while living in Israel. Her path took her on a multifaceted journey that created a circle back to Kabbalah. In between she had the opportunity to study many other spiritual paths, the healing arts, psychology and the sciences. She has degrees in marriage, family and child counseling, chemical dependency counseling, political science, public law and marine biology. She is also certified in Polarity, Cranial Sacral, Reiki, KST and various forms of bodywork.


For more information write to or visit: for counseling information and for seminars.