“Managing Aggression: Yours, Mine and Ours,” Workshop, Women’s Rabbinic Network Convention, Baltimore, 6/6/17.
“Mental Health and Wellness Challenges for Women Rabbis,” with Dr. Betsy Stone, Webinar, Women’s Rabbinic Network, 5/23/17.
“Holding Steady in a Sea of Change,” with Rabbi Betsy Torop and Rabbi Rex Perlmeter, Webinar, 11/11/16.
“Azkarah: In Memory," Jerusalem, CCAR Conference 2/27/16.
Keynote speaker, “Advancing Your Personal Vision: Developing and Applying a Self-Care Practice” and “When Visions Collide: Practicing Self-Care in the Real World,” UJA-Federation Rabbinic Fellowship for Visionary Leaders, Annual Retreat, 6/4/15.
"Nefesh in the Mishkan: Transitional Space," CCAR Conference Philadelphia, 3/18/15.
Audio presentation: "Tackling the Unique Challenges of Being a Woman Rabbi: A Panel of Three Professional Rabbinic Coaches"
Womens’ Rabbinic Network Webinar, 3/15/16. (In response to the following questions: How do we navigate using aggression and emotion in the rabbinate? Time-management: How do you determine what you want out of your rabbinate and your life? Are you entitled to have a life?)
"Rabbinic Self-Care,” with Rabbi Seth Bernstein, CCAR Conference Philadelphia, 3/17/15.
“Sharing Our Wisdom, Not Our Baggage: The Challenge of Creating and Maintaining Personal and Professional Boundaries in the Mentoring Relationship,” Webinar, Ongoing Training for CCAR Mentors, 3/9/15.
"Isolation in Small(er) Congregations,” Webinar, CCAR Rabbis of Small(er) URJ and other Congregations, 1/15/15.
Getting What You Wish For: Jewish Professionals and the Emotional Meaning of Money, Keynote: Wexner Graduate Fellowship Winter Institute, January 2007. (Brief excerpt available here.)
What to Do When There’s Too Much to Do: Ideas for Self Care, Keynote: NJ Association of Jewish Communal Service, May 30, 2008.
The Perfect Cantor (with Cantor Betsey Peters-Epstein)
Caring for the Caretaker: Rabbis and Supervision, Jewish Theological Seminary, Feb. 15, 2001.
Mentoring the Mentors, Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion, Fall 2011.