Honors & Awards

If you’re a client of Rabbi Mitch, you know that his methods are non-traditional. No lists of self-help books. No lecturing. No judgmental attitudes. But plenty of listening – with the heart as well as the ears. Plenty of heart-to-heart conversation. Plenty of empathy, from someone who’s been through what you’re facing now. And a dose of spiritualism, to touch the soul.

And if you’re like most clients of Rabbi Mitch, you probably know that his methods help people to break the chain of addiction. And, in the process, to find their true selves.

Lately, Rabbi Mitch has begun to be recognized by a wider audience, as well. He’s begun to become widely-recognized by the experts in his field, for the work he’s doing. And he’s becoming widely-recognized, as well, by the leader in professional social media conversations.

Here are a few of the honors Rabbi Mitch has been accorded lately…



















Dear Mitchell,

Recently, LinkedIn reached a new milestone: 200 million members. But this isn’t just our achievement to celebrate — it’s also yours. Because your profile, Mitch, is one of the top 10% most viewed on the site.

I want to personally thank you for being part of our community. Your journey is part of our journey, and we’re delighted and humbled when we hear stories of how our members are using LinkedIn to connect, learn, and find opportunity.

We’re excited for you. And we’re excited that so many people are visiting your page on LinkedIn, and using you as a resource.

With sincere thanks,

Deep Nishar
Senior Vice President, Products & User Experience




Just a few short years ago, Rabbi Mitch decided to devote his life to helping addicts full-time. To do so – to go on this incredible journey of faith – he left a salaried position paying him six figures a year. With over 20 years as a very active 12-Step member, along with his community- and personal service as a respected Rabbi, Yourtreatmentsolutions.com didn’t have to think hard about our 2012 Counselor of the Year!

No wonder Rabbi Mitch is so sought after as an Addiction Counselor and private coach nationwide.

We certainly appreciate all the articles and the interviews that you’ve made available, Mitch, to all of us here at YTS…and to the 40,000 people who visit our site each month. Many of these visitors are families who need answers…and leave our website with those answers. And you’re a big reason for that. We are deeply in your debt, Mitch.

Yourtreatmentsolutions.com is predicting that we’ll see Rabbi Mitch on every major talk show in the country in the next five years. And when you are on Dr. Phil and Dr. Drew, Rabbi Mitch, or interviewed by People magazine….we can say we knew you when.

And please keep us posted when and if the Rabbi Mitch name/company goes public. We want in!

Best Regards,

Kelly Kettle





I’m very happy to let you know that Addiction Counseling with Rabbi Mitch has been featured on our final list of 100 Best Web Resources for Counselors! We have just published it, and you can view it here: http://www.mastersincounseling.org/counseling-sites.html.

We have also created a badge that you can place on your site to let your readers know about your award, and to help them access these valuable counseling resources. 

Congratulations, and thank you for having such a fantastic site! I’m positive our readers will enjoy browsing through it…and will benefit greatly from it. 





While I’m happy about garnering these honors, I’m certainly humble about receiving them. Why? Because it wasn’t that long ago that I was in your place, trying to lick the terrible demons of addiction. Because I couldn’t have made the progress I’ve made without the love, perseverance, and devotion of people who really cared. Because I – like you – will be facing down these demons for the rest of my life.

And because – most important – I couldn’t have done it without you…the people who have opened your hearts and souls and let me in. My clients – my friends! – your fight is my fight, and will always be my fight. My goal is to be as effective in helping you as the people who helped me were.

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