Today Rabbi Elisheva discusses how modern families are turning into dysfunctional tribes, the problems created by a culture of constant conflict and her upcoming program to teach people how to manage a high-conflict ex
Growing a mother along with a baby, delayed cord clamping and the reverence the placenta deserves, and the transition into life outside the womb.
Jennie’s transformative journey, reframing disappointment and 5 1/2 steps to build a video business
Rabbi Elisheva and Susan Dascenzi discuss the core of faith, curating the possibilities of life, and how to move forward and reframe your story
Rabbi Elisheva discusses the “fear of other” and superstition of the old country, being a Jewish Girl in a Catholic school in post-war Austria and how children develop a connection with God before they understand that their faith is different from their connection.
Rabbi Elisheva discusses the intersection of law, psychology and the ancient mythic wisdom of the Old Testament as a portal to infinite possibilities, the questing soul and radical faith
Emily Brenner is a lawyer, a counseling psychologist, and a rabbi. So often the events of our lives, the events that knock us down and knock us back, are meant to be stopping places on our life journeys, they are “journey shifting” points where you often need a coach to delve into the experience and prepare for the next leg of your journey.