Suicide affects so many of us in the Jewish community. Are you interested in understanding suicide loss as an important mental health issue? Have you or someone you know lost a friend or family member to suicide? Wednesday, March 2, 2022, 7:00- 8:15 p.m. on Zoom Learn how to raise your awareness and respond to the impact of suicide loss. Presenters: Marjorie Sokoll, M.Ed. social worker, and Rabbi Chaplain Suzanne Offit co-facilitators of the Suicide Loss Survivor Support Group at Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JF&CS) Suicide loss survivors sharing their personal stories; and Mary Curlew, LICSW, JF&CS clinician involved with suicide prevention efforts in Greater Boston. There will be time for Q&A after hearing from the presenters. Guests can submit questions in chat or on camera. Click here to r egister today! Marjorie U. Sokoll, M.Ed. is the founding director of the JF&CS Betty Ann Greenbaum Miller Center for Jewish Healing, which offers individuals and families support when facing the challenges of illness, loss, or isolation. Marjie has presented locally and nationally on Jewish healing, end-of-life, and bereavement. Rabbi Suzanne Offit, BCC (Board Certified Chaplain) brings many years of experience as a community rabbi and as a palliative care chaplain in the hospital setting. Rabbi Offit works closely with patients and families in times of crisis offering support, calm, hope and a safe space for reflection and transformation. Mary Curlew, LICSW , is Director of Mental Health and Aging at JF&CS. Mary has over 20 years’ experience providing mental health services and training in a variety of settings. Her specialties include trauma informed care, older adult behavioral health, caregiver support and holistic approaches to health care. She has advanced training in Eye Movement Desensitization Movement Reprocessing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and mindfulness. JF&CS is grateful for the support of Combined Jewish Philanthropies.