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Child-Friendly Therapy

C. B. Gavant

Your child is having problems at home and in school — maybe it’s because a beloved grandparent just passed away, you recently moved to a new country, or there’s been a divorce in the family. Whatever the issue, when a kid’s behavior moves into a realm beyond the regular, child therapists are trained

 

Yalta’s Claim to Fame

Dr. Pearl Herzog

Very few women are alluded to by name in the Gemara. And even if they are, they are hardly mentioned. Yalta, the daughter of Rabah bar Avuha, is the rare exception. Known as the wisest woman of her time, she is the most-discussed woman in the Gemara.

 

Seized with Kindness

Rhona Lewis

There’s nothing beautiful about epilepsy. There’s nothing beautiful about a cocoon. A cocoon isolates the developing pupa; seizures isolate the sufferer, temporarily cutting him off from the world. But eventually, the butterfly emerges …



 
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