Our Coaches

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Chaya Sara Gurewicz is a Nature Based Life Coach.  She works with individuals and couples in person, phone or skype, and facilitates healing workshops and retreats for groups, schools, and organizations teaching mind tools, nature awareness, therapeutic art, and whatever it takes to support people in returning to their essence and living with more joy!  Chaya Sara the founder of The Tefilla Prayer Circle and the Awakening Retreat and a facilitator for Journey To Home healing weekend workshops. 

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Yehudis Karbal is an educator and LCPC (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.) She served as National Director of EMETT self-help groups for over 20 years. She has lectured widely about Torah and psychology, and presently maintains a private practice in Chicago, Illinois.  Yehudis' profile is under construction - you can contact her at judithkarbal@gmail.com

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As a Relationship and Transformation Coach, Chana supports women in learning and practicing down to earth strategies designed for them to get in touch with and bring forth their authentic, vulnerable feminine self.  Chana is certified as a Kallah teacher by the Israeli Rabbinate and Shani Taragin and has studied with Laura Doyle, Dr. John Gottman and Glady's Diaz.  To connect with Chana go to absolutelyfeminine.com

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Through her career as a beloved Teacher, Educational Consultant, Chabad House Director, Life Coach and Principal of one of America's largest dayschools, Frumma Rosenberg-Gotleib has touched and transformed thousands of lives.  She now devotes her time to coaching, speaking and writing - primarily in the realms of personal growth, healthy relationships and emotional  intelligence.  Quoted as an expert on Mindfulness in Time Magazine and by Arianna Huffington in her book 'Thrive', Frumma has also appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show and is featured in the New York Times Bestseller 'Small Miracles'.  Her new book, co-authored with her husband Simcha Gottlieb, is entitled Awesome Aging: Happier, Healthier, Smarter, and Younder than Yesterday.  Frumma's site is being worked on - but to reach her now, please 

Sara Esther Crispe is the Co-Director of Interinclusion.org, a multi-layered educational non-profit celebrating the convergence between contemporary arts and sciences and timeless Jewish wisdom.
 

She travels the world as a sought out motivational speaker and educator, presenting on interpersonal relationships and the Kabbalistic approach to self-development. Sara Esther was also the creator and editor for ten years of TheJewishWoman.org—a section of Chabad.org—the largest website on Judaism. She has also worked as a local producer for shows relating to Judaism on the Oprah Winfrey Network, HARPO Productions, Refinery 29 and CNN. A segment that she helped produce for Oprah’s BELIEF series was presented at the UN.
 

A prolific writer, her pieces can be found on numerous online sites including The Huffington Post, GrokNation, Times of Israel, and Chabad.org. She is currently working on a book about the power of the Jewish woman as well as a book on parenting titled, I Used to be the Perfect Mother, Then I Had Kids. She lives with her husband, Rabbi Asher Crispe, and their four children in Danby, Vermont where they run Jewish educational retreats and programming.  She is also a life-coach for both adults and teens.  Sara Esther's profile is under construction but you can reach her for a speaking engagement or for coaching at crispespeaking@yahoo.com

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