We all live in a world which is simultaneously unraveling and evolving in wave after wave. I don't know where we are headed, but as someone much wiser than I once said, "The only way to get it together is together." The Work That Reconnects offers a doorway into that for all of us, a way to face the unbearable grief as well as joy, without losing sight or getting stuck in either. I work with communities to help them figure out how to take its next steps to enter the waves as they unfold, to address the emotional/spiritual dimensions that are neglected by engineers, scientists, and politicians. "[We] are not obligated to complete the work, but neither are you [we] free to desist from it" (Pirkey Avot, 2:21). I'm also a psychotherapist and Rabbi.
Audiences I work with
I have mainly worked within the Jewish community because of my profession as a Rabbi. I am happy to work with all communities.
Experience facilitating other events & workshops
What year did you begin facilitating the Work That Reconnects?
My M.A. in Clinical Psychology and training as a Rabbi inform the way I facilitate WTR.