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April 6, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Temple Emanuel and its B’Tselem Inclusion Committee welcome Hadassah Margolis, MSW, LICSW as our Shabbat speaker.
Mental health is often perceived as a character defect, as a sign of weakness, as a source of shame. What can we learn from our Jewish traditions and modern psychology to change this narrative in our own community? How does spirituality impact our mental health, as a community and as individuals?
Shabbat Sermon, 9:30 am
Maybe if we don’t talk about it, it will go away
What happens when we talk about it
A hands-on exploration of spirituality and mental health
Hadassah Margolis is a clinical social worker and the Lead Therapist at McLean’s Spirituality and Mental Health Department, where she has helped develop the hospital’s first-ever Spirituality and Treatment groups. Hadassah is also a staff clinician at the Brandeis Counseling Center. A graduate of Solomon Schechter and Maimonides, Hadassah, along with Kitty Dukakis, launched the Spirituality and Mental Health Discussion Series, which is supported by the Ruderman Synagogue Inclusion Project. Hadassah is a 2019 CJP Chai in the Hub honoree.