Addressing Habitual Burnout in Communal Professionals

May 12, 2021 Free
Dr. Betsy Stone (Courtesy photo)
Dr. Betsy Stone (Courtesy photo)

Join colleagues from throughout Greater Boston for a lunchtime conversation with Dr. Betsy Stone. We’ll be discussing Dr. Stone’s latest article featured on, “Habitual Burnout in Communal Professionals.”

Dr. Betsy Stone received her doctorate in psychology from Yale University. She is a retired psychologist who serves as an adjunct lecturer at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion. Her classes include human development for educators, adolescent development and teens in and out of crisis. She teaches and consults with Jewish professionals across the country.

This program is powered by MWCollab, Greater Boston’s first Jewish communal workspace. MWCollab is a partnership between Temple Shir Tikva Wayland and Jewish Teen Initiative at CJP. From co-working to community building, we’re taking a fresh approach to an old conceptbringing people together to collaborate, create and connect. Watch out for more information coming in Fall 2021. Contact Rabbi Danny Burkeman or Brett Lubarsky to learn more.

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