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About Us

Reish Lakish Consulting LLC is committed to client-centered care by designing wellness solutions based on the unique bio-psycho-social-spiritual needs of individuals, families, communities and organizations. We aid in creating human environments where diversity, inclusivity and equity become reality without marginalizing or alienating others intentionally or unintentionally. As part of these efforts, we also provide individual and organizational trainings, and speaker engagement opportunities.

About Our Founder

After serving 16 years of a 24 year prison sentence that began when he was a teenager, Dr. Yehudah Pryce, DSW, MSW  graduated Summa Cum Laude from Adams State University, earning his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with an emphasis in Social Welfare. He susquently earned his Master of Social Work degree in from the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work where he was the Chair of Unchained Scholars. Dr. Pryce was named DSW Student of Year at Simmons University, where he earned his Doctorate of Social Work. While in incarcerated he helped develop personal curriculum and facilitate groups of up to 60 diverse incarcerated community members. Dr. Pryce was previously an ICMS (intensive case management services) case manager and program manager serving community members who were chronically homeless and contending with mental health challenges in South Los Angeles and Skid Row. He also volunteered for years as a psychotherapist at a Jewish residential treatment center in Los Angeles. Dr. Pryce currently works as a clinical social worker in a collaborative court program for justice-involved transitional age youth and he is the Senior Director of National Mental Health & Well-Being programs at a national nonprofit organization that delivers in-prison and reentry curriculum and support. 


Dr. Pryce (Yehudah ben Avraham) underwent an Orthodox gerus through the Rabbinical Council of California and lives with his wife and four children in Irvine, California.



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