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A JWFA Signature Grant Program 
created by
MACoM  &  JF&CS 

A Problem Solving Workshop to emPOWer Women



Life is overwhelming, especially when you are a mom or a primary caregiver. There is never enough time, energy or resources. We are pulled in a thousand directions and we are often left feeling depleted. But it doesn't have to be that way. We are strong. We are resilient. We are women. 


POW! ’s main focus is to help moms and caregivers take pragmatic (logical) steps to create a more manageable life for themselves. It is a problem solving workshop that uses Evidence Based Practices to help fill your toolbox with sustainable strategies for daily success within a supportive and spiritual group setting.


 After completeing the 4 session workshop, each participant will receive a gift certificate for an immersion at MACoM and may continue meeting with this group on a monthly basis.

Class Information

Fridays 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Session 1: Intentions & Perspectives      October 28th     -      ZOOM
Session 2: Problems & Selections          November  4th  -      ZOOM
Session 3:  Goals & Solutions                  November 11th   -      ZOOM
      Session 4: Apply & Assess                       November 18th   -    @ MACoM

4 Sessions: $36

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Julie Zeff, LCSW

Frances Bunzl Clinical Services at Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta

Julie Zeff, LCSW, has worked in the fields of Social Work and Life Coaching for over 20 years. She graduated with an MSW from University of Chicago and trained with Coaches Training Institute to receive her Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) designation.

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Rebecca Brown, LCSW

Shalom Bayit Outreach Social Worker

Frances Bunzl Clinical Services
Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta

Rebecca has a master’s in social work from New York University. She focuses on building a strong therapeutic relationship and utilizes play therapy, art therapy, mindfulness, and interventions from evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).


Jocelyn Schorvitz

Executive Director

Metro Atlanta Community Mikvah

Jocelyn has been working in the nonprofit Jewish community since she moved to Atlanta in 2001. She joined MACoM as the Executive Director in June, 2019. Jocelyn combines her expertise in programming and outreach with her passion for the modern mikvah movement to help support, engage and educate the community.

For More Information, Contact
Jocelyn Schorvitz

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A multi-year grant by Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta also addresses mental health with Sandy Springs mikvah and Jewish Family & Career Services.

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