It is my pleasure to announce this up and coming trans-formative experiential workshop:


Elul Psycho-Spiritual Workshop

Chaya Sara Brand, LMSW

This experiential workshop is based on Torah principles, implementing guided imagery and writing exercises. Sessions are designed to identify emotional blocks and to learn tools to heal and transform them to experience empowerment and “at-one-ment”.
No personal sharing required. Please bring notebook.

First Session: Self-Forgiveness

• Feeling embarrassed, ashamed, guilty, or depressed?
• Learn to distinguish between neurotic/toxic guilt and healthy guilt.
• Learn to release/heal pain to reconnect to your Essential Divine Self.

Tues. Sept. 13th: 6:30pm-9:30pm OR Wed. Sept. 14th: 9:30am-12:30pm

Second Session: Forgiving Others

• Feeling angry, hurt, victimized?
• Learn 5 meaningful stages of forgiveness.
• Explore the question: “(How) To reconcile or not to reconcile?”

Tues. Sept. 20th: 6:30pm-9:30pm OR Wed. Sept. 21th: 9:30am-12:30pm

Fee: 10% discount for pre-registration or previous participants
NIS 475 for both/260 for 1 OR at door NIS 525 for both/290 for 1(Scholarships are available)
German Colony

Registration: (02) 563-5878

Chaya Sara has a Masters of Social Work from Yeshiva University with over 30 years of experience synthesizing Torah with psychology, facilitating emotional and spiritual development through workshops, and individual therapy.

About Shimshon Meir Frankel

Rabbi Shimshon Meir Frankel is a clinical psychologist and founder and president of the Chedva Institute for Relationship Enrichment. He was trained at the Michigan School of Professional Psychology and has been working privately for nearly twenty years. His rabbinic studies -- along with extensive coursework in communication, child development, and group dynamics -- help Rabbi Frankel guide others seeking to actualize their potentials and form healthy relationships. Rabbi Frankel founded the Chedva Institute for Relationship Enrichment to provide worldwide access to experts specializing in the various challenges faced by those in relationships. He lives with his wife and children in Northern Israel.
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