Navigating Antisemitism Today: Guidance and Support for Parents of Young Children

Parent Class

In this session, we'll explore what it means to be a parent of young children as we navigate the atmosphere of antisemitism in today's world.  We will also discuss how to talk to young children about antisemitism and how to cultivate positive Jewish identity at this time.
Betsy Stone, Ph.D., tackles some of the most difficult issues facing families today: developing character, dealing with stress and anxiety, facing trauma and its aftermath. Her optimism, critical thinking and hopeful approach help people find ways to change and grow.  This webinar is for parents of children under 10 years old. 


users 5 - 150 learners per meeting
clock-o 60 min per meeting
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Dr. Betsy Stone
Betsy Stone, a retired psychologist, is an engaging speaker whose passion for wellness in the lives of families has brought her invitations to teach throughout North America and Europe. She leads groups for clergy, as they navigate the complexities of their personal and professional roles, as well as serving as a Scholar in Residence for Congregations and Clergy groups. Betsy has led webinars and seminars for congregations, Clergy, Hillels, Hebrew Union College and the Jewish Education Project. Her topics include • Trauma in our Bodies and Brains • Post-Traumatic Growth • Grief • Anxiety and Stress • Issues of Reopening • Anti-Semitism and Anxiety • Boundaries and Burnout • Character Strengths: Your Superpowers • Generational Impacts • And Many More Her book of essays, Refuah Shlema, is available on Amazon.
Amy Martin
Amy Martin
Amy Martin is the Senior Manager of Early Childhood Education and Family Engagement at The Jewish Education Project. Amy most recently served as the Family Engagement Director at Central Synagogue. Over the course of her career, Amy has experience as a teacher in day schools, early childhood, and congregational settings. Amy is passionate about supporting educators to be reflective practitioners and has served as a teacher mentor for day school, congregational school, and nursery school educators. She has participated as a Fellow in both the Mandel Teacher Educator Institute and M2: Institute of Experiential Jewish Education. Amy received her BA from Bryn Mawr College and her Masters in Jewish Education from Hebrew College and holds a Certificate of Advanced Studies from Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies.