This webinar on living with serious mental illness, and ways we can support those in our families and our communities who are dealing with mental illness, was led by Dr. Mark Salzer, Professor and Chair of the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at Temple University, and Director of the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities, as part of the URJ-Ruderman Mental Health Learning Opportunity series.
Ways of advancing understanding while creating spiritual and social support within congregations for those living with mental illness.
Including Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities
Finding Success Through Support
This study session discusses the importance of mood disorder support groups, and the impact they can have on individuals living with mental illness, and their friends and family members.
Challenging the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness
This webinar on how one congregation uses support groups to challenge the stigma and increase awareness surrounding Mental Illness, from Diana MaKieve of Temple Isaiah, is part of the URJ-Ruderman Mental Health Learning Opportunity series.
Addressing Our Teens' Mental Health Needs
This webinar on addressing the Mental Health needs of the teens in our congregations from Rabbi Edythe Mencher of the Union for Reform Judaism, is part of the URJ-Ruderman Mental Health Learning Opportunity series.
Judaism, Older Adults, Mental Health and Your Congregation
This webinar on Mental Health and older adults in our congregations, from Rabbi Richard Address of Jewish Sacred Aging, is part of the URJ-Ruderman Mental Health Learning Opportunity series.
Spiritual Care to Those Who Live with Mental Illness: Ways to Build a Caring Community
This study session focuses on building a caring community that provides spiritual care to those who live with mental illness.