December 18, 2020

Is it good psychologically for us to be alone?

by Rabbi Miriam Berger, Finchley Reform Synagogue I’ve been feeling rather sad and helpless. My grandma, who has been so stoic since losing her husband of […]
December 18, 2020

Why Jews Don’t Do Mental Health and Why they Should

by Rebbetzin Chana Hughes Chana Hughes works as a systemic and family therapist for the NHS as well as privately. She helps adults and young people […]
December 18, 2020

How to Read the Label 

by Rebbetzin Chana Hughes Chana Hughes works as a systemic and family therapist for the NHS as well as privately. She helps adults and young people […]
December 18, 2020

Mental Health on Campus during Covid

by Rabbi Mendy & Rebbetzin Brocha Lent – Chabad on Campus Nottingham, Est. 2008 1 in 3 students will experience some form of mental health crisis […]
December 18, 2020

Mental Health in the workplace

by Annette Henley, MBE, Jami Ambassador However much we try to pretend that work is just something we do to earn a living, for many of us […]
December 17, 2020

Building Emotional Language

by Rebbetzin Chana Hughes Chana Hughes works as a systemic and family therapist for the NHS as well as privately. She helps adults and young people […]
December 16, 2020

Mental Health Awareness Shabbat for the Virtual World

by Emma Dorman, Senior Education Coordinator, Jami As we continue to live alongside Covid-19, one could be forgiven for thinking that our physical health is of […]
December 15, 2020

A mind, body and soul self-care toolbox

by Rebbetzin Talya Rose, Mill Hill United Synagogue This year has been a challenging one, both individually and communally; we’ve experienced a global pandemic and faced […]
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