Lawyers and Therapists

The commandment, Do not stand aside while your fellow’s blood is being shed (Vayikra 19:16), presents a major dilemma for the professional whose effectiveness, reputation and livelihood rest on the confidence placed in him by his clientele. Often, a client will reveal to his lawyer or therapist information that is being withheld from someone unjustly.

Whenever possible, a therapist must convince his client that he has a moral obligation to divulge such information to the proper party. Where appropriate, the client should be made to understand that despite the consequences, he will experience a sense of relief after having revealed the information. Moreover, by being honest and open in his personal life, one is able to develop a more positive self-image.

Should the client persist in his refusal to divulge such information to the proper party, the lawyer or therapist may be faced with the painful choice of either allowing a destructive relationship to materialize, or possibly jeopardizing his livelihood and reputation. Consultation with a competent halachic authority is a must in such situations. This would also apply to a physician who is aware that his chronically ill patient is seeking to marry. When bringing such matters before a halachic authority, one should not mention the names of the parties involved unless absolutely necessary.

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Rates & Descriptions

Single Occupancy: $1,190 per adult. – King size accommodation for one adult. If you have children in the room, the appropriate child’s rate (see below) will be added. Please see the notes below for information about cribs and cots.

Double Occupancy: $890 per adult. Please specify whether you prefer 1 king bed or two full beds. If you have children in the room, the appropriate child’s rate (see below) will be added. Please see the notes below for information about cribs and cots.

Triple Occupancy: $805 per adult. Two full size accommodations for a minimum of three adults. If you have children in the room, the appropriate child’s rate (see below) will be added. Please see the notes below for information about cribs and cots. Note: The room does not include 3 beds, but rather either a king bed with a pull out couch, or 2 double beds with the possibility of 1 cot for an additional $50.

Quadruple Occupancy: $700 per adult. Two full size accommodations for up to four adults. Note: The room does not include 4 beds, but rather either a king bed with a pull out couch, or 2 double beds with the possibility of 1 cot for an additional $50.

Children Only Room: $400 per room. The advertised cost per child are for children sharing a room with adults. Should you require an additional room for only children (0-11 years old), there will be a $400 room fee in addition to the children’s rates.

Upgraded Accommodations If you are interested in suite accommodation, please contact us for availability and pricing.

Child Rates

0 – 24 months $290 per child – includes childcare/daycamp program, does not include food or a seat during meals.
2 – 5 years old $406 per child – includes childcare/daycamp program.
6 – 11 years old $476 per child – includes childcare/daycamp program.
  • The advertised cost per child are for children sharing a room with adults. Should you require an additional room for only children (0-11 years old), there will be a $400 room fee in addition to the children’s rates.
  • All children need to be registered through the registration page regardless of age. The price of babysitting is included in the child’s registration. If any child was not registered you will be charged at the time of check-in.
  • Absolutely no children under the age of 5 will be allowed into any of the adult sessions so as not to disturb any of the attendees.