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Sunday, January 15 • 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Embodied Voices: Personal Narratives on the Female Body

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Hear original narratives shared by authors featured in the forthcoming anthology Embodied Voices, edited by Aviva Braun-Finkler, which captures female reflections on body image and experience.

Moderators
avatar for Dr. Sarah Weinberger-Litman

Dr. Sarah Weinberger-Litman

Dr. Sarah L. Weinberger-Litman, Phd is an Associate Professor of Psychology at at Marymount Manhattan College, and the director of the program in Public Health.  One of her main research interests focuses on the intersection of spirituality and health with an emphasis on eating disorders among Jewish women. She also studies areas related to body image, sexuality and gender roles. She is the Associate Producer of “Hungry to be... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Aviva Braun-Finkler

Aviva Braun-Finkler

Aviva Braun,L.M.S.W.,  L.C.S.W. is a Licensed clinical social worker practicing in NYC.  She works with adolescent and adult women who have eating and body image problems and practices from  feminist-relational and psychodynamic approaches. She obtained her MSW at NYU’s school of Social work and then went on to obtain her post graduate training at the Women’s Therapy Centre Institute. She has been presenting on the... Read More →
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Tehilah Eisenstadt

As a Jewish educator, activist, officiant, consultant, community builder and storyteller, Tehilah Eisenstadt has worked in several leadership roles with prominent Jewish educational agencies. She has lectured across the US on Jewish topics where ancient text and ritual intersect with meaning in our lives today. Tehilah works with a tireless team of multi-faith leaders (#Bringbackourgirls New York) on issues related to Jewish values... Read More →
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Ann Lapin

Ann owns a Mary Kay business, teaches boot camp, and is an interim boarding care provider for the Spence-Chapin adoption agency. She writes about babies, parenting, and body image and has been published by kveller, Mama’s Comfort Camp, Times of Israel, NYMetroParents, and Upworthy. Ann and her family live in Riverdale, NY. Look for her new book, coming soon!


Sunday January 15, 2017 12:30pm - 1:15pm
West Ramp

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