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Touchpoints Sicha

Sunday, February 24, 2019 19 Adar I 5779

10:00 AM - 10:50 AMWilmette Community Recreation Center

Sukkat Shalom member and psychotherapist, Pamela Kraus, will lead a discussion on trauma and innovative healing methods, building on the ideas of Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, as shared in his book, The Body Keeps The Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma.

Please scroll down to RSVP.

Van der Kolk's website: The Body Keeps The Score

Amazon: Healing Trauma book and reviews 
(one reviewer said, "Please buy this book and start loving your life. Of all the non-fiction books I've read, this is by far the best one ever.")

Pamela will help spark our interest by providing a basic overview of the book and its key takeaways, whetting our appetites for learning about how traumatic memory is stored in the brain, and  touching on some newer interventions, in addition to traditional talk therapy, to help “re-wire” the brain

Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss and learn something new about our brains, our bodies, and recovering from the impact of trauma!

Followed at 11:00 am by Caffeine for the Brain in the center auditorium, featuring Holocaust professor, Dr. Peter Hayes.

For more information: 

RSVP: Beth Gomberg-Hirsch, bethgh@gmail.com; 847-251-8809

Lesley Peters, lesley.peters@gmail.com; 813-361-9271

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