Healing does not always mean curing. Healing a wounded soul and helping guide it through the challenges of terminal illness is a significant expression of caring. It is the implementation of Jewish values in the lives of real people at a time when they are most vulnerable. This is Jewish Hospice.
End-of-Life Issues for Holocaust Survivors
A presentation given in October 2008 at an international conference in Frankfurt for professionals working with Holocaust survivors.
By Judith Hassan, OBE
Those who attended the conference in Vienna in 2007 know how strongly I feel about helping survivors to maximise the time they have left in their lives … Continue Reading ››
Assessing Trauma, Abuse and Loss via Guided Imagery and Music
by Amy Clements-Cortés, Ph.D., MusM, MTA, Mt-BC, FAMI
Holocaust survivors often face many psychological and emotional issues such as fear, and intrusive thoughts and images as a result of the traumatic experiences they endured. Guided Imagery and Music is … Continue Reading ››