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Jewish Sacred Aging podcasts are podcast programs featuring news and interviews on the subject of Jewish sacred aging.

    Seekers of Meaning 10/22/2021: Rav Laurie Braun Discussing Mental Health

    Seekers of Meaning 10/22/2021: Rav Laurie Braun Discussing Mental Health

    Rabbi Address chats with this week’s guest, Rav Laurie Braun







    On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rav Laurie Katz Braun, D.Min., a Reform rabbi and director of outreach for the Youth Mental Health Project. The Youth Mental Health Project is a grassroots nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate, empower, and support families and communities to better understand and care for the mental health of our youth.







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    Rav Laurie Katz Braun, D.Min.







    Laurie Katz Braun, DMin, is a rabbi, writer, parent, and mental health advocate based in New York and Pennsylvania. She has provided spiritual guidance and mental health advocacy for families and youth since her very first professional role–serving on the Religious and Cultural Support Team at a Residential Treatment Facility in California. She has served communities in New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Michigan, and is honored to join the team at the Youth Mental Health Project.

    • 30 min
    Seekers of Meaning 10/15/2021: Rabbi Michael Perice, Temple Sinai, Cinnaminson, NJ

    Seekers of Meaning 10/15/2021: Rabbi Michael Perice, Temple Sinai, Cinnaminson, NJ

    Rabbi Address chats with Rabbi Michael Perice, right, senior rabbi of Temple Sinai, Cinnaminson, New Jersey, on this week’s program.















    On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Michael Perice, senior rabbi of Temple Sinai, Cinnaminson, New Jersey, discusses his calling to the rabbinate and his decision to reveal to his congregation his successful battle for recovery from substance abuse.







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    Rabbi Michael Perice, Senior Rabbi of Temple Sinai of Cinnaminson







    Rabbi Michael Perice is currently serving as the Senior Rabbi at Temple Sinai of Cinnaminson. He was ordained from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College with a Master of Arts in Hebrew Letters (M.A.H.L.) and the title of Rabbi.







    In 2015, Rabbi Perice was named one of the top 20 emerging leaders in the the Burlington County region for his rabbinic work. He is also a noted orator, having delivered the opening invocation at the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and at Philadelphia’s 17th annual Mayor’s Centenarians’ Celebration.







    Prior to Temple Sinai, Rabbi Perice served as student rabbi at Congregation Beth Tikvah in Marlton, Lions Gate Continuing Care Community in Voorhees, and Temple University Hillel in Philadelphia. He also completed a unit of clinical pastoral education at Einstein Medical Center, where he served as a chaplain during the Covid-19 pandemic.







    Rabbi Perice was born and raised in Cherry Hill, N.J., where he grew up attending Congregation M’kor Shalom. From a young age, Michael worked at his family’s funeral home, Goldsteins’ Rosenberg’s Raphael-Sacks in Philadelphia, where he learned the values of community, public service and compassion.

    • 34 min
    Seekers of Meaning: Rabbis Edwin Goldberg and Elaine Zecher discuss new book, “Because My Soul Longs for You”

    Seekers of Meaning: Rabbis Edwin Goldberg and Elaine Zecher discuss new book, “Because My Soul Longs for You”

    Rabbi Address chats with this week’s Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast guests, Rabbi Edwin Goldberg, center, rabbi of Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands, in the Houston area; and Rabbi Elaine Zecher, senior rabbi of Temple Israel, Boston. Rabbis Goldberg and Zecher are authors of the new CCAR Press book, Because My Soul Longs for You.







    On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Edwin Goldberg, rabbi of Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands, in the Houston area and Rabbi Elaine Zecher, senior rabbi of Temple Israel, Boston, discuss their new CCAR Press book, Because My Soul Longs for You.







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    Rabbi Elaine Zecher







    Innovation in ritual and prayer, profound engagement in social action, leadership, scholarship, and a palpable love of Jewish life are hallmarks of Rabbi Elaine Zecher’s rabbinate. As the senior rabbi of Temple Israel of Boston, she leads the largest congregation in New England, forging close personal relationships within the congregation and the larger community.







    Rabbi Zecher speaks passionately about social justice; she is a tireless worker in interfaith partnerships, and an advocate for progressive legislation and policy. She is noted as well for her personal warmth, deep humanity, quick wit, and humor. She is an engaging teacher who makes scholarship accessible and captivating.







    Committed to developing creative liturgy and prayer, she was instrumental in developing new prayer books for Shabbat and weekdays, as well as the Machzor, which is used on the High Holy Days. Active in the national Reform Jewish movement, she served as Vice President for Leadership of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR).







    Rabbi Zecher is a graduate of Brandeis University and she was ordained from Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion in 1988.  She is married to Dr. David Eisenberg and has three adult children.



























    Rabbi Edwin Goldberg







    Rabbi Edwin Goldberg currently serves as the rabbi of Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands, in the Houston area. He received rabbinic ordination and a doctorate in Hebrew Literature from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (in 1989 and 1994, respectively).

    • 33 min
    Richard Lieder and David Shapiro Discuss Their Book, “Who Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?”

    Richard Lieder and David Shapiro Discuss Their Book, “Who Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?”

    Rabbi Address chats with authors Richard Leider, center, and David Shapiro, on this week’s Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast







    On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, authors Richard Leider and David Shapiro discuss their new book, Who Do You Want to Be When You Grown Old?







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    Richard Leider is founder and chairman of Inventure: The Purpose Company, a coaching and consulting firm. Leider has created a wide array of programs and experiences for clients, such as AARP, Caterpillar, Ericsson, Habitat for Humanity, and MetLife. He is ranked by Forbes as one of the top five most respected executive coaches, by Linkage as one of the top fifty executive coaches, and by the Conference Board as a “legend in coaching.” He is an executive fellow at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management, a guest lecturer at Harvard Business School and Duke Corporate Education, and the author or coauthor of nine books. He was named a 2020-21 nonresident public fellow at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study.











    David Shapiro is education director of the Center for Philosophy for Children, an organization that brings philosophy and philosophers into schools and community centers throughout the Puget Sound area. His scholarly interests include applied ethics, philosophy of human rights, and philosophy with children.

    • 30 min
    Seekers of Meaning 9/24/2021: RUACH Emotional and Spiritual Support

    Seekers of Meaning 9/24/2021: RUACH Emotional and Spiritual Support

    Rabbi Address in conversation with Rabbi Karen Sussan, LMHC (center), and Taylor Paige Winfield Haboucha, founder of RUACH Emotional and Spiritual Support. More information about RUACH is at ruachsupport.org.







    On this episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, the guests are Taylor Paige Winfield Haboucha, the founder of RUACH Emotional and Spiritual Support, and Rabbi Karen Sussan, LMHC, an Emotional Support Team Leader with RUACH. More information about RUACH is at ruachsupport.org.







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    Taylor Winfield Haboucha







    Taylor Paige Winfield Haboucha is the Founder of RUACH: Emotional and Spiritual Support and a member of the support team. She is a spiritual care intern with experience in corrections, healthcare, and the military environment. She is trained in spiritually-integrated psychotherapy and is extremely passionate about bridging emotional and spiritual care. Taylor is also a PhD Candidate in Sociology at Princeton University.







    Rabbi Karen Sussan, LMHC







    Karen Sussan is a Support Team Leader with RUACH. She is Rabbi (Reconstructionist), Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Social Worker; Board Certified Chaplain, and a certified Spiritual-Integrated Psychotherapist also authorized as a Spiritually-Integrated Psychotherapy Trainer. With 25+ years of experience in theoverlapping fields, Karen is now in private psychotherapy practice, where client dignity is of the utmost importance. While grounded in solid psychotherapy methods (especially, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, psychoanalytic), she is passionate about client-centered work and sensitive to diverse values, spiritual and religious orientations.

    • 33 min
    Encore Presentation: Connie Zweig, Ph.D., Discusses Her New Book, “The Inner Work of Age”

    Encore Presentation: Connie Zweig, Ph.D., Discusses Her New Book, “The Inner Work of Age”

    As the High Holy Days conclude, we present an encore of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast featuring Connie Zweig, Ph.D., discussing her new book, The Inner Work of Age: Shifting from ROLE to SOUL. (Amazon link)

    Offering a radical reimagining of age for all generations, psychotherapist and bestselling author Connie Zweig reveals how to use inner work to uncover and explore the unconscious denial and resistance that erupts around key thresholds of later life, attune to your soul’s longing, and emerge renewed as an Elder filled with vitality and purpose.

    She explores the obstacles encountered in the transition to wise Elder and offers psychological shadow-work and diverse spiritual practices to help you break through denial to awareness, move from self-rejection to self-acceptance, repair the past to be fully present, reclaim your creativity, and allow mortality to be a teacher. Sharing contemplative practices for self-reflection, she also reveals how to discover ways to share your talents and wisdom to become a force for change in the lives of others.











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