Category: Blog

Maintaining Calm During Quarantine: How Relationships Can Beat the Stress

March 20, 2020
In a world of social-distancing and Covid-19 quarantines, where families will are spending extended periods of time together in close quarters, it is reasonable to expect mounting stress levels. While...

Before I was a Marriage Therapist, I was a Rabbi

March 28, 2019
Twenty years ago, like most new seminary graduates, young and idealistic, I found myself a newly-minted rabbi eager and excited to enter the helping profession. Armed with extensive training in...

Breaking My Silence: A Kidney Donor Speaks Up

August 25, 2016
You’re at Starbucks during your lunch break when you realize you’ve forgotten your wallet at your desk. Feeling embarrassed, you turn to the coworker standing behind you on line and...

Tinder, Bumble & Hinge: Does App Dating Lead to True Love?

September 4, 2015
It seems that no matter how hard people try to find true love, there are no shortage of avenues to explore. However, not all roads lead to love.  Technology has...

Wanting to Date a TEN: Looking Beyond Appearances

July 22, 2015
There are many experiences in life which guide us and inform future decisions. The foods we eat as a child, the movies we watch, the social interactions that we have,...

Dealing with Difficult People & Egos

July 14, 2015
One of the biggest faux pas I have seen in efforts toward organizational development is when the burden of improvement is placed solely upon the organization itself. While spreadsheets and...
Free Consultation