"THE INTERSECTION OF TORAH AND PSYCHOLOGY: HISTORY, LIFE AND THE SERVICE OF GOD"
Rabbi Dr. Alex Mondrow is a school psychologist at Yeshivat Noam Middle School in Paramus, NJ. He maintains a private practice in Teaneck, NJ and serves as a mental health advisor training rabbinical students at Yeshiva University's affiliated rabbinical seminary. He lives in Northern New Jersey with his wife and children and lectures and writes widely on topics related to Torah and psychology.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, March 9th
Mincha at 5:55pm
Catered Shabbat Dinner at 7:00pm by Lesley Zaretsky—The Exotic Kitchen
Cost: $20/person $15/child 12 and under $80/family maximum
1st Lecture (following dinner) 21st Century Lessons from Pre-War Poland - The Parallel, Painful and Inspirational Stories of Janusz Korczak and the Piacezner Rebbe
Saturday, March 10th
Shabbat Morning Shacharit 9am - Drasha 10:30am
2nd Lecture (following Kiddush) at 12:30 Prayer, Repentance and Parenting - Our Relationship with God, Our Children and Ourselves
Motzie Shabbat Melava Malka 8pm (Lobby)
3rd Lecture The Torah's View and the Psychological Impact of Loneliness - The reality of being alone is in many ways an epidemic.
Please make reservations by March 6th at 12 noon
Sponsor: This event is supported by The Albert Sussman Memorial Education Fund