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Sunday, February 22 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Can Meditation, Mindfulness, and Judaism Coexist?

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Providing practical approaches to the challenges of daily life, Mindfulness (from the Eastern traditions) and Judaism both date back thousands of years and offer surprisingly contemporary answers to our modern needs. Together we will explore universal principles like those taught by Rabbi Laibl Wolf, as well as others drawn from Eastern practices. In addition to experiencing mindfulness and awareness exercises to bring peace and tranquility in our lives, we will learn how prayer, rituals, and observances are also contemplative practices. 

Presenters
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Sandra Coiffman

Clinical Director, Mind Spectrum Institute
Dr. Sandra Coiffman is a licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in Florida, Director of Clinical Services at the Mind Spectrum Institute and Adjunct Faculty at the Center for Psychological Studies at Nova Southeastern University. She has worked for the past 25 years with adults, children and families in public and private schools, court programs, private practice, and community agencies. Her approach is comprehensive, integrative and eclectic... Read More →
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Elizabeth Laduzinski

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Mind Spectrum Institute
Elizabeth Laduzinski specializes in working with families in transition and immigrant populations in Buenos Aires and Miami. Her post-graduate training includes the fields of Marriage and Family Therapy and Cognitive Therapy. As a consultant for the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education in Miami (CAJE), she coordinated a three-year program that helped recently- arrived immigrants integrate into Miami-Dade Jewish Day Schools... Read More →


Sunday February 22, 2015 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 115