Monthly Archives: June 2017

Suggested Reading List for the June 22 Lecture “Trauma Informed Care of Holocaust Survivors and Other Elderly Trauma Survivors: Dehumanization and Empathy” at the Museum for Jewish Heritage in NYC

On Thursday June 22, I presented a lecture in New York for community professionals and healthcare providers of the MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care. For those who requested relevant readings to complement the lecture, my suggested Reading List is available … Continue reading

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Presentation at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, July 4-5, 2017

At a workshop being held July 4-5 at Yad Vashem (http://www.yadvashem.org/) in Jerusalem, I will present a talk, together with Danny Brom, Ph.D., entitled “Child Survivors Communicating About Their Holocaust Experiences: The Early Post-War Years”. The event, made possible with … Continue reading

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REMINDER: TODAY: Lecture on Thurs. June 22: “Understanding the Impact of Early Trauma: Aging Holocaust Survivors Facing the End of Life”

On Thursday June 22, I will be giving a lecture in New York for community professionals and healthcare providers of the MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care, who will participate in a unique program that will educate them about the impact … Continue reading

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Lecture on Thurs. June 22: “Understanding the Impact of Early Trauma: Aging Holocaust Survivors Facing the End of Life”

On Thursday June 22, I will be giving a lecture in New York for community professionals and healthcare providers of the MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care, who will participate in a unique program that will educate them about the impact … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Most Ancient Human Culture on Earth

     I have recently returned from Australia, a vast and beautiful continent, with its enormous Great Barrier coral reef, its rain forests, and its famous arid Outback. Australians pride themselves on flying a single flag, being a single country, from … Continue reading

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REMINDER: TODAY: I Will Be Presenting A Workshop Entitled “Addressing Intimacy and Sexuality in Couple Therapy”, June 15/2017 in Brooklyn

On June 15, I will presenting a full-day workshop entitled “Addressing Intimacy and Sexuality in Couple Therapy: Expanding our Approaches for Reconnecting & Revitalizing Relationships“ The workshop is sponsored by the OHEL Institute for Training, and will be held at … Continue reading

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A Survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting Shares His Pain: What Does It Mean To Be A Survivor?

Today, June 12th, marks the one year anniversary of the horrific shooting in the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Brandon J. Wolf survived the Pulse attack. He was even lucky enough to survive it without any physical injury. Yet Brandon … Continue reading

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