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Judaism and Healing

Judaism and Healing

In This lecture Mrs Brodesky  discusses Judaism, its principles, history and culture, and its impact on psychological healing. It will focus on some key concepts of the Jewish teachings that are relevant to psychological practice. Traditional story telling is one cultural method of healing that will be touched on.  This lecture also closely considers two clinical case studies in order to further apply these concepts to the therapeutic context.

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed

Financial Support/Funding: None disclosed
Recorded at  Audio Visual Archives,  Suite 13/1a Berry Rd, St Leonards, 2065
21 November 2007, New South Wales, Australia.

Conference: Demo
Areas of Interest / Categories: Religion and Spirituality

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