Psychology in the Talmud

Guidelines for Simchah and Personal Growth
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Psychology in the Talmud uncovers important insights from the Jewish tradition and offers tools for success, joy, growth, and inspiration. Timeless ideas are elaborated on from the writings of classical Torah commentaries as well as current leaders in the fields of psychology and personal growth. Short summaries enable readers to more easily implement these crucial concepts into their lives. “Important and erudite…glistening with pearls of wisdom and Torah-based insights into the challenges and potential of the human personality. I highly recommend...” Rav Yona Reiss, Av Beis Din, Chicago Rabbinical Council (CRC) “A book of character development based on the Talmud and its classical commentaries, with valuable pearls from secular scholars…” Rav Mordechai Willig, Rosh Yeshiva, RIETS (YU) Rabbi Elihu Abbe had the zechus to learn full time for thirteen years, first as a talmid of Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh and then at RIETS (Yeshiva University), where he received semichah. He subsequently earned his MSW from Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work and certificates in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, CBT for Depression, and CBT for Anxiety from the Beck Institute. He has taught Torah and tikkun ha’middos to talmidim of all ages as an elementary school social work intern, high school bekius rebbi and social work intern, yeshiva gedolah shoel u’meishiv, sgan rosh beit midrash, and shul rabbinic intern. He also enjoyed six summers working as a counselor at Morasha Kollel, organizing, caring for the talmidim, and offering guidance. Rabbi Abbe currently lives in Baltimore with his wife Eliana and his children, Rochel, Yosef, and Ephraim.
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Dimensions6 x 9
ISBN9781952370229
PublisherMosaica Press
Number of pages272
Item #8012
Binding typeHard Cover
Weight1.2930 lbs.
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