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Sunday, March 18 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
To Worry or Not to Worry? Jewish Parenting in a Complicated World

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Anxiety and Judaism: the two seem to go hand in hand.  Do Jewish parents worry more?  Is this a myth or stereotype?  Should we worry that anxiety levels in children have increased dramatically in the last few years? In today’s complicated world it is difficult for parents to navigate their child’s development.  Is it just a stage?  Is it normal, typical behavior, or a point of concern?  When is intervention necessary and when is it appropriate to let them work it out on their own? This interactive session will focus on ways to know if your child’s struggles are a sign of temporary distress or the beginnings of problems that will affect their overall mental health in the future.  Parents will walk away with an increased understanding of when to intervene and when to allow their child to overcome the hurdles of growing up in today’s stressful world.

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Nancy Timm

Nancy B. Timm, LCSW, BACS, received her MSW from Tulane University in 1981 and her LCSW in 1983. She became a Board Approved Clinical Supervisor in 1988.  She has almost 35 years of experience as a psychotherapist providing individual, couples, and group therapy  to adults, children... Read More →


Sunday March 18, 2018 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 209, JCC