Handbook of Torah and Mental Health
A collection of over 50 original Jewish sources that relate to topics in mental health, such as: anxiety, depression, parenting, spirituality, cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy. Includes easy-to-understand explanations and peer reviewed studies on psychological symptoms, treatments, and theories.
"I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO ANYBODY SEEKING A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF HOW TO ADDRESS LIFE’S INEVITABLE CHALLENGES GUIDED BY TORAH’S POWERFUL WISDOM INTEGRATED WITH THE PRACTICAL APPROACHES OF PSYCHOLOGY."
Dr. David Pelcovitz,
Straus Chair in Psychology and Education, Yeshiva University
"THE HANDBOOK OF TORAH AND MENTAL HEALTH IS HIGHLY ENGAGING AND EQUALLY FASCINATING — WITH STRONG APPEAL TO BOTH LAYMAN AND SCHOLAR ALIKE.
THIS IS THE BOOK THAT I WOULD HAVE LOVED TO HAVE WRITTEN, IF I HAD THE AUTHORS’ TALENT, INTELLECT AND INSIGHT.
THE HANDBOOK OF TORAH AND MENTAL HEALTH DESERVES WIDE READERSHIP. I WISH THE AUTHORS MUCH SUCCESS WITH THIS BOOK AND IN ALL OF THEIR AMAZING ENDEAVORS."
David J. Lieberman, PhD
Noted Psychotherapist, Speaker and Author