When the Shofar Sounded: Holocaust Survivors receiving JFS Rosh Hashanah Bags

By: Yaffa Podbilewicz-Schuller, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Holocaust Survivor Care Their eyes shone with expectation, knowing and remembering as they prepared to hear the sound of the Shofar. Some, who had not spoken much, found their lips moving expertly reciting the ingrained blessing, others retrieving them from the recesses of mind now dimmed by dementia. Tears

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“The Ups and Downs” of Job Search & How to Get Back on Track

Written by Mitch Jacobs, M.Ed., LPC Published on August 7, 2020 Being unemployed or furloughed brings uncertainty. For most people, during this pandemic, employment circumstances have been thrust upon them without warning. This also brings many questions: “When will it be safe to return to work?” “When will I obtain another job?” “Will I be

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