Rabbi Ted Falcon, a Reform rabbi for more than 45 years, holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and has explored the interface of spirituality and psychology as a congregational rabbi and as a psychotherapist. With his colleagues Imam Jamal Rahman and Pastor Don Mackenzie, Rabbi Ted has written two books, including Religion Gone Astray: What We Found at the Heart of Interfaith, and presents interfaith and inter-spiritual programs at universities and houses of worship across the United States and abroad. Rabbi Ted lives, writes, and teaches in Seattle, Washington.

With Imam Jamal Rahman and Pastor Don Mackenzie, he is one of the Interfaith Amigos.

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