Monthly Archives: October 2017

Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed Care: Workshop in Atlanta, GA, November 6-7, 2017

On November 6th  and 7th I will be presenting a workshop at the Jewish Family and Children Services in Atlanta, GA. The training will take place at the JF & CS offices on 4549 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338. … Continue reading

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Panel on Nov. 9: “70 Years after the Nuremberg Code: What Have We Learned?”

On November 9, 2017, I will participate in a panel discussion regarding the relevance of lessons learned from bioethics and the Holocaust, for modern scientific theory, medical practice, healthcare policy and human rights endeavors throughout the world. This program is … Continue reading

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Summaries of Lecture Series for Children of Holocaust Survivors: “Our Parents, Ourselves, Our Changing Lives”

The document available at this link holds a collection of summaries of a lecture series entitled “Our Parents, Ourselves, Our Changing Lives” for children of Holocaust survivors. The ten meetings took place monthly in Boro Park, Brooklyn, between May 2016 … Continue reading

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Presentation for the Speakers Bureau at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC on Oct. 19

For several years now I have had the pleasure and the honor of meeting annually with the people who volunteer their time and energy to speak to students in schools, as well as to other audiences in the museum and … Continue reading

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Video of My Lecture “Child and Adolescent Holocaust Survivors” Available on Youtube

On July 21, I gave a lecture to teachers in New York, as part of a program offered by the Museum of Jewish Heritage about the impact of the Holocaust and its aftermath on survivors and their descendants, and what … Continue reading

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Las Vegas Tragedy: The Hidden Trauma

The mass shooting that left over fifty people dead and hundreds of others injured will leave many more direct and indirect victims. Brian Calypool survived the attack in Las Vegas. He appears to have not been physically injured. Yet the … Continue reading

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