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This seminar has the vision to enrich and enhance the Rebbetzins in their role and to give them the tools and skills to live up to the new challenges of today’s communities’ demands.
To learn how to have a proactive and positive attitude and to be able to help in all communal areas for all ages of the members of the community.
The seminar will start on Sunday evening 17 January 2016 with a dinner and lecture in communication skills. During the 18 and 19 January there is a full program with keynote speakers such as Prof Dr Pelcovits from Yeshiva University New York and Rebbetzin Rachie Binstock from London and more.
The focus of the lectures are to develop sensitivity of psychologic help needed, understanding emotions, listening and communication skills.
Areas of special concern are pre-marital and marriage counselling, parenting issues, illness, bereavement as well as trauma.
Another focus is on developing skills of communication such as speaking in public and preparing a speech.
The third focus is the Rabbinical family and its interaction with the community.
The Rebbetzins should be able to identify with their role and be an inspiration to community members.
2008-today: Administrator for the Conference of European Rabbis (CER) and The European Beth Din.
2005-2008: PA to local director of British-Israeli property company.
2002-2005: PA to Director of the Israeli Delegation of Jewish Agency for Israel, UK
2000-2002: PA to Finance and HR Director at World ORT, a leading international Charity in London 2012: Jewish Helpline Training
2011-today Executive team member Lo Tishkach European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative of the Claims Conference and CER
2012-2014 Executive team member of NAJOS Charity