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A Webinar for Clergy: Strengthening Family Connections in the B-Mitzvah Years

From hundreds of clergy who partner with Moving Traditions, we know that having a strong curriculum with activities designed to support youth’s overall spiritual and social wellbeing can help them process everything happening in the wider world, in school, at home, and on their screens. Join us for a conversation and an overview of our current curricular models.

Thriving In Spite of It All: Supporting Teens in 2024

With all that’s happening in today’s world, how do we help teens thrive in 2024? Join Moving Traditions for a webinars that will explore: We have heard from many friends and colleagues how incredibly supportive Jewish educators like you have been to teens over the past four months. We also know, from the hundreds of educators who partner with Moving Traditions, that having a strong curriculum with activities designed to support youth’s overall wellbeing can help them process everything happening in the wider world, in school, at home, and on their screens.

Decoding Distress: Jewish Parenting for Teen Mental Health

During Mental Health Awareness Month, Moving Traditions invites parents and educators of Jewish youth to join us for a conversation about how to best support teen wellbeing, resilience, and mental health.   Dr. Jess Shatkin, founder and director of NYU's Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies, will share his expert insights with Rabbi Daniel Brenner. We will also hear hear a teen perspective from Sylvie Simmons, a Kol Koleinu fellow focused on mental health. Our speakers will share trends among Jewish teens and discuss how to support teen wellbeing through Jewish identity and community. We will be asking difficult questions like: …

Helping Teaching Assistants/Madrichim Navigate a New Setting

Join Moving Traditions for a webinar on Thursday, May 23 at 1:00pm ET as we share our new program: "Kulam for Teaching Assistants/Madrichim." This curriculum helps guide future staff members through eight essential conversations regarding their role in promoting the wellbeing and emotional development of children. You’ll be introduced to some of the plug-and-play materials that Moving Traditions has developed, including: 

Kol Koleinu Closing Ceremony

This is a closed event. For more information, please contact Paige GoldMarche at pgoldmarche@movingtraditions.org.