The "return to normal" post-lockdown will not be a returning but a moving forward, carrying with us newly acquired insights and behaviors.
More than 200 families with children being treated at the Sha’ar Hanegev Resilience Center will receive an assistance package of about NIS 4,000 each.
Founder of International Trauma-Healing Institutes tells ‘Post’ that Israel, United States and Iran are all suffering from collective trauma
“I don’t think that I could ever go back in that building and not be continually reminded of what took place there.”
A group of volunteers provides comfort to traumatized Shoah survivors in assisted living facilities, via regular visits.
Newly appointed director-general Prof. Ofer Merin is intimately familiar with what makes his hospital unique.
Breathing is the cornerstone of stress management
Many of the calls are from parents living in the Gaza border community’s in the south.
Ahava Village for Children and Youth strives to provide a loving home for children who have experienced trauma and unimaginable horrors.
Part One of Three – Introduction