A Brief Bio

Expressive Arts-based Jewish Education

As an educator and educational consultant, I seek to promote deeper understanding of and connection to the people and events in our lives by supporting the learning, healing, and growth of individuals and communities through creative play and expressive arts.

I offer online and in-person professional development workshops for Jewish educators; expressive arts-based Jewish enrichment and leadership programs for youth, teens, and families to synagogues and Jewish religious schools; and I work with creative and expressive arts therapy telehealth practitioners to enhance their online group facilitation.

I believe learning happens in many ways for many different people. I also believe that learning happens best in a safe, inclusive, and culturally responsive environment. Celebrating the differences among us in order to co-construct a Jewish identity with common goals and a shared vision is important to me, and I believe that expressive arts-based Jewish learning supports that type of communal growth.

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Services

Creative strategies.  Strengthening connections.

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Professional Development Workshops

Tools, tactics, and techniques

Experiential workshops that can be customized to meet specific needs

Online and in-person workshops for Jewish educators and Expressive Arts practioners

Jewish Enrichment Programs

Jewish leadership, identity, and connection

Investing in the future of Jewish leadership through action-based learning

New online series: "Creating Jewishly Together Online"

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Family Learning

Inclusive Jewish learning for all families

Embodying Jewish values through family learning. Participants young and old come together and play the Jewish way!

 
 

Testimonials

 

"Brilliant mix of hands-on, revisiting, and problem-solving."

Sarah H.