Monday, July 25, 2016 Tammuz 19, 5776
Organization:
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am

Location

971 Old York Road
Abington, PA 19001
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Our synagogue is truly a “Beth Am” – a house of the people. We are a Reform congregation of more than 800 families in Abington, dedicated to creating a warm, inclusive, and stimulating Jewish community. Beth Am's members create deep connections and

Stress Less, Smile More,: A Practical Course for Parents

December 10, 2013 7:00 PM

In a supportive, easy-going setting, come fill your parenting gas tank and come away with new skills to un-stress yourself and your family. Topics include:

• Un-Stressing • Un-Worrying • Inner and Outer Smiling • Limit Setting and Boundary Making • Mindful Listening • Creative Problem Solving • Couples Rebooting  Together we will learn:

• New ways to handle the hectic and unpredictable days of family life.

• Mindfulness skills that lead to more positive interactions with your children.

• How to respond calmly and without reactivity.

• Self-awareness skills that remind you to slow down, think, and decide the course of action that will keep you and your child in positive connection and still teach

   independent thinking.

• To use Jewish rituals such as candle lighting and blessings and gratitude to create a sense of calm, peace, respect, acceptance and compassion for each member of

    the household.

This is an interactive class with relaxation techniques, lively role-play options and self-awareness exercises.

Part of Lincow Institute for Adult Jewish Study

Doris Ferleger, M.A., MFA, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist, a certified Non-dualistic Integrative Kabbalistic Healer, an award-winning poet and memoir essayist. The daughter of Holocaust survivors, Doris learned from a young age the value of healing through compassion, a sense of humor, creative writing, and other resilience skills. The 2009 poet laureate of Montgomery County, she is the author of “Big Silences in a Year of Rain” (Main Street Rag 2010), “When You Become Snow” (Finishing Line 2010), and “As the Moon Has Breath” (Main Street Rag 2013). Doris, a member of Beth Am, maintains a mindfulness-based psychotherapy practice in Wyncote.

For more information call 215-886-8000

More Events from Old York Road Temple-Beth Am

Sun. Oct 23
6:30 PM
Old York Road Temple – Beth Am invite all their Bar and Bat Mitzvah candidates and their families for 5777 to come forward as the Torah is unrolled.  Students will stand by their portion, and suppo
Mon. Oct 24
10:00 AM
Everyone is welcome to attend and early Yiskor service on Simchat Torah at 10:00 a.m.
Wed. Oct 26
7:00 PM
Enjoy an evening of mah jongg with the Sisterhood of Old York Road – Temple Beth Am at 7 p.m.,  For more information call 215-886-8000.
Thu. Oct 27
9:30 AM
Weekly one-hour class.
Fri. Oct 28
7:30 PM
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am welcomes Shabbat with a musical Shabbat service featuring the Beth Am Adult Choir  7:30 p.m. October Anniversaries will be honored.

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