PAST EVENTS - RECORDINGS & RELATED RESOURCES

Many of these events are part of a series of workshops and education organized in conjunction with  the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council under a grant by the New York City Council Domestic Violence Initiative awarded by Council Member Matthieu Eugene.

Rabbi Shais Taub

Rabbi Taub continues the conversation about husband's role - especially in times of Corona.

Dr. Elka Pinson

Dr. Pinson shares some insights about how to show support to a spouse (or other loved one) who has experienced trauma induced by Corona. What might you say, what is generally not helpful, what type of further support is available?

Mr. Devora Krasnianski

Insights and ideas for navigating the new Shiduch world (Corona style).

Rabbi Shais Taub

Rabbi Taub addresses some issues unique to Corona - as applicable to role of husband.

Mrs. Devora Krasnianski, founder of Adai Ad.

Being engaged during the uncertainty of Corona can add an extra layer of questions and challenges. This talk addresses some of those concerns: your relationship, the feeling of unsettledness, what type of wedding will I have. And more.

Dr. Shana Frydman, PhD, LCSW

Quarantine can be challenging, but for those living with abusive partners, it presents a whole other level of difficulty.   Dr. Frydman shares some important points about safety plans, what you can do and should not do to help an abuse victim.

Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin, MS, LCPC

Keeping your sanity and your marriage during the Corona chaos. Rabbi Slatkin share how to have important conversations with your spouse in a safe and respectful way, using the Imago dialog.

Dr. David Pelcovitz

Chizuk and insights for newlyweds (and everyone else) to survive and strengthen their marriage during the Corona chaotic and uncertain times.

Mrs. Devora Krasnianski, founder, Adai Ad

Helping someone work through marriage issues is a huge responsibility. The number one rule in medicine “Do No Harm” is definitely apropos here. You certainly do not want to make a difficult situation even more complex. The questions you ask, the perspectives you share, the words you use; these all matter – are you helping or are you making things even worse?

Chaya Margolin, Financial Coach

Adai Ad presents NEWLYWEDS GUIDE TO MONEY: SOME DO'S AND DON'TS Different money personalities and habits. How to navigate it all? It is important to get on the same page about money – before it turns into conflict and tension. Chaya Margolin, a noted Financial Counselor shares some basic financial responsibility tips and must-dos. She talks about financial goals, how to have conversations about money, establishing a budget, credit cards, investing, and saving/spending balance.

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