What We Do

All of our experiences take place in the context of relationships with family, friends, community, and society at large. We believe that in order to create lasting change, there is a need to integrate emotional health into those settings and relationships which make up all of our interactions. Our model is therefore broken up into the three pillars  - intervention, education, and support.

Intervention

Interventions are  services aimed at bolstering the most basic relationships in our lives - those with our selves, family, and friends by alleviating psychological stress and channeling success through building skills, resilience, and confidence.

Clinical Therapy 

 

Individual Mentoring

 

Therapeutic Case

Management

 

School-based programming

for students

Education

Our various educational initiatives empower communities, families, educators, and community leaders through teaching them about their own emotional health needs as well as the emotional health needs of others. This serves to create a support system wherein our communities will inherently understand and work to further emotional hygiene together.

Community Education

 

Psychoeducational Groups for: Parents, Teachers, Rabbis, and Community Leaders

 

Parenting Support Groups

 

 Psychoeducational

Media Content

 

Rabbis Can Run

Support

Emotional health exists in a society made up of service providers, government agencies, foundations, and not for profit organizations seeking to help those in need.Our support programming seeks to lobby, organize, and inform these invested parties to better direct the quality and quantity of emotional health services for the communities, families, and individuals which they serve.

Government Advocacy

 

 Roundtable Discussions for Service Providers

 

Expanding Work with

Kupot Cholim

All of our services are provided in French, English, and Hebrew