Unique training initiative focused on supportive counseling and referral skills for women in communal roles
GET READY TO:
Learn about common psychological problems, supportive counseling skills, and the impact of distressed family relationships.
Process with mentors to apply acquired skills to situations communal leaders face on a regular basis.
Connect with women from across North America and develop a network of resources for referral and personal support.
IMPACT your community as an informed leader who can provide guidance and resources for those in need.
- Virtual Course: Weekly 2-hour sessions, including instruction and small group processing: Wednesdays April 26, May 3,10,17,31 (no session May 24), June 7,14,21, 8:00-10:00 PM EDT
- In-person Fellowship Seminar, July 10-11 in the tri-state area
- $750 stipend plus seminar (includes $350 travel voucher from cities over 275 miles from venue)
INVESTING IN WOMEN IN COMMUNAL ROLES
Serving on the front line in a Jewish communal role often means being the person turned to when community members are struggling. Learn counseling skills, how to provide personal and communal support and calm crises, and gain the information necessary to make a referral to the professionals trained to work with the specific issues being presented.
This virtual training seminar will include small group mentoring providing the opportunity to apply acquired skills while receiving insight and guidance from mental health professionals serving in communal roles.
Applications accepted until March 30, 2023 (Fellowships will be awarded on a rolling basis.)