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Sunday, March 19 • 14:00 - 14:45
Employing Spirituality and Jewish Values for Mental Health

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This seminar aims to examine the role that Judaism can play in the pursuit of mental wellness. Issues of Mental Health affect nearly one in four Canadians, making the concern both pressing and personal for all of us. This session will provide a brief overview of a selection of mental health concerns with an emphasis on anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Together, we will examine how Jewish values target mental wellness, and explore the connection between mental health and spirituality. Through enhanced understanding and greater appreciation of the struggle that individuals are battling with every day, we can access the tools of empathy, acceptance, and action; propelling us forward in helping to reduce the stigma around mental health and increase support for those struggling, both inside and outside of the Jewish community.

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Tali Aziza Robinson

Tali Aziza Robinson is a Social Worker and Holistic Nutritionist with the designation of Certified Nutritional Practitioner. After earning her undergraduate degree in Psychology in Israel, Tali moved back to Canada to become a Holistic Nutritionist with the goal of eventually working in the field of eating disorders. Tali went on to earn her Master's degree at Wurzweiler School of Social Work out of Yeshiva University. Today, Tali works at... Read More →


Sunday March 19, 2017 14:00 - 14:45
S3 27th Floor

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