Ashley Bracey

“Makes me determined to be mindful of the types of interactions I engage in, with my students, and in life.”

-Ashley Bracey, Special Ed. teacher

Juliana Natiello

“It’s amazing the impact of just noticing an individual’s greatness, or potential greatness can have.”

-Juliana Natiello, LPC

Aliza Bloom

“This is the most important information you can ever teach or learn. We all need to turn our energy upside down.”

-Aliza Bloom

Ami and Eric Feinstein

“This approach gave us a new perspective to see all that our children were doing right, instead of focusing on only what needed improvement. We are so grateful for the success that we are seeing in all of our children using this method.”

-Ami and Eric Feinstein

Claudine Baker

“The Nurtured Heart Approach gives a parent a different set of glasses with which to view their children – to look for their greatness, however small, in any situation, and to bring it to the child’s attention so that they bask in the warmth of the parent’s compliments on a continual basis. Negative behavior is given minimal energy so that the child is basically unplugged from the parent’s energy when they misbehave, and as soon as they correct themselves they are showered with compliments again. The NHA refocuses a parent’s perception of their children to look for their greatness and energize it, which has a roll-on effect on the whole family. Yael is spilling over with enthusiasm regarding this approach and brings helpful examples and animated discussions into her workshops.”

-Claudine Baker