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Faith and Mental Health: How Are We Coping?



COVID-19 has challenged us to our core.
Fear. Loneliness. Helplessness.

These are just a few of the mental health challenges that we face daily. Community faith leaders are being called upon to help those in need as never before.

Join us to hear how leaders from different faith based communities, in the U.S. and in Israel are meeting these challenges in these trying times.

Some of the questions we will explore are:
What is the role of self-care within your faith and why is it important?
What role does a community faith based leader assume to support the mental health of their community? How do they help cope?
How do faith based leaders address these community-wide challenges we are facing?
How can government and faith based community leaders cooperate to help the community?

Streamed live from Israel and the United States, the program will feature:

Zen Buddhist Priest Daiki Barlow

Cantor Beth Schafer
Temple Sinai

Reverend Dr. Dominique Robinson
Dean of Chapel and Assistant Professor
Wiley College

Tal Bergman Levy M.D.
Head of Mental Health Division
Ministry of Health, Israel

Opening Greetings:
Consul General Anat Sultan-Dadon
Consulate General of Israel in Atlanta

Moderator:
Rabbi Eric Greenberg
Director of Multifaith Cooperation
America-Israel Friendship League

Host:
Wayne L. Firestone
Executive Director
America-Israel Friendship League

Please share with your friends and family and register on Zoom or watch live on AIFL's Facebook page.

Wednesday

Oct 28,2020


12:00 pm -- 1:00 pm EST



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