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A Supportive Hug

WHO WE ARE

Our goal is to provide integrated psycho-emotional and spiritual support to individuals navigating difficult periods in their lives. As a mental health professional and clergy team, we are uniquely qualified to address emotional and spiritual struggles, needs, and strategies to weather life’s storms. We offer support groups and psycho-educational programs, in both Jewish and multi-faith communities.

LIFESTORMS WELCOMES YOU

Meditation Class
Meditation Class

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Teen Psychologist
Teen Psychologist

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Relaxing with Music
Relaxing with Music

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Meditation Class
Meditation Class

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ABOUT US

Who We Are

Rabbi Amy Ruth Bolton, BCC

Amy is a rabbi and board certified chaplain with over two decades of experience working in chaplaincy, community outreach, and education. Throughout most of her career she has served as a hospice chaplain in home, assisted living, long-term care, residential hospice, and hospital settings, Her work has also included organizational development, addiction recovery, and adult and youth education. She received her Ordination and Master’s of Arts in Rabbinic Studies from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies and the American Jewish University. Amy serves on the board of Plaza Jewish Community Chapel. She is the co-founder and Music Director of Bir’nana: the A Cappella group of Congregation Or Zarua.

Amber Landeau-Keinan, LMSW

Amber is a licensed social worker and bereavement counselor with extensive experience in end-of-life hospice care and the processing of loss and bereavement. She holds a Master’s in Social Work from Yeshiva University with a certificate in Gerontology and Palliative Care, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Cornell University. Amber was raised in France and Switzerland, immigrating to Israel at the age of twenty. She speaks English, French and Hebrew.  Amber currently sits on the board of Natal, one of Israel’s foremost trauma and resiliency centers.  In addition, she is on the advisory board for the Jewish Theological Seminary’s Clinical Pastoral Education Program.

HELPFUL RESOURCES

Programming

  • A Different Type of Mourning: Grieving During the Pandemic
    Time is TBD
    Zoom
    A bereavement group open to anyone who has lost a family member of friend during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sponsored by Congregation Beth Elohim, Mount Sinai, Kolot Chayeinu and Brooklyn Heights Synagogue with Plaza Jewish Community Chapel
  • Navigating Grief
    Tue, Mar 08
    Zoom
    Mar 08, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
    Zoom
  • Emotional and Spiritual Tools for Coping with Loss
    Feb 15, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EST
    Zoom

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