Making Marriage Work

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The Whizin Center for Continuing Education at American Jewish University partners with couples to create and maintain strong and dynamic Jewish marriages. To enhance and strengthen the quality of your marriage requires ongoing nurturing and attention.

We are proud to offer the following workshops and retreats to help you explore and deepen your most sacred and important relationship.

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For couples considering marriage,
engaged or recently married.

Basic Seminar

with Dr. Neil Einbund,
Clinical Psychologist
and Marilyn Kagan, LCSW

Neil and Marilyn will facilitate discussions about marital expectations, ways to improve communication, to treat your spouse with love and dignity, discuss sex, finances, in-laws and children. Additionally, there will be sessions with a rabbi and financial planner.

Two Sundays, 9:30-2:30pm
June 7 and June 14
AJU Familian Campus • $360  

Me to We Private Seminar

with Debra Molnar, LPCC, Certified Life Coach,
Certified Imago Relationship Therapist,

or a conveniently located licensed counselor

6 private sessions: 4 sessions with a licensed counselor and 1 session with a rabbi and 1 with a certified financial planner.

  • Identify areas of strength and growth, including intimacy, finances, lifestyle and family
  • Learn communication tools to resolve conflict with respect, understanding and love
  • Discuss how Jewish values and traditions can add meaning to your relationship

Dates and times will be arranged based on each couple’s availability. Call for details. • $800

Marriage: for Life Retreat

A Weekend Experience
in Relationship Building

with Dr. Neil Einbund, Marilyn Kagan, LCSW and Debra Molnar, LPCC

 

For couples considering marriage, engaged or recently married.

SPEND THE WEEKEND AT OUR
BRANDEIS-BARDIN CAMPUS,
A 2,700 ACRE RETREAT CENTER
NESTLED IN THE BEAUTIFUL
SANTA SUSANA MOUNTAINS.

Friday-Sunday, March 6-8
$360 per couple
(scholarships available)

Open to Jewish and interfaith couples. Includes sessions with a licensed therapist, a rabbi and a financial planner, accommodations and meals.

Made possible through the generosity of the Doris Factor Endowment Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation