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Sunday, September 11 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
PANEL: Challenging the stereotypes around mental illness and wellness

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All the statistics reveal that Australians, and the entire global community, have suffered record levels of anxiety and depression over the last couple of years.  Mental health professionals are closing their books to new patients as the demand soars. How can we understand what is happening in society and what can we do to support our own mental health and that of our loved ones and our community more generally? A panel of experts, with decades of experience in the field, will provide insights and ideas through discussion with each other and all Limmud participants.

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Amanda Gordon

Amanda has been a practicing Clinical and Health Psychologist based in Edgecliff for more than three decades. In this time, she has supported hundreds of couples to enhance their relationships, uncovering joy while mending rifts and engendering trust and respect. Amanda is a past... Read More →

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Michoel Gourarie

Michoel is the founder and director of BINA, a large organisation dedicated to adult Jewish education. He is a passionate educator and speaker. Michoel lectures on a wide range of topics, with a special emphasis on personal growth, self-development, meditation and mental health from... Read More →
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Brandon Srot

Brandon is a registered counsellor and psychotherapist working in private practice in Potts Point. For over 10 years, he has worked (and continues to work) with individuals and couples to navigate trauma, anxiety, grief and loss and to re-establish wellbeing, meaning and safety in... Read More →
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Leah Malamet

Leah is a registered Clinical psychologist, she holds a masters in clinical psychology from the University of Toronto and is currently completing her doctoral dissertation on attachment theory and the psychology of religion. Leah has provided psychological assessment, treatment and... Read More →

Sunday September 11, 2022 11:15am - 12:15pm AEST
Uni Bar

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