Trauma, the Jewish Experience, and Lessons for Post-Covid Mental Health

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Trauma, the Jewish Experience, and Lessons for Post-Covid Mental Health

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March 8 @ 5:00 pm EST

The Jewish experience includes a history of dislocation, trauma, and resilience.

Trauma, the Jewish Experience, and Lessons for Post-Covid Mental Health
Northeastern University

World-renowned experts in the fields of trauma, epigenetics, and mental health will discuss the implications of the research and clinical work they have done with Holocaust survivors, Israeli soldiers, and their families. What lessons can we learn as we recover from a global pandemic, and confront systemic racism and assaults on our democratic institutions?

Speakers:

   RACHEL YEHUDA

Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine; director of the Traumatic Stress Studies Division and the Center for Psychedelic Psychotherapy and Trauma Research

   DANNY BROM

Clinical Psychologist and founding director of the Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma of Herzog Hospital in Jerusalem

   EVA FOGELMAN

Psychologist, writer, filmmaker and a pioneer in the treatment of psychological effects of the Holocaust on survivors and their descendants

Reservations and Details:
https://cssh.northeastern.edu/jewishstudies/trauma-the-jewish-experience-and-lessons-for-post-covid-mental-health/

For any questions contact d.levisohn@northeastern.edu

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Venue

Northeastern University
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Organizer

Jewish Studies Program and the Northeastern Humanities Center
Email:
d.levisohn@northeastern.edu
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