Join UJA Women for a candid conversation about anxiety, depression, and other mental health struggles that adolescents and young adults face, and the impact these issues have on their families. Learn to identify the signs of mental health challenges, how to talk about them openly, and coping mechanisms. And hear how UJA initiatives support those with mental health struggles become their most empowered selves.
Dr. Tony Charuvastra, M.D.
Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist
Mental Health Advocate, Author of Don’t Tell Me to Relax! One Teen’s Journey to Survive Anxiety
Dr. Joanna Robin, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist and Founder and Director of Westchester Anxiety Treatment Psychological Services
Program Director for Here.Now., a Jewish teen mental-health initiative through The Jewish Board
Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy expert
Light refreshments will be served. Dietary laws observed.
This program is intended as an educational tool for participants. UJA-Federation neither warrants nor represents that the seminars will provide all relevant information concerning the subjects that are addressed, or that the information provided will apply to or be appropriate for all participants. UJA-Federation assumes no liability for the Information that is provided. UJA-Federation urges each participant, where necessary, to consult with appropriate professionals to review her own specific needs and requirements.
Mental Health Committee
Anna Fisch, Linda Gross, Kim Hartman, Candice Koerner, Mindy Utay
Manhattan Women Leadership
Chair, Suzi Stadler
President, Vicki Warner
UJA Women Leadership
Chair, Judy Baum