The Chai Center
Location 501 Vanderbilt Parkway, Dix Hills, NY 11746 USA
Phone6313518672
Website The Chai Center
Upcoming Course: Nurturing Relationships

Relationships don’t just happen—they’re nurtured. This course empowers you to enhance, enrich, and nurture all your interpersonal relationships—at home, at work, and beyond. Explore classic Jewish texts to uncover knowledge and skills for practicing empathy, active listening, agreeable disagreement, interpersonal optimism, constructive criticism, and effective relationship repair. 

This course will satisfy the continuing education requirements of Medical Doctors, Psychologists, Social Workers, LMFTs, and LMHC/LPCs in most states. 

Go to myjli.com/continuingeducation for a complete accreditation statement.

Course Details
Lesson 1 The Art of Empathy: Nurturing Soulful Bonds and Deepening Relationships

Empathy is the cornerstone of meaningful connections, allowing us to truly understand and support those around us. How can we cultivate a deeper sense of empathy in our daily interactions?

Lesson 2 The Art of Listening: Enhancing Connection through Mindful Communication

Effective listening involves opening our hearts and minds to truly absorb and understand the messages being conveyed. How can we become more attentive and responsive listeners?

Lesson 3 The Art of Disagreeing: Navigating Differences with Respect and Understanding

Disagreements are inevitable, but they don’t have to lead to discord and resentment. How can we navigate conflicts with grace while maintaining harmony in our relationships?

Lesson 4 The Art of Positivity: Uncovering More Good in Those around Us

Our biases influence how we perceive and process problematic behavior, often undermining our relationships. How can we train ourselves to overcome these biases to see more virtue in the people we know?

Lesson 5 The Art of Influence: Guiding Others with Love and Effectiveness

In healthy relationships, offering guidance or critique is sometimes essential. How can we guide and inspire effectively without generating resentment and emotional distress?

Lesson 6 The Art of Forgiveness: Restoring Relationships through Reconciliation

No matter how wonderful the company we keep, there will inevitably be times when we feel insulted, hurt, or even betrayed by someone. What steps can we take to mend bonds and achieve reconciliation?

Dates & Times
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