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Who is My Client?/Roxanne Abrams,MS,NCC

August 24, 2013

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One of the fundamentals of my work in couples therapy begins with this critical question, and it is one which, I believe, underlies the importance of doing clinical work as a part of exploring options in a marriage. At the very beginning of my professional relationship with a couple, often even before we meet for […]

Move De Line:Agunot and Shalom Bayit/Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran

August 14, 2013

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(Editor’s Note: Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran serves as vice president of communications and marketing of the Orthodox Union’s Kashruth Division. His most recent book is “Mediations at Sixty: One Person, Under God, Indivisible,” published by KTAV Publishing House. He is the author of “Kos Eliyahu – Insights into the Haggadah and Pesach” which has been […]

When Things Go Wrong in a Mediation Session/Martin Rosenfeld

August 5, 2013

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I attended a program in education in which all graduates traditionally entered the teaching field. Imagine our collective surprise when the Dean spoke to us on one occasion about the possibility of failing in our chosen profession. Was that cruel? We did not think so. We needed to hear that some people fail and then […]