Supportive Gatherings for

Children of Holocaust Survivors (2Gs):

Facilitated by Irit Felsen, PhD and Jenni Frumer, PhD, LCSW, MSEd

The shocking acts of terrorism in Israel have evoked trauma responses and heightened anxiety levels in the children of Holocaust Survivors. MorseLife’s NEXT GENERATIONS is offering ongoing opportunities to create a safe space for 2Gs to share, obtain support, and discuss coping strategies and techniques to address emotional challenges. Intense feelings of anger and fear are common reactions to pain and trauma. Previous losses may be re-activated. Angst for the future and safety of the family’s future generations may be consuming. Join this drop-in virtual gathering to discuss collective concerns.

Supportive Gatherings for

Community Professionals Serving Older Adults:

Facilitated by Jenni Frumer, PhD, LCSW, MSEd

At this time of crisis impacting Israel, MorseLife is offering opportunities to process together the implications of the war and its impact on us as professionals in our communities, serving older adults and their families. Professionals may experience stress during these challenging times as clients and patients react to the devastating news and images of terror. Your capacity to hear about difficult client/patient experiences amidst our demanding work can make it difficult to focus. To access ongoing support, MorseLife invites you to virtual drop-in sessions structured as safe, supportive gatherings to discuss your concerns. Join your peers and engage in mutual facilitated support.

Jenni Frumer, PhD, LCSW, MSEd is a licensed clinical social worker who earned her PhD in Human Capital Management from the School of Business at Bellevue University. Dr. Frumer has over 38 years of experience in nonprofit leadership and has consulted with corporations. She has published and presented extensively on several topics related to leadership, trauma-informed principles, and professional self-care.

Irit Felsen, PhD is a clinical psychologist specializing in trauma and traumatic loss, focused on Holocaust Survivors and their families. She is widely published in peer-reviewed professional journals. She speaks extensively on the long-term effects of trauma on survivors and the intergenerational transmission of trauma to the children of survivors.

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