Join Moving Traditions’ Rabbi Daniel Brenner in conversation with Dr. Lisa Miller, clinical psychology professor at Columbia University and author of “The Awakened Brain” and “The Spiritual Child,” as we observe Mental Health Awareness Month.
The science is clear. Data shows that teens who have a positive, active relationship with spirituality (like practicing Judaism in ways that are relevant and meaningful) are 60% less likely to be depressed. Spiritual teens have significantly more positive markers for thriving, including an increased sense of meaning and purpose, and high levels of academic success.
We will dig into the latest data around teen mental health and wellbeing, the neuroscience behind spirituality, and share practical strategies to help the teens in your life to thrive.+ More... - Less...
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