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The Upcoming Buzz

  • Monday, August 3rd 10-11am – Helping Your Teen Navigate Healthy Dating Relationships with Laura Ryzenman, LPC, M Ed., MA
    • For parents and caregivers of teens, or someone who works with teens
    • What you can expect: a discussion on comparisons of healthy and unhealthy relationships, how to recognize signs of unhealthy relationships/abusive behaviors, cycle of violence in an abusive relationship. and why a parent’s role is so important
    • Register here: Zoom Registration

Past Events

  • Monday, May 11th 10-11am – Getting Through Job Search Hurdles During Covid-19 with Malka Bendor
    • For job seekers, dislocated professionals, college graduates
    • What you can expect: what is “trending” in job search today and the tools needed for your toolbox
  • Monday, May 18th 10-10:45am – 6 Tips for Taking Care of You During the Covid-19 Crisis with Michele Bernstein, LISW
    • For anyone looking for self-care advice
    • What you can expect: tips for you and learn how Jewish Family Services can be a resource
  • Monday, June 1st 10-10:30am – Handling Your Cash During COVID-19 with Kyra Crook
    • For those interested learning ways to find financial security
    • What you can expect: information on budgeting, reviewing credit and “spring cleaning” your finances
  • Monday, June 8th 10-11am – Speaking to be Understood and Listening to Understand with Cassandra Stewart
    • For parents, direct service providers, community relationship managers
    • What you can expect: an interactive discussion on positive communication, danger signs, and practical steps to learn and practice healthy communication skills
  • Monday, June 15th 10-11am – Forced Migration, Displacement and Resettlement with Tariq Mohamed
    • For professionals in healthcare, social work, education, human services and individuals interested in community engagement and volunteerism
    • CEUs: This program is approved for 1 CEU by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board.  Board Approval Number: MSX01203648
    • What you can expect: definitions and clarity of what makes someone a refugee, knowledge on refugee policy in the United States and the social, cultural, and economic impact of refugees on our community and insight to an experience
  • Monday, June 22nd 11am-12pm – Meditation as a Tool to Manage Anxiety and Depression with Christie Kaufman, LISW-S
    • For individuals interested in learning the basics of several types of meditation, why meditation is helpful to both physical and mental health, and how to use this skill in managing anxiety and depression
    • What you can expect: a discussion of meditation benefits in managing anxiety and depression and provide instruction on effective relaxation and mediation techniques. Participants will be given space to practice these techniques and ask questions in order to enhance their practice. Attendees will be provided with a list of resources to explore meditation further on their own.

Follow up questions for our speakers? workshops@jfscolumbus.org

 

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