Tag | Trauma

Videorecordings Now Available for Both Cycles of 10-Part Webinar Series I Presented in 2020-2021 for Children of Holocaust Survivors and Their Families

Many of you might recall that I gave two cycles of a series of 10 webinars for children of Holocaust survivors and their family members during 2020-2021. The series included two different live rounds of lectures, each covering ten different topics. The webinar series was sponsored by NEXT GENERATIONS in partnership with the NOW for Holocaust Survivors Initiative at MorseLife… READ MORE>>

Access to the Oscar-Contending Short Film “Ganef” and to the Panel Discussion of the Film

On Tuesday November 16, we had an opportunity to watch the beautiful Oscar-contending short film, “Ganef”. After the screening of the film, I moderated a discussion with its producer, Suri Ellerton, and the screen writer, Mark Rosenblatt, both grandchildren of Holocaust survivors. The program was hosted by the Museum of Jewish Heritage, A Living Memorial to the Holocaust. I am… READ MORE>>

Book About Child Survivors in the Early Post-War Years is Now Available

Yesterday I received by mail the freshly printed copies of the book “Starting Anew: The Rehabilitation of Child Survivors of the Holocaust in the Early Postwar Years” published by Yad Vashem. As I had explained in a previous blog post, my chapter in the book, written together with my colleague Danny Brom,  is entitled “Adaptation to Trauma, Silence, and Social Support”,… READ MORE>>

NEW! Digital Toolkit to Educate Healthcare Providers About the Unique Challenges of Holocaust Survivors and Their Families

I am deeply invested in educating healthcare professionals about the need to treat Holocaust survivors, and survivors of other traumas, at end of life with special care. It is our responsibility, as a society and as healthcare professionals, to ensure that the victims of man’s inhumanity to man will be treated with the utmost sensitivity and empathy in the last… READ MORE>>

Reminder: COVID, Trauma and Building Resilience a Year Later (presentation on March 11)

On March 11, I will be speaking to the professional community of The East Side Council of the Aging (ESCOTA), a voluntary not-for-profit interagency interdisciplinary organization for professionals in the field of aging. ESCOTA brings together skilled practitioners from the public and private sectors. Among them are representatives of community, health, religious, and social service organizations, as well as other… READ MORE>>

COVID, Trauma and Building Resilience a Year Later

Presentation Date: 03/11/21
Location: Zoom

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On March 11, I will be speaking to the professional community of The East Side Council of the Aging (ESCOTA), a voluntary not-for-profit interagency interdisciplinary organization for professionals in the… READ MORE>>

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