Live from 12-2: Therapy with LCSW Mordechai Weinberger; Anger Management

mordechai weinberger tls[LIVE AT 12] Beginning at 12 p.m., Social Worker Mordechai Weinberger LCSW will be answering your therapy questions – live on TLS.

To submit your questions which may be asked live on the air, you can call in during the show at 718-683-5858, or text your question to 347-927-8398. You can also submit your question in the comments section of this article, which Mordechai will read during the show.

Mordechai Weinberger is an experienced therapist for many years, and currently hosts a free phone line of various psychological programs that combine Torah and psychology. To listen to these Shiurim and to his daily questions and answers, you can call 718-298 2011. His Yiddish Shiurim are sold by Uvilechtichu Baderch in Batei Medrashi, and his English Shiurim are sold in Seforim stores.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. There is a guy in our shul that likes the Amud. The problem is that there is only one person that likes when he davens and that is he himself. The rest of the minyan either dislikes it or dreads it. As a Gabai what do I do if one week he davens and then the next week he can come again to ask for the amud. On one hand does the majority have to suffer, or as the other Gabai mentioned, if we reject his request he might go home in a bad mood and it will have an effect on his family and we his friends have an obligation….

  2. When my son started squinting his eyes, his preschool Morah told me that a boy in the class was diagnosed with PANDAS and I should look into it. The information I searched online was very confusing, and I was wondering if you can explain the topic a little bit. Does it cause OCD/tic behavior in a normal, healthy child, or does it merely aggrevate the symptoms of a child who has already has an OCD/tic disorder?

  3. My husband who is in his 60s has for many years suffered from anger and is impulsive and hyper. He uses thses talents to help the klal however since he is out of a job because of a transplant few years ago he has gotten really worse. His outbursts are very often and has rage while blaming others. He doesn’t see a problem and his Dr said it’s a personality issue not the medication from after transplant (which other friends who had undergone transplants reported) question is what can I do? How can I stay at ease and calm while he is always angry at the world and can’t see its a problem.

  4. My precocious four year old daughter often corrects others. She tells her younger sister how to say words correctly. She corrects her teacher when she switches or misses words in a song. She corrects other kids at school on how to do a project. The teacher is slightly concerned about this. What would be the best way to intervene without shooting down her self confidence? Are there any age- appropriate books that can help?

  5. a good friend and family member went otd, i see pics of her happiness and im jealous, i have thought to follow her, and i’m at a point that im ready to leave a wonderful husband and large family. im not happy, with all the responsibilities

  6. Hey Esther– PANDAS is not regonized by majority of medical authorities as a true disorder. Also does your child drink a lot of orange juice, or other things that are high in citric acid? Which is a very common cause for so e of what you describe

  7. after listening to your program last couple of months I realize that issues I have with my 17 year old is more a parenting issue but is it too late to make changes

  8. Judy – ouch, thats painful. That must be so hard to go through that & fight those feelings. Hope u can find the strength to stay the course. Hatzlocha.

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