Monthly Archives: January 2011

In Memory of Debbie Friedman

The following article written by Mayyim Hayyim Executive Director Aliza Kline was published last week in the Jewish Advocate. In Memory of Debbie Friedman, zichrona l’vracha, (may her memory be for a blessing.) By Aliza Kline January 11, 2011 Ever … Continue reading

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Coping with Grief during the Holidays and other Special and Sacred Occasions

Marjorie U. Sokoll, MEd, Director of Jewish Life and Healing at Jewish Family & Children’s Service, is the founder and director of JF&CS Jewish Healing Connections which helps ensure that people feel a sense of connection when facing the challenges … Continue reading

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Touched

Lisa Port White gives massage and Reiki treatments to people in hospice. She is an active volunteer at Congregation Dorshei Tzedek and at Mayyim Hayyim as a mikveh guide. To learn more about her, visit her blog at  http://www.lisaportwhite.com. I … Continue reading

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