In partnership with Uprooted: A Jewish Communal Response to Fertility Journeys, Mayyim Hayyim presents a training for professionals supporting members of the Jewish community on fertility journeys.
Based on Uprooted’s successful workshop series, “Holding Hannah’s Hand,” this training is specifically for clinicians, mental health professionals, clergy, lay leaders and mikveh guides. Participants will delve deeply into the topic of fertility struggles and gain valuable knowledge and skills from experts in the fields of mental health, pastoral counseling, reproductive health and mikveh, and come away with an understanding of the resources Mayyim Hayyim offers to support those on fertility journeys.
This multi-workshop training includes lunch and a light dinner.
Contact Lisa Berman, mikveh and education director, with questions.
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1838 Washington St
Newton, MA 02466
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