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

weinberger live[LIVE FROM 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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3 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you for your amazing programs!
    I’m dealing with depression and I was therefore unable to work on anything to improve in myself before Rosh Hashanah. My therapist keeps telling me that it’s fine because I am working on getting out of depression and I am unable to do anything else. But I am still so stressed out about it. Is there anything that I could do to go to into yom tov more relaxed?

  2. With so much family bonding over Yom Tov, how can one alleviate stresses that are bound to arise with all of the pressures of family reunions. Please give some tips on staying calm and learning how to be at one and accept all the types and personalities (be it religiously, or socially etc) in the family so that Yom Tov can be a beautiful, peaceful and harmonious time.

  3. Now that its before Rosh Hashanah a time of forgiveness I have an issue that comes up every year
    I’m in my low 20s and when I was in elementary school I had a principle that embarrassed me twice in front of my class. I tell myself every year that I forgave her and have nothing against her but when I think about her I can still feel the pain and embarrassment I felt at the time it happened.
    Can you give me some tools on how to forgive her with all my heart
    thanks

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