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Coping with Uncertainty with TBE Online

  • Thursday, October 29
  • 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
  • Fee: Free
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  • Program Leader: Rabbi Beth Naditch

Coping with Uncertainty and Managing Expectations During Turbulent Times with Rabbi Beth Naditch

This program has a specific focus on the COVID pandemic and response to short- and long-term traumatic stress. The program will include didactic information, small group discussions, spiritual explorations and Judaic learning in an atmosphere of caring, community and respect. All are welcome.

Sponsored by Darchei Tikvah in conjunction with TBE’s Caring Community.

This event will take place through a video conference call. Pre-registration is required. Please click the registration button above to pre-register. Once you have registered, your unique access link will be emailed to you. If you’re new to Zoom, watch a tutorial or read written instructions on how to join a Zoom video call.

Learn more about Rabbi Beth Naditch
Rabbi Beth Naditch serves as an ACPE Certified Educator at Hebrew SeniorLife (Newbridge campus), teaching the art and skills of spiritual care to future clergy and others, including member of the TBE Lev Echad volunteers. A board-certified chaplain, her specialties are geriatric chaplaincy and trauma-informed care. Rabbi Naditch was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1999. Beth teaches widely in the Boston Jewish community and nationally in the spiritual care community, including a long running Women’s Torah study class at Mayyim Hayyim. She has been the beloved teacher of Women’s Voices, Women’s Wisdom since 2011, and teaches Torah and spiritual care in many Boston-area venues and institutions of higher learning.

She has served as adjunct faculty of the DeLeT/MAT program at the Mandel Center for Jewish Education at Brandeis University, Andover-Newton Theological Seminary, and Hebrew College. Beth is the co-author and editor of Halleli Nafshi, a siddur for elementary aged children and youth, which is now used in day schools around the country, including the Metrowest Jewish Day School.