What a year it’s been. Even as we experienced loss and change,  we discovered new values, new activities. As attention turns to reconnecting in person we will face  new challenges — deciding how and when to eat in a restaurant, hug our friends, or return to camp. How do we help our teens re- enter their lives with intention and purpose? How are they changed? What are new expectations we must respond to in our program offerings and format?

Join Dr. Betsy Stone to think through our responses to grief, change, and reentry. This 2-session series is geared to professionals who work with teens in camps, synagogues, youth groups, and other youth-serving organizations. The May workshop will focus on camps, retreats and summer programs, and the August workshop will be geared towards programs on a school calendar. We invite you to register for one or both workshops.

This workshop series is offered free of charge as a gift from the Jewish Community Federation, JBridge, The Camp Collective and Jewish LearningWorks.

Wednesday, May 12 and Wednesday, August 11
10:30 am- 11:30 am Pacific/ 1:30 pm-2:30 pm Eastern

Questions about this event? Email deb@jewishlearning.works

Dr. Betsy Stone received her Doctorate in Psychology from Yale University. She is a retired psychologist who serves as an adjunct lecturer at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Her classes include Human Development for Educators, Adolescent Development, and Teens In and Out of Crisis. She teaches and consults with Jewish professionals across the country.