Monthly Archives: October 2014

Article by Irit Felsen appears on Op-Ed page of The Times of Israel

An article written by Irit Felsen and entitled “Does Opera Make Hate Less Hateful?” has been published on the Op-Ed page of The Times of Israel.  The article discusses the controversial decision by the Metropolitan Opera to stage the opera … Continue reading

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Photos of Irit Felsen teaching at Yeshiva University

Recently the Yeshiva University photographer stopped by the “Couples and Family Therapy” class being taught by Irit Felsen at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology.

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“Wiesenthal”, a play about an extraordinary life

“Wiesenthal” at Theatre Row- the Acorn Theatre, between Nov 28 and Feb 22, 2015 is the riveting story of Simon Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor who lost 89 family members, tracked over 1,100 Nazi war criminals and brought them to justice, … Continue reading

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Video of Irit Felsen’s seminar to the Claims Conference available online

Family members caring for elderly Holocaust victims often face unique challenges without the benefit of being professionally trained to deal with survivors’ physical and emotional issues that directly result from the Shoah. To help, the Claims Conference is posting video … Continue reading

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Irit Felsen participating in UN workshop entitled “Integrating Physical and Mental Health to Promote Well-Being”, Oct. 2/2014

Irit Felsen is participating in a workshop at the United Nations entitled “Integrating Physical and Mental Health  to Promote Well-Being”, Oct. 2/2014. The workshop is organized by the United Nations’ NGO Committee on Mental Health, of which Irit Felsen is … Continue reading

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