New Leadership Parenting series beginning now!

Are you struggling with negativity, disrespect or apathy?

Learn breakthrough insights that will transform your approach to parenting!

In this empowering 16 week series with


you will learn to:

  • apply leadership principles in your home
  • minimize conflict and resistance
  • respond with calm and clarity in tough moments
  • enjoy your children in a way you never have!

Leadership Parenting is based on six foundational concepts:

Connection, Compassion, Courage, Calm, Clarity and Correction

Leadership Parenting is a principles-based approach to parenting that has relationship, connection and character firmly at its core.  Radical, life-changing and EFFECTIVE!

“I have been really enjoying and benefiting from these extremely effective classes. The material and presentation is eye opening, brilliant, very well researched, and organized. I am sure that mothers of all ages and stages will  find that attending Avivah’s classes will enhance their mothering!” Brindy Silverstein, Ramat Beit Shemesh

Registration is now open for a 16 week class Leadership Parenting training series via webinar and in person.

The webinar series will be held on Sundays, beginning Nov. 13, 2016, 8:30 – 10 pm (Israel), 1:30 – 3 pm (EST).  To enroll for the webinar series, please send $200 via Paypal to  You will then receive a link to register, and after each class will receive a link for the recording.  If you can’t attend the class at this time, a recording will be available to watch at your convenience.  Please note that the recording does not include the thirty minutes of questions and answers that follows the hour long seminar.

This same series also takes place in person in Ramat Beit Shemesh.  The next opportunity to participate will not be until Spring 2017, so join now!   To join the face to face group, please contact me: or call 972-53-223-1872.

“Thanks for a wonderful class!  I so look forward to it every week!” – Sarah T. Kornbluth, Ramat Beit Shemesh

“Thank you for the series, its given me so much to think about and to try and absorb into myself and my parenting.” – Ruth Wachs, Ramat Beit Shemesh