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November 19, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Creating Functional and Healthy relationships
- Learn the essence and importance of healthy relationships
- Understand what it takes to have a healthy relationship
- Learn how to create and nurture healthy relationships
- Learn to recognize an unhealthy relationship
- What we can do when we are concerned about a relationship
Presented by: Faye Wilbur, LCSW-R, Director of Community Relations , Mishkon, The Jewish Board; Therapist in Private Practice Brooklyn, NY
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Faye Wilbur, LCSW-R is Director of Community Relations for Mishkon , the division of the Jewish Board serving people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Ms. Wilbur has been privileged to work within the Jewish Board for many years in multiple roles including Jewish Community Services, director of the Boro Park clinic, Coordinator of Family Violence Services to the Jewish Community to name a few.
Mrs. Wilbur is a licensed clinical social worker and therapist, with extensive post master’s training with a particular focus on trauma. Mrs. Wilbur has specialized training in family and child therapy from the Martha K Selig institute, as well as the Ackerman Institute focusing on intra-familial trauma. . In addition, Mrs Wilbur is trained in EMDR t. Mrs Wilbur lectures and facilitates groups on healthy/unhealthy relationships, cultural competence, family violence and teaches the NYS child abuse, maltreatment and neglect mandated course . In addition to her work for The Jewish Board, Mrs Wilbur maintains a private practice in Brooklyn, NY.
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