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Wed, Jul 17

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Virtual

Navigating Jewish Trauma and Resiliency

As part of our growing partnership with Kesher Shalom Projects, join us for a training workshop on grasping the critical importance of the intersection of mental health and antisemitism. Featuring Trauma Specialist Malka Shaw, LCSW

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Navigating Jewish Trauma and Resiliency
Navigating Jewish Trauma and Resiliency

Time & Location

Jul 17, 2024, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDT

Virtual

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About the event

As part of our growing partnership with Kesher Shalom Projects, join us for a training workshop on grasping the critical importance of the intersection of mental health and antisemitism.   Understand how trauma and macro gaslighting impact individuals and Jewish communities, featuring Trauma Specialist Malka Shaw, LCSW.

Topics to be covered include:

  • What is Jewish Trauma?
  • The Importance of Teaching Jewish Cultural Competency
  • Antisemitism- Impacts and Clinical Implications for Patients
  • Basic assessment of what to look for in patients, and when to make a mental health referral
  • What is Resilience? And the importance of learning emotional first aid for non-mental health professionals
  • Q&A and Discussion

This webinar  may serve as models to be incorporated into your hospitals and other medical institutions to ensure that all healthcare spaces that are safe and comfortable for all Jewish providers and patients.

For AJMA members only.

This program may be eligible for CME credits, stay tuned for more information.

Zoom link will be sent to registrants. 

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