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Practical Solutions to 
Tech
and Kids

Michal Klerer, M.U.S.T. Co-Founder

June 1st, 2021

Michal Klerer, M.U.S.T. Co-Founder, presents an overview of the M.U.S.T. program at the Kickoff Event for M.U.S.T. Crown Heights.
Mothers Unite to Stall Technology 

On Mindfulness and Anxiety

Rabbi Dr. Saul Haimoff, PsyD

June 11th, 2019

A brief overview and demonstration on basic mindfulness techniques which can be used to reduce anxiety in the moment.

Working Through Anxiety – Treatment Approaches and Family Support

Dr. Norman Blumenthal, PhD

June 11th, 2019

Dr. Norman Blumenthal, PHD, the Zachter Family Chair in Trauma and Crisis Counseling at OHEL, and Director of the OHEL Miriam Center for Trauma, Bereavement and Crisis Response, speaks about treatment approaches, and how family and friends can help. Dr. Blumenthal shares a comprehensive overview of OHELs work in anxiety amongst children and adults.

Get To Know Your Anxiety – Exposure Therapy

Dr. David Rosmarin, PhD, ABPP

“Dear Anxiety, Let’s Break Up” – June 11th, 2019

Dr. David Rosmarin, PhD, ABPP, Founder and Director of Center For Anxiety speaks about the intense rise of anxiety throughout America. In this talk he offers practical insight into the nature of anxiety and how to overcome it, highlighting the effectiveness of exposure therapy, i.e. playing out scenarios of our fears, thus realizing that it is in our capacity to overcome most, if not all, challenges that life throws at us.

A Story of OCD and “Unnecessary Courage”

Mendel Gurvitz

“Dear Anxiety, Let’s Break Up” – June 11th, 2019

Watch Mendel tell his story for the very first time about living with debilitating OCD, “the unnecessary courage” it took for him to confront his illness and the profound lessons he learned. A courageous and stigma-shattering talk!

Building Resilient Families

Rabbi Shimon Russell, LCSW

January 27th, 2019

Rabbi Russel discusses how to attain a harmonious atmosphere at home to foster a sense of belonging in children and boost their resilience. Studies show that a safe home environment can often counteract outside influences, preventing the descent of children into addictions and harmful behaviors.
Russell, LCSW, hailing from Israel with decades of experience working with teens and their families, will be sharing from his personal and professional experience how one can make small changes in the family life with outsized results.
This talk is geared for parents and parents to be of all ages. It is never too early or too late to strengthen a family’s foundation.

Tools for Teachers – Teenaged Yeshiva Bochurim

Dr. Dovid Schwartz, Psy.D.

December 11, 2018

Part 1 of an 8-week course with Dr. Dovid Schwartz, Psy.D. for teachers and staff at yeshivas working with teenaged bochurim. The course is intended to cover a wide range of topics and will be in a discussion style setting with the actual teachers from yeshivas.

Positive Ideas for Difficult Times

with Rabbi Shimon Russell LCSW

October 30, 2018

Rethink Parenting & Spare the Pain. How to foster resilience in your growing children as well as the key to repairing damaged relationships. An inspirational talk by Rabbi Shimon Russell, LCSW. This talk is relevant and empowering to parents of children of all ages.

Tools for Teachers - Preschool Aged Students

A workshop for preschool teachers presented by Chana Kaiman, LCSW. This workshop explores the profound impact a teacher can have during early childhood development. Mrs. Kaiman also gives practical tips and exercises that she employs in her own private practice which can facilitate better learning and development for children. This video is helpful for teachers as well as parents with young children.

Tools for Teachers - High School Aged Students

A Tools for Life Teacher Workshop by neshamos.org. Mrs. Lisa Rosenblatt LCSW and Mrs. Miriam Raskin talking about scenarios relating to emotional health that may surface among students at school, how to recognize them and possible solutions and resources.

Teachers Mental Health Seminar

Dr. Akiva Perlman, Psy.D.

July 25th, 2018

A talk delivered by Dr. Akiva Perlman, Psy.D, Professor of Addiction Studies at Long Island University, at the Mental Health Seminar for teachers in Brooklyn, NY, on 13 Menachem-Av 5778, July 25th 2018. The seminar was a project of Neshamos.org

Teachers Mental Health Seminar

Rabbi Levi Rosen, LCSW

July 25th, 2018

A talk given by Rabbi Levi Rosen, LCSW, at the Mental Health Seminar for teachers in Brooklyn, NY, on 13 Menachem-Av 5778, July 25th 2018. The seminar was a project of Neshamos.org

An Evening Of Awareness Part II

Mental and Emotional Wellness Panel

Four panelists answering the mental health questions you’ve asked.
Join two mental health professionals, a Rabbi, and an addict-in-recovery as they answer a broad range of questions on topics relating to mental health, addiction, abuse, and parenting.

Thank G-d, I’m Still Here – An Evening of Awareness

May 26, 2018

 

Four personal accounts of living with emotional or mental illness and the journey to light and hope.

Dear Anxiety, Let’s Break Up
June 11th 2019
A 4 Part Message from Dr. Eli Rosen, MD
Building Resilient Families
Rabbi Shimon Russell, LCSW
Tools for Teachers – Teenaged Yeshiva Bochurim
Dr. Dovid Schwartz
Rethink Parenting & Spare the Pain
Rabbi Shimon Russell, LCSW
Tools for Teachers – Preschool Aged Students
Chana Kaiman, LCSW
Tools for Teachers – High School Aged Students
Lisa Rosenblatt, LCSW
Teachers Mental Health Seminar
Dr. Akiva Perlman, Psy.D.
Teachers Mental Health Seminar
Levi Rosen, LCSW
An Evening Of Awareness Part II
Mental and Emotional Wellness Panel
“Thank G-d, I’m Still Here”
An Evening of Awareness