Live from 12-2: Therapy with LCSW Mordechai Weinberger; Submit Your Questions

mordechai weinberger tls[LIVE 12-2] 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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  1. To add to Yakov the counselors question.

    I was a counselor in a camp for a few years. To make it simple, I did my job I was always there when I had to. One of the years my campers shared a bunk house with another Kta/bunk.

    So the councilor from the the other bunk always took advantage that I’m there when it was bed time and he just hardly showed up on many occasions. One night, I over hear one of my campers say to one of the campers from the other bunk. Your lucky you counselor is never here.
    The boy from the other bunk yells out to him, but you guys are lucky. Your councilor is always here when you need him. That was the biggest chizuk I got in all my years as a councilor. And it came from a student from Kita Vuv.
    I think Yakov is afraid he will look like the bad cop. I could very much relate to that. Especially when you work with others that might not take their jobs that seriously.
    Even children need stability and they can tell who is doing their job seriously.

  2. hello! I learned in school and classes to let my husband feel like the ‘man in the house’ and ask him things especially halachah shailos.- even though i know the answers sometime…..
    how do i go about this…
    he sometimes (very often) says the wrong psak…and maybe because i am the smarter one btwn us and he probably knows that he just answers to sound smart…and then i have to do what he says when i know its wrong….
    also, how about if a father in law says something or even a father…
    and something that is not the kind of thing u correct him on…
    please help!

  3. Just a little saying to go with what you say…. “Give a man to fish, you fed him for a day; teach him how to fish, you fed him for a lifetime”

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