Mitchell J. Rabin

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Mitchell J. Rabin

Mitchell J. Rabin, M.A., L.AC., is an international speaker, teacher, holistic psychotherapist, licensed acupuncturist, business & personal coach, social entrepreneur, biofeedback, environmentalist & writer. He has also been hosting and producing a NYC-based community cable TV show since 1993 called A Better World with Mitchell Rabin, interviewing the sung & unsung heroes of our society.

In 2006, Mitchell began producing and hosting A Better World Radio on Gary Null’s Progressive Radio Network, hosted Progressive Film Hour with Mitchell Rabin on PRN and on Blog Talk Radio since 2012.

Mitchell has also been in several PBS documentaries and an expert in a couple of other documentaries.

Arianna Huffington invited Mitchell to contribute to the HuffPost for which he wrote a series of articles as well as articles for Natural News, International Day of Yoga Magazine & A Better World Newsletter.

Mitchell has a B.A., from Bard, M.A. from Antioch in Psychology, Diplomate of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture & in NLP. He’s been in private practice since 1979.

Mitchell has been facilitating groups and teaching on retreats for some 30 years in NYC and across the country. He facilitates a process he has developed called Therapeutic Theater, a system to teach empathy and listening skills as well as those for authentic communication.

Mitchell has helped to start several social enterprise companies from nutritional supplements to renewable energy companies designed to support personal/planetary health and sustainability.

Mitchell has either lectured, been on or has moderated panels at the U.N., (e.g., International Day of Yoga, 2018), at Expos & Conferences. He was MC of international conferences (e.g., Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference, Netherlands) and sits on a Board of an NGO and FIONS, as well as on several Advisory Boards.

Mitchell is a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle, a project of the Source of Synergy Foundation.


Our being sacred stewards I believe is our calling in the extraordinary evolutionary play of creation. So what are we waiting for? Let’s play!