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Adult Ed Zoom Classes

Rabbi Julie lined up an impressive list of speakers who taught via Zoom during the pandemic. 


Breathing Through the Anxiety of Covid

3 p.m. Thursday, August 20
Zachary Poyo is a somatic psychotherapist therapist in Los Angeles specializing in the mind-body connection. A certified integrative body psychotherapy practitioner, he has a bachelor's degree in psychology and a masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He works for the Chabad Inpatient/Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility in addition to building his private psychotherapy practice.  

 

Faith Unravels
3 p.m. Wednesday, August 26

Rabbi Daniel Greyber is the rabbi of Beth El Synagogue in Durham, North Carolina.  He is the author of the book Faith Unravels. A Rabbi’s Struggle with Grief and God. 

 

 

Saving Lives, Saving Dignity
3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3

 

Alan G.Molk, M.D., was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and graduated from medical school there before emigrating in 1977 to the United States, where he completed his internship and residency.

A board-certified emergency medicine physician, he works at two Banner Emergency Departments in Phoenix and is an associate professor of emergency medicine at the University of Arizona. A passionate promoter of dignified end-of-life decisions, he is the co-wrote Saving Lives. Saving Dignity: A Unique End-of-Life Perspective From Two Emergency Physicians with Robert Shapiro, M.D. 

 

Living Among the Dead
3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30 

Mania Lichtenstein, Adena Astrowsky’s grandmother, witnessed the horrors of the Holcaust as a young girl, spending three years in a labor camp before she escaped and hid in the forests until the end of the war.In Living Among the Dead: My Grandmother's Holocaust Survival Story of Love and Strength, her granddaughter tells Mania’s memories, interwoven with poetry and and personal reflection. 

The author has dedicated her career to helping the most vulnerable of society by prosecuting child sex abuse and domestic violence cases in the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. Sue currently handles post-conviction cases on appeal and foreign extradition cases. 

 

Not Just a Survivor
3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8

Rochy Miller is the daughter of a Holocaust survivor – Lea Leibowitz. This memoir, her mother’s story, has been a lifetime in the making.

Rochy is a retired medical doctor, who, like her mother, holds a swathe of other qualifications, and dabbles a little in each. She has studied creative writing, and holds both Medical Journalism and Master of Journalism degrees. She has published numerous short stories and articles, as well as a series of Text Books in the field of Aesthetics Education.

Originally from South Africa, she now lives in Brisbane, Australia, with her husband – but spends much of her time traveling to Florida,  where her two young granddaughters live.

When not traveling, she can be found pursuing her other favorite creative pursuits: painting and toy-making, and – like her mother − baking up a storm in her kitchen. 

The book is available from Amazon and other booksellers. 

Einstein and the Rabbi 

Study Einstein & The Rabbi    with  Rabbi Julie

From April through September Rabbi Julie led a series of classes to discuss the Rabbi Naomi Levy's Einstein on and the Rabbi,

Despite the limitations of a Zoom class, the group became close during these sessions as they learned about each other and themselves. 

A new book class will begin after the High Holidays.

Mon, November 30 2020 14 Kislev 5781