Online support group where college faculty and staff can discuss feelings and impacts from the war in Israel and rising antisemitism.
In light of recent events in Israel and Gaza and the reverberations across U.S. college and university campuses, Jewish Family & Children's Service is providing mental health support for our college and university communities in Greater Boston.
As clinical experts, we recognize the toll that these events are taking on our faculty and staff and are creating a safe online space to seek support, process personal experience, and share individual emotions.
We will be running one of these support group sessions on December 13 at 7 p.m. for college faculty and staff. The group is free, requires pre-registration, and will include ASL interpretation.
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JF&CS offers deep expertise in mental health and trauma-informed care, and a cultural sensitivity to the needs of the Jewish community. We provide a wide variety of individual and group supports to foster mental health and emotional wellbeing.
If you or people in your life are grappling with sadness, anxiety, and grief, please know that you can reach out to JF&CS Mental Health Connect by calling 781-693-5562 or by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer free and confidential advice, referrals to therapists (including Hebrew-speaking), support groups, and other resources for addressing mental health concerns.