Facing Family Conflict: Turning Breakdowns into Breakthroughs

If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance.  – George Bernard Shaw… Read More

Finding the Bayit Floor: A Two-Step Technique for Getting Grounded

When we embark on the lifelong journey of raising a family, we know there will be moments of anger, tension,… Read More

The Bayit Walls: Building Up Healthy Boundaries

“Love thy neighbor, but don’t pull down your hedges.” -Benjamin Franklin In the first article in this series, I shared… Read More

Anchoring Upward: The Bayit’s Ceiling

Anchoring Upward: The Bayit’s Ceiling  Acknowledging a higher power is one of the greatest skills, talents, and resources we have in building… Read More

On A Wire: A Psychotherapist’s Secret to Overcoming Fear

Fear is a notoriously thorny challenge to overcome. After all, it is the human brains’ most ancient response; a deeply… Read More

Escaping the House of Bondage – Breaking the Bond of Abusive Relationships

“The hardest part of being in an emotionally abusive relationship is actually admitting you’re in one.” ― Anna Akana “My ex… Read More

Silencing the Inner Judge

Meet Hannah. It is Rosh Hashanah lunch. The table is impeccable, full and expectant. The guests are many, varied and… Read More

Broken Body Issues

Most women have long been socialized to believe that if we don’t look good, we aren’t good. And so we… Read More

A Formula for Defeating Depression – Noah’s ARC

Anna was drowning. She crumbled into the couch before me in a familiar wash of tears, “I got fired… again…… Read More

Addiction – What are you really running after?

“Karl Marx wrote: ‘Religion is the opiate of the masses.’ Carrie Fisher said: ‘I did masses of opiates religiously.’ Most… Read More

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