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Kav L’Noar’s Board of Directors and professional staff extends a hearty mazal tov to Meir Kaniel on reaching his goal to raise $10K for our organization! These funds will enable us to implement our new School-based Group Mentoring Program in two additional schools. We extend best wishes to Meir in his participation in the Orlando […]
Model Parenting By: Rivkah Weiss, M.S.W., Family Therapist “Why do our kids always fight?” “Why can’t they accept a ‘no’?” “Why aren’t they open with us?” These are some of the questions that are often directed at family therapists by frustrated parents. As parents, we are disturbed by our kids’ negative behavior patterns […]
Kav L’Noar Team Participates in Matan M&E Conference in Herzliya This week, a team of Kav L’Noar staff members participated in a special Measurement and Evaluation (M&E) conference in Herzliya. The conference was part of a 6-month intensive training program run by “Matan” for eight select non-profit social service organizations. Kav L’Noar is […]
BENEFITS OF RELATIONSHIP BASED MENTORING FOR PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION OF ABUSE VICTIMS Mentoring as a prevention tool: Mentoring builds self -confidence and practical social skills in children who are socially isolated, have low self- esteem and poor judgment. Kav L’Noar trains our mentors to set boundaries in the relationship between mentor […]
Kav L’Noar is proud to sponsor Meir Kaniel who will be representing our organization when he competes in the 26.2 mile Orlando Marathon on January 11, 2015. We wish him every success and thank his many friends and colleagues for their support of our School Group Mentoring Program. Meir began running less than 2 years ago […]
Sima Gordon, Kav L’Noar’s Mentoring Supervisor and one of our mentors will be speaking at the International Conference: The Jewish Community Confronts Violence and Abuse taking place this week at The Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem. Sima will be speaking about the benefits of relationship based mentoring as part of a treatment plan for the […]
Question from a Parent: My daughter often answers questions with one-word answers. “Where are you going?” “Out” “When will you be back?” “Later.” “Who will you be with?” “My friends.” Sometimes she just rolls her eyes and looks right past me, or listens but remains silent. It makes me feel distant […]