Noted author, professor and Professional Trainer at the ADL of Difference Institute, Hadar Lubin, MD, will present a multi-media program on: Contemporary Anti-Semitism: Can you read the writing on the wall?
Lubin is on the Board of Trustees at The Jewish Federation of Western CT, Chair of the Israel Advocacy Committee at B’nai Israel, a Capital and Congressional Club member at AIPAC and the Recipient of the 2012 Connecticut Immigrant and Refugee Award. Her CBJ presentation will illustrate how contemporary anti-Semitism manifests itself on American college campuses, in discussions of America’s foreign policy, world opinion and in the media.
Professionally, Lubin is the Co-Director, Post Traumatic Stress Center of New Haven and an Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine. She’s the author of Trauma- Centered Group Psychotherapy for Women, (Haworth Press, 2008) and a leading expert on the treatment of trauma-related disorders.
Audience members will have the opportunity to take part in a Q&A immediately following the presentation.