Sundays, November 1, 8, 15, & 22 | 11:00AM - 12:30PM ET
Virtual Event on Zoom | Participation Fee: $54
Session 1: Holocaust survivor grandparent(s) relationship
Session 2: Second generation parent(s) interaction
Session 3: Critical images of one's own experience with intimate relations developmentally
Session 4: Consequences of a Holocaust family history on one's committed relationships
Dr. Eva Fogelman is a licensed psychologist who is a pioneer in developing groups for generations of the Holocaust. She co-founded and co-directed the first training program for clinicians to study Psychotherapy with Generations of the Holocaust and Related Traumas, TIMH. Dr. Fogelman is the writer and co-producer of the award-winning Breaking the Silence: The Generation After the Holocaust, and writer of the Pulitzer Prize nominee Conscience and Courage: Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust, among many other publications. She is a founder of the second generation movement as well as the Hidden child Foundation, the Jewish Foundation of Christian Rescuers (new Jewish Foundation for the Righteous), Descendants of Holocaust Survivors face book. She currently co-directs Child Development Research, is in private practice in New York City, and moderates Transforming Moments for the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Descendants of Holocaust Survivors.
This series is limited to 10 third generation women. The fee of $54 includes a donation to 3GNY.