I’m Rebbetzin Bat-Chen Grossman
Ever since I can remember, I have been the Rebbetzin. [That’s the Yiddish word for Rabbi’s wife, It’s an honorary title of leadership]
Well, no one actually called me that at the time. We were just kids… and then teens. I was the one whom people came to for advice, and I was the one they turned to for help. All the people – big and small.
I have a gift from God. I’m intuitive, wise, grounded, and fun.
“It’s so easy to work with Rebbetzin Bat-Chen because she makes herself equal to you. Like she is on the same level, and you feel safe…”
I don’t try. It comes naturally to me. At first I felt guilty. I hid my gift for a long time, thinking it wasn’t modest to show off (especially as a kid and a young woman). The voices in my mind said, “who are YOU to say that?” I feared the reactions. What are people going to think? And I held back my advice, because they probably don’t want it…
You can learn about my journey on the video I published on YouTube. Three years ago I had a baby, worked from home as a graphic designer, and was being proactive about staying happy. I listened to a lot of podcasts and went out to the park to hang out with other women. I gave myself time to re-connect, which brought me right back to the core.
I think it came from moving a lot as a child. I had to learn to connect to new people quickly. Connecting became my superpower, and because I was the Rabbi’s daughter, it was always linked to God.
“After I sat with the Rebbetzin, I felt connected on so many levels! Connected to myself, to the people around me, to her… But mostly, connected to God on a deeper level!”
Connection is like electricity
When you are connected –
You feel it. You are grounded, stable, anchored. You feel that life is in flow, not to be confused with easy. Life is still life, but you feel safe and in good hands. You have confidence that things will work out. You are happy.
When you are NOT connected –
You really feel it. You feel overwhelmed, exhausted, as though you are drowning and helpless. You have no strength to deal with life’s rollercoaster and you can’t imagine a way out. You are suffering.
It’s NOT “all or nothing.”
People think that Tzaddikim are always connected and Reshayim are always not. It isn’t true. That’s what the Yetzer Hara wants us to think, so we believe that this connection is not attainable and then we don’t try.
When you connect, you are connected.
If you find yourself suddenly disconnected, you re-connect.
That’s the secret!
It’s moment to moment, which makes it clear that at any moment you can plug in.
“I’m a coach whose expertise is in helping others, but “the shoemaker’s children go onshod,” as they say. I couldn’t help myself and it was getting in my way. Then I booked the half-day intensive. In less than two hours Rebbetzin Bat-Chen helped me find the answers I had been looking for for three months.”
So, Can I help YOU?
If you know that –
- There is a G-d,
- He loves you,
- He wants the best for you,
- He knows what you can handle,
- He gives you all the tools you need.
- He has all the answers
And He has given you this test, and led you to be reading this page!
Because you just can’t deal alone! Something is stuck!
Get un-stuck in a practical way!
I’m not into superficial fixes or done-for-you one-size-fits-all solutions. I like getting personal, finding what works for you, and staying practical.
Life isn’t going to stop being life.
Life is going to have its ups and downs — and that’s what makes it life. So I always work smart, preparing for the next time we hit a slump. Like they say, those who fail to prepare, prepare to fail.
“As a clothing retailer, my business is full of uncertainties. I have to make costly decisions one year in advance. The risks were making me anxious. I was ashamed of my angry outbursts with my team. Working with Rebbetzin Bat-Chen Grossman helped me focus on what is in my control and release what isn’t. She helped me develop anchor thoughts that make me feel confident that I am doing my job in the best way.“
At this time, the only way to work with me is through my half-day intensive program.
Half Day Intensive — In Person or Online
The half-day intensive program is a one-on-one meeting focused on you and tailored to your needs. You get a whole four hours with me. We open up, laugh, cry, write, draw… Then we grow and flourish. You go from feeling stuck to knowing exactly what to do next.
“Two things happened:
I found a mentor and I found a friend.”