Modern Loss is a place to share the unspeakably taboo, unbelievably hilarious, and unexpectedly beautiful terrain of navigating your life after a death. Modern Loss author and creator Rebecca Soffer sits in conversation with New York Times features reporter and CRS congregant Katherine Rosman. Sponsored by CRS program What Matters: Caring Conversations About End of Life.
CRS What Matters facilitators are here to guide you through the advance care planning process. Choose an agent who can speak for you if you are unable to speak for yourself, complete or update an advance directive, and get counsel on how to have “the conversation” with loved ones.
Join Rodeph Sholom congregant and clinical psychologist Dr. Reina Marin for a parents-only conversation about stress, anxiety and social media, and how parents can support their teens.
Chief Medical Officer of the Jed Foundation, Dr. Victor Schwartz, will lead a program on depression, anxiety and coping with mental health challenges. The Jed Foundation works to protect emotional health and prevent suicide among teens and young adults. On this evening there will be two separate sessions for teens and parents.
This drop-in class meets monthly and is for anyone who has been affected by a miscarriage. Co-facilitated by CRS parent and family educator Lisa Schiff, M.Ed. and an ob/gyn physician, we offer a chance to safely share your experiences and struggles.