Secrets: Judaism’s Whole and Holy

Approach to Intimacy

6-part video series with Torah sources and practical advice

offering intimacy counseling and sex therapy from a Jewish perspective.

The Secrets course is designed to help you deepen your relationship with your partner, as you gain tools to enhance your intimate life.

Watch a short promo video below.

Topics discussed in the course include:

  • Attitudes toward sexuality

  • Understanding and appreciating our physical bodies

  • Halachic approaches

  • Male and female pleasure

  • Creating a conscious marriage

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This course has been reviewed and endorsed by orthodox rabbis. If you have any questions about the course, please email Abby Weisz at

  • Grow closer and strengthen your Shalom Bayit

    Physical intimacy is one of the cornerstones of Shalom Bayit, and we will cover diverse topics that can have a positive effect on your marriage and your home.

  • In the privacy of your own home, on your own schedule

    The Secrets course can be watched at home and on your own time. So you can ensure privacy and go through the course around your personal schedule.

  • Consultation with Abby Weisz

    The course includes a 30-minute phone call or email consultation with Abby Weisz, LCSW, if you have questions or would like to discuss a specific issue.


“We got married two months ago and felt a little lost in the bedroom. The ‘Secrets’ video series offered us insight into a private topic in a tzanua and appropriate manner. Thank you, Abby!” – T. M.

“We have been married for 12 years and have not been able to achieve mutual pleasure. Thank you for providing us with the information needed to reach that milestone.” – Y. A.

“Since we got married we have had difficulty even talking about sexuality and intimacy. After 5 years of marriage and 3 kids, this video series gave us the knowledge and wherewithal to begin that conversation.” – B. G.