Dahlia Topolosky, is a wife, mother, musician, psychologist and our rebbetzin.
Dahlia is a licensed psychologist at Integrative Therapy of Greater Washington and provides assessment and therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with various psychological, learning, and behavioral disorders. She completed her doctorate in 2005 from the combined school-clinical program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She served as the psychologist for the Horace Mann Lower School in NY before relocating to New Orleans where she worked in clinics and private practice in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Her prior education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and English at Barnard College in New York. Dahlia has also spent time in Israel, learning in various institutions of advanced Jewish studies and volunteering in underprivileged communities.
Dahlia also enjoys singing and playing guitar. She has led concerts and kumzitzes for women and appreciates any opportunity to share Jewish mystical teachings and soulful melodies. Dahlia has started “Mommy and Me” Jewish music and movement groups for parents and children, and in 2007, produced her first album called Kol Nearim (Voice of Children). Her album is sold online at www.cdbaby.com and in Jewish stores around the country.
Along with her career commitments and community involvement, Dahlia places family first, spending time with her husband Rabbi Uri and their four children Elyon, Itai, Adi, & Liat. She hopes that their home is always known to be an open and warm place where everyone feels welcome. You can reach her at: [email protected]