A congregant-led discussion on topics of interest to Jewish Women and those who identify as Jewish Women.
This month: What’s Mom Still Got to Do with It? with Ilana Levitt
Ilana Tolpin Levitt, LPC, LHMC, CCC, will lead a discussion exploring how family influences the decisions we make, and the impact of “inherited” family dynamics on confidence and “imposter syndrome,” where we feel we do not deserve the success and recognition we receive. There is a warrior (woman) in all of us. We will explore new ways to fully embody our strengths and find the tools and resources needed to push past barriers, to live an authentic, inspired, aligned life … taking risks in order to reach personal and professional goals.
Ms. Levitt is a clinical career counselor and HR executive who delights in inspiring individual and organizational change..Her focus is a deep exploration of the psychological roots that impact life and professional choices, advancement, and workplace dysfunction. Ilana’s book, What’s Mom Still Got to Do With It? is a self-help career book for women focusing on how family dynamics and in particular, the mother daughter relationship, impacts women’s professional lives. Guests are welcome.
There is no charge for this program.
To register for the Zoom presentation, click HERE.