Tehom is an intensive fellowship for personal growth and an unparalleled leadership journey.
A faculty of premier educators of Judaism, world religions, depth psychology, and social justice is ready to equip fellows with the foundation, insight, and toolkit to serve as catalysts of change in their own fields, in the Jewish community, and in our greater world. The fellows in our pilot cohort will engage in an experiential retreat on January 29-31, 2023, at Capital Retreat Center in Waynesboro, PA (approximately 70 miles from Washington, DC) and will reunite with the facilitators for a series of brief, monthly follow-up sessions in the DMV area. Tehom is designed for individuals and couples between their 30s – 60s.
Together, we will delve into lesser-known Jewish texts, our inner psyches, evidence-based transformational leadership frameworks, and the underlying spiritual architecture unifying these ideas. Through our storied tradition of uncovering hidden nuances, we will explore how to cultivate personal identities and communities that celebrate cooperation while healing increasing polarization. This is the knowledge our Jewish changemakers need during these tumultuous, divisive times to be able to effectively step into new leadership paradigms to build inclusive, collaborative, and mission-driven communities.
We look forward to sharing this unique, meaningful experience with you.
Opening Retreat: January 29-31 at Capital Retreat Center
Monthly Learning and Processing Sessions*
Session 1: February 26, 27, or 28
Session 2: March 27, 28, or 29
Session 3: April 16, 17, or 18
Session 4: May 16, 17, or 18
Session 5: June 11, 12, or 13
Sessions 1-5 will take place once per month. Final session dates to be determined following the opening retreat.
Cost is $500 per person or $750 per couple, all inclusive of retreat and sessions. Cost should not be a barrier for participation — subsidies are available through the registration form.
Tehom is designed for individuals and couples between their 30s – 60s.
Meet the Facilitators
To learn more, contact Rami Schwartzer at [email protected] or 860-712-4440.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington welcomes the participation of interfaith couples and families, and people of all abilities, backgrounds, gender identities, and sexual orientations. Building an inclusive community is a priority. If you require special accommodations to participate in Tehom, please let us know so we can make every effort to accommodate your needs.