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Statement from Irit Felsen about “From Memory to History, Faces and Voices of the Holocaust” exhibition

Monday last week marked the opening of the exhibition entitled “From Memory to History, Faces and Voices of the Holocaust”, which will remain at the  Gaelen Gallery in Whippany,  West 901 Route 10, until April 30.This is the 10th year’s anniversary of this important exhibition organized by the NJ Holocaust Council of Metrowest. The exhibition brings individual faces and private… READ MORE>>

Irit Felsen presenting at Yeshiva of Flatbush, Joel Braverman High School, Feb. 25/2015

On Wednesday, February 25, 2015 Irit Felsen will be at the Yeshivah of Flatbush, Joel Braverman High School located in Brooklyn, NY. The High School is organizing a special program called “Book Day”, a full day symposium for 11th and 12th grade students. Irit will be giving an educational session for the students about the inter-generational relationship between survivors and… READ MORE>>

NGO Committee on Mental Health in Consultative Relationship to the United Nations

As a member of the NGO Committee on Mental Health in Consultative Relationship to the UN, Dr. Irit Felsen would like to make mental health professionals and others who are interested in the promotion of issues related to mental health aware of the meetings of the NGO Committee on Mental Health . Meetings, which are open to all interested individuals, take… READ MORE>>

Article by Irit Felsen published in The Times of Israel, Feb. 17/2015

An article written by Irit Felsen, and entitled “Justice and Tolerance: An Irish Catholic playing Wiesenthal”, has been published in the The Times of Israel on February 17, 2015. The article discusses Irit’s thoughts after having attended a performance of Tom Dugan’s one-man play “Wiesenthal”. The full article (an image of the beginning of which is seen below) can be… READ MORE>>

Bibliography for Irit Felsen’s presentation at OHEL on Feb. 11/2015

On Wednesday February 11, 2015,  Dr. Irit Felsen, Ph.D. gave a three-hour workshop at the Mel and Phyllis Zachter Ohel Institute for training, in Brooklyn NY. Irit Felsen’s presentation, focusing on adult trauma and its impact on marital and spousal functioning in the family was followed by a presentation by Dr. David Pelcovitz,Ph.D. about the impact of trauma experienced in… READ MORE>>

Irit Felsen’s reflections after seeing Tom Dugan’s one-man play “Wiesenthal”

I just returned with my family from a memorable evening at the play “Wiesenthal”, written and acted by Tom Dugan. It was one of these rare occasions when you feel that you are truly the better, as a person, for having had the opportunity to have had a certain life experience. That if you had not seen it, you would… READ MORE>>

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