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Beth Bassman

Blending Families

Zahava Farbman

Bereavement and Grief Counseling

Sheri and Shmuel Feld

Raising an Autistic Child

Rabbi Moshe Turk

Issues and Challenges Facing Baalei Teshuva

Shirley Lebovics

Family Therapist & Dating Coach

Rabbi Dr. David Hertzberg

Chinuch / Education / Ivrit B'Ivrit Curriculum

Mark Frankel Jewish Spiritual Growth

Rabbi Heshi Kuhnreich

Torah and Recovery / Bringing Judaism to Life

Alexander Rapaport

Masbia Soup Kitchen/Financial Support Services

Ronald Wachtel

Challenges for American Olim & for Gap Year Students

Heroic Mom

Mother of Abuse Survivor (Modern Orthodox)

Ezra Max

Effective Coaching For Parents and Teens

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Shalom Bayis and Conflict Resolution

Menachem Poznanski

Where Therapy, Recovery and Family Meet

Dr. Daniel Herrmann

Grade School Guidance Counselor

Rabbi N. Daniel Korobkin

Hashkafa / Jewish Theology

Rabbi Tani Prero

Wilderness Programs -- Camp Yagilu

Howard Blas

Integration of Special Needs Adults / Summer Camp



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