Mrs. Eydl Reznik is the director of The Right Track-B’Derech HaMelech, an international organization helping Jewish parents find proper medical, educational and holistic treatments for children with AD/HD, dyslexia, learning difficulties and behavioral challenges. She and her staff run intensive parent-training programs that quickly turn family dynamics into the positive, loving authority-based model that is rooted in Jewish tradition, and supported by modern psychological research.
She studied at Columbia University, The Jewish Teacher’s Institute and the Parson’s School of Design, in New York and in Paris, as well as apprenticed by well-known visual artists, singers and theater directors, both in English and in Yiddish. She has directed extensive arts programs, in multiple languages, for the past 30 years both in Israel and the US.
All of the information in her writings is based on Jewish law and tradition as well as modern medical research and is soon to be published in a book. Mrs. Reznik and her husband are originally from New York City, and have been raising their team of kids in Israel for over 20 years.
Mrs. Ilana Trachtman is a psychologist who works in private practice focusing on marital therapy and parental coaching. She is a popular, Torah educator and teaches both psychology and Torah-related subjects in several institutions in Israel, both in English and in Hebrew.
She grew up in Beverly Hills, studied at UCLA and received her Masters in Psychology at Long Island University. She runs a non-profit organization called Rodef Shalom, for the sake of making peace between estranged family members or friends.
Mrs. Trachtman and her husband have been living with their family in Tsfat, Israel for over 20 years. She has been working on the staff of The Right Track-B’Derech HaMelech since the year 2003.