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Sunday, March 11 • TBA
Enhancing Your Mindfulness, Wellness, and Spirituality through a Jewish Lens

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This session will provide opportunity for using resources such as Jewish text as a springboard for self-reflection, self-evaluation, and self-improvement.  A new way to approach the study of Jewish text will be used to facilitate an open discussion for gleaning insights and self-awareness.  Key questions will be explored such as: How can I improve myself? How can I improve my relations with others? How can I live a more balanced life?

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avatar for Al Benarroch

Al Benarroch

Al Benarroch received his MA in Clinical Psychology in 1992 from Lakehead University, where his research focused on health psychology. Prior to coming to JCFS, Al was in private practice for 10 years. He accepted the position of Clinical Director at JCFS in 1999.  In July 2014, Al became the Executive Director, continuing to grow the supports available to community members with new and innovative... Read More →
avatar for Scott McWilliam

Scott McWilliam

Scott McWilliam is a local Winnipeg business man who has made a tremendous impact on the local addiction recovery landscape. He is a dedicated advocate for those in recovery and helped form the JACS (Jewish Alcoholics and Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others) group in Winnipeg. Scott has generously given of himself to help individuals and families struggling to cope with addiction and has become one of the leading voices for Jewish-oriented recovery... Read More →
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Carli Rossal

A journalist and substance use counsellor, writing about and working with British Columbia’s drug-dependent population, Carli is passionate about the nationwide epidemic that is addiction. A recovering addict and alcoholic herself, born and raised in Winnipeg’s Jewish community, Carli endeavours to advocate for youth and young adults struggling with dependence and doing so in secret. Her goal is to encourage the elimination of stigma and to stimulate open discussions... Read More →


Sunday March 11, 2018 TBA
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