We all have stressors and difficulties that come up in our daily lives, but what are our reactions? How do we navigate life’s challenges without getting overwhelmed?
Cultivating Resilience: Essential Thinking Skills that build resilience in You and Your Children on Thursday, with The Wellness Institute’s director, Zalman Abraham.
Zalman Abraham is the author of a new science-based SEL curriculum that gives young people evidence-based resilience-building skills—interwoven with the timeless wisdom of relevant Jewish sources.
In this session, you’ll learn the core thinking skills that build resilience and mental well-being and can empower you and your children to thrive in the face of adversity.
Rabbi Zalman Abraham is a member of the leadership team of the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute, author of several JLI courses, and director of The Wellness Institute—a division of JLI dedicated to youth mental health. He is the editor-in-chief of Cultivating Resilience, a groundbreaking Jewish social-emotional learning curriculum designed to empower middle- and high-school students with essential life skills for emotional well-being. Zalman previously served as a writer and editor at Kehot Publication Society and as Editor-in-Chief at AskMoses.com. Zalman lives with his wife, Leah, and children in Brooklyn, New York.