One way of navigating relationships is to manage our interactions: our thoughts, feelings, reactions, communication. Innate Health is a paradigm that explains the key to productive relationships without all the work. Learn how the principles of Innate Health guide us toward unconditional access to the resilience and resourcefulness that are the true key to productive and uncomplicated relationships.
"In 25 years of work in the Jewish community I have not found a more accessible resource to help people find lasting wellbeing."
Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt, Founder and Director, Tikun Innate Health Center, London
"Learning about the principles at a rough time in our marriage was G-d sent. Instead of being given advice and pointers and being encouraged to seek out painful memories, we were suddenly given a fresh start."
"I saw how we were bringing out the worst in each other. I stopped seeing her anxious thoughts as her and trusted more in her wisdom. We were able to feel closeness and warmth. We're now engaged."
RIVKAH KROMHOLZ, LMFT
RIVKAH KROMHOLZ is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Cedarhurst, New York. She also serves as a facilitator and trainer for the Twerski Wellness Institute. She has been in the mental health field for over 35 years and an international Principle-based practitioner since 2006. She provides Principle-based therapy, consulting, seminars, classes, and practitioner training for individuals, couples, and groups.
RABBI HENRY HARRIS
HENRY HARRIS was Educational Director for 14 years at the Aish HaTorah Center in Manhattan where he is still an active teacher and member of the staff. He was first introduced to the principles of Innate Health in 2005. He describes the principles as a blessing in helping him "discover a deeper insight into Jewish wisdom and a more peaceful experience of the most important things in my life" - marriage and parenting amongst them. He began training in the teaching of the principles in early 2013 and founded the Jewish Center for Wellbeing in early 2014.