Join the new six-session course from the Jewish Learning Institute at Chabad of Downtown Boston chapter. The course is CME-accredited (up to 15 credits) in partnership with Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
“Worrier to Warrior” explores negative emotions in a completely new light, offering spiritual mechanisms that allow us to remain upbeat no matter what life brings. The course covers a wide range of topics, including addressing impostor syndrome, shame, frustration and feelings of inadequacy. The course also deals with unhealthy guilt, pain, anguish and anxiety. It directs individuals in finding happiness and fulfillment, and remodels their approach to love and relationships. Ultimately, participants discover how to unleash their inner positivity bias.
“Worrier to Warrior” offers a unique approach to fostering sustainable personal positivity, effectiveness and purpose. Grounded in contemporary psychology and informed by the psychological paradigm found in Jewish literature, “Worrier to Warrior” welcomes us on a path to achieving positive emotions which will prove as illuminating to the seasoned professional as to the concerned layperson.
Course instructor: Rabbi Yosef Zaklos, Chabad of Downtown Boston
Advisory board: Dr. Mindy Stimell-Rauch, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia University Medical Center, Dr. Dan Rauch, MD, professor of pediatrics at Tufts University and chief of pediatric hospital medicine
The course meets for six consecutive Tuesday evenings, beginning Nov. 12 to Dec. 17 from 7:30-9 p.m.
The first night will begin at 7 p.m. for an opening session with an artisan tea and cheese soiree.
For a full course overview and to register, click here.+ More... - Less...
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