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Doni Joszef

Doni Joszef (DJoszef@Gmail.com) is a cognitive therapist, practicing in Lawrence, NY. He designs creative media and presents dynamic workshops on a variety of psychosocial topics. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Media Psychology, He is the director of the DRS Guidance Department, where he spearheaded the “POSITIVE PROJECT,” an innovative program to promote a school culture of well-being.

Wedding Games

July 17, 2014, by

Tis’ the season to get married… Yep, it’s wedding season, so in the spirit of holy matrimony, here’s a catalog of predictable personalities and the games they often play at the social circus that is a Jewish wedding… THE OVERPROTECTIVE BEST MAN Technically speaking, he’s not a Secret Service agent, but weddings bring out a

Parenting Games

July 10, 2014, by

Funny things happen when a group of young parents get together. We become like zoo-keepers, overlooking our little creatures from the sidelines, hoping to keep the damage at a minimum, and, if (which is a euphemism for “when”) there is damage, hoping it was someone else’s kid rather than our own. It’s all fun and