'Trauma and Resilience: A Family and Professional Story' with Dr. David Senesh

Monday, April 23, 2018

Engleman Hall - Room B121

The Judaic Studies Program invites you to a very special talk:
 
"Trauma and Resilience: A Family and Professional Story" with Dr. David Senesh
 
Dr. Senesh, a clinical psychologist practicing in Israel, will speak on the mental health consequences of prisoner of war captivity. Dr. Senesh was a POW during the Yom Kippur War, as was his aunt, the famous Hannah Senesh, during WWII. He will discuss parallels and contrasts between these two captivities.
 
For more information:

Deborah Weiss  |   WeissD1@SouthernCT.edu  |   203-392-6615
David Levine  |   LevineD1@SouthernCT.edu  |   203-392-6642

Location

Engleman Hall - Room B121
501 Crescent St.
New Haven, CT 06515
USA

Contact

Deborah Weiss

Phone: 203-392-6615