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Reminder: TOMORROW (Now open to the public): Live Webinar on “Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Holocaust Survivors Facing the End of Life: Examining the Past to Improve Present Care”

I am pleased to report that tomorrow’s webinar (see below) has been opened to the public, rather than just mental health professionals. Indeed, over 570 people have already registered, which is great!  If you would like to register to attend, you can find instructions by clicking on the image below. Irit ————————————————————————————————————— My friend’s 90 plus year old mother was… READ MORE>>

Live Webinar on “Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Holocaust Survivors Facing the End of Life: Examining the Past to Improve Present Care”

Presentation Date: 09/09/20
Location: Zoom

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My friend’s 90 plus year old mother was receiving hospice care in one of the only facilities in Jerusalem offering inpatient care of this kind. I went there with her,… READ MORE>>

Educating Healthcare Professionals About the Impact of Trauma on Survivors Facing the End of Life

Presentation Date: 06/19/19
Location: Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, 36 Battery Place, NY, NY 10280

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On Wednesday, June 19 I will be presenting an educational program entitled “Understanding the impact of trauma on Holocaust Survivors Facing the End of Life: Examining the Past to Improve… READ MORE>>

Webinar Series Highlighted on Yeshiva University Faculty News

My webinar series “Grief and Renewal After the Loss of a Holocaust Survivor” with the MJHS was covered today in an article in Yeshiva University Faculty News. Irit Felsen

Guidebook for clinicians treating aging Holocaust Survivors released, based on keynote lecture by Irit Felsen

“Caring for Holocaust Survivors with Sensitivity at End of Life: A Guidebook for Clinicians” is available online free at http://hospicenyc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/2013-Holocaust-Booklet_FNL_1.pdf . You can also download a copy from this link. The booklet, developed with funding from MJHS Foundation and Targum Shlishi, is largely based on a keynote lecture by Irit Felsen, Ph.D. Her lecture was part of an MJHS-sponsored educational… READ MORE>>

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