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Dedicated in honor of parents worldwide who never give up on their kids and tirelessly pursue solutions to help them – in the hope that this will make their search just a bit easier.

Mark and Barbara Silber.


Ezra Max

Effective Coaching For Parents and Teens

Rabbi Dov Silver

Madraigos — Helping Our Youth Step by Step

Sheri and Shmuel Feld

Raising an Autistic Child

Aryeh Buchsbayew

Where Therapy, Recovery and Family Meet

Chaya Batya Neugroschl

Navigating High School Years

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Anglo Olim Living in Eretz Yisroel

Debbie Gross

TAHEL Crisis Center for Religious Women and Children

Howard Blas

Integration of Special Needs Adults / Summer Camp

Heroic Mom

Mother of Abuse Survivor (Chassidish)

Dr. Daniel Herrmann

Grade School Guidance Counselor

Dr. Eli Shapiro

Digital Citizenship and Technology

Rabbi Yakov Horowitz

Parenting / Chinuch / Child Safety

Dr. Elly D. Lasson

Career and Job Readiness

Rabbi Moshe Turk

Issues and Challenges Facing Baalei Teshuva

Andrew (Avi) Lauer, Esq.

Institutional Protocols and Strategies

Dr. Rona Novick

Bully Prevention and Social Emotional Health

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Ba'alei Teshuva Parents Raising FFB Kids

Beth Bassman

Blending Families


What Would Jerimiah Say?

A common theme in the prophesies of Yirmiyahu (Jerimiah) and Yeshayahu (Isaiah) – read in synagogues throughout the world during the mourning period for the

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Mental Illness, Romanticized

In the petri dish of polarization that we currently live in, apparently nothing is safe. Allow me to explain.  The black-and-white all-or-nothing lens through which

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Why create a why?

“So what are you hoping to get out of therapy?”  Invariably, that question triggers a look of puzzlement on many clients faces.  “Umm.. I guess

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The Karasick Child Safety Initiative raises awareness among parents, educators and community leaders about the danger of child abuse and the importance of child safety education. Our groundbreaking children’s safety book, “Let’s Stay Safe!,” published in conjunction with Artscroll, is currently in more than 60,000 homes and early childhood classrooms.


Our innovative Bright Beginnings division which produces skills-based curricular materials for our children. Our Chumash and Gemara workbooks and e-books, lauded by Torah Umesorah, are used in Yeshivos and day schools throughout the country. The method is based on the concept that children are served best when they are first taught the basic structure of language.