Mental Health and Wellness Network
About this Network:
The Mental Health and Wellness Network convenes professionals focused on the mental health and wellness needs of Jewish youth on a regional or national level. The aim of the network is to learn more about each other’s work, build pathways for collaboration, and provide space for groupthink to problem solve challenges. We believe collaboration between organizations is critical to ensure that we collectively cover multiple avenues of support and eliminate redundancies in the mental health and wellness arena. A key feature of the network will be learning from real-life examples that each of us brings from our work. These case studies will allow all of us to learn and grow together around this topic and explore pathways for continued support and collaboration.
If you'd like to join this network and meet the profile listed below, please contact the instructor (button on the top right) and tell Rebecca a little about yourself.
This is for the professional representing the mental health/wellness work for their youth-serving organization OR an organization that is otherwise providing mental health and wellness resources for Jewish teens and/or youth professionals nationally.
About the Facilitator:
Rebecca Ruberg serves as a Teen Education and Engagement consultant and has previously held a number of positions focused on engaging teens and young adults in meaningful Jewish experiences. Prior to this role, she served as an Associate Program Officer for Legacy Heritage Fund and the Nachshon Project, the Area Director for the NY/CT region of Jewish Student Connection, and as a Field Worker for the Connecticut Valley Region of BBYO.
Mondays, 1:00pmSeptember 21, November 2, December 14, (2021) January 25, March 8, April 19, June 7
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