In 1998 he began his second career as a Rebbe at Yavneh Academy in Paramus, N. Throughout this time Rabbi Frankel maintained his Private Practice in Individual and Family Therapy for over 30 years.
He served as a long time member of Manhattan's Community Board 8 and has participated in important political activities since he first volunteered for Reagan-Bush '84.
Rabbi Samuel Frankel obtained his Masters degree in Social Work from New York University in 1978 and continued his education at Hunter College’s Post-Masters Program in Family Therapy.
He was employed at Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services in Brooklyn, N. for 18 years, where he was promoted to Director of Foster Care and Adoption Services, Director of Residential Treatment Programs and was their first Director of Ohel’s Camp Aishel program. He was promoted to the Director of Discipline and Dean of Students during his tenure there.
He worked as attending physician in the Emergency Room of both Jamaica Hospital and Bellevue Hospital in New York. He is board certified in dermatology and has special interest and expertise in cosmetic and laser surgery, varicose vein treatment and autologous fat transplantation and meso therapy (vitamin injection to dissolve subcutane-ous fat). Fried has conducted numerous stidies on dermatological diseases and has done special investigative research on leprosy, wounds & burn healing.
His work has been published in the Journal od Infectious Diseases Annals of Internal Medicine.
He has been featured in Barron’s “Other Voices” column and frequently appears as a guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, and on FOX Business News.