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Mental Health Awareness Shabbaton

Friday, March 9, 2018 • 22 Adar 5778

All Day for 2 Days

Mental Health Awareness Shabbaton

Shabbat Parah, March 9 - 10


Join us as our entire community comes together to learn about strengthening mental health and supporting those in our community who struggle with mental illness. Learn more about the full community schedule of events below.

ASBI is excited to host Rabbi David M. Rosenberg as part of this program. Join us for two opportunities to hear him speak.


Shabbat Morning Drasha
“Mental Health: We're in It Together”

Shabbat Afternoon Shiur, 4:35 PM

“Seeking the Good in Others and in Ourselves”

 

Rabbi David M. Rosenberg serves as Coordinator of Jewish Educational Services and Orthodox Community Liaison at Jewish Child & Family Services in Chicago. He directs the unique Yeshiva Program of the JCFS Therapeutic Day School and co-facilitates the Orthodox Network, comprised of social-service professionals who serve members of the Orthodox Jewish communities in Chicagoland. He is active in a number of JCFS projects, including Jewish Community Abuse Resources, Education and Solutions (JCARES).

 

David received his BA in Russian and East European Studies at Yale University, where he studied clarinet with the late Keith Wilson, and a master’s degree in Bible and rabbinical ordination from Yeshiva University. While a rabbinical student, he was a Graduate Fellow of the Wexner Foundation.

 

David has taught for the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning of the Board of Jewish Education for more than ten years. He is a member of the Rabbinical Council of America, the Chicago Rabbinical Council, the Chicago Board of Rabbis, and the Clergy Task Force of Jewish Women International. He enjoys playing Jazz and Klezmer together with friends.

 

David is married to Frances Locke Rosenberg, a certified nurse midwife. The Rosenbergs have four adult children and two grandchildren.

 

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