Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2022
Time: 5:15 pm - 6:30 pmLocation:
Congregation Beth Emeth
12523 Lawyers Rd
Herndon, VA 20171
Contact: Shari Berman
JCC Widow/Widower Support Group (In Person)
Tuesday, June 21
Location: Congregation Beth Emeth, 12523 Lawyers Rd., Herndon, VA
Facilitated by Dr. Rebecca Fleischer and Dr. Libby Robbins
This monthly support group is for anyone who has recently – or not-so-recently – lost a spouse or partner. Join us for an open, frank forum on issues such as grief, bereavement, and moving forward after great loss. Members of the group have been known to socialize outside of the monthly meeting on Zoom calls and outdoor events, weather permitting. All are welcome.
Fee: No admission fee, but registration is required.
For more information and to register, contact: Shari.Berman@thej.org or 703.537.3068.
About our Facilitators:
Dr. Rebecca Fleischer is a licensed clinical psychologist in Virginia since 1997, Dr. Fleischer currently practices in Fairfax where she sees individuals, couples, and families with a wide range of diagnostic and clinical concerns. Throughout her career she has facilitated many psychotherapy and support groups, and understands the complex and often long-term consequences of losing one’s spouse. Dr. Fleischer holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology and an MS in Psychology from Yeshiva University and a BA from Emory University.
Dr. Libby Robbins graduated with a B.A. from Kirkland College in 1977. She earned a master’s degree in special education from Columbia University, Teachers College in 1981. Dr. Robbins has taught preschool and spent three years as a teacher/play therapist at a therapeutic nursery school for emotionally disturbed children in New Rochelle, NY. After moving to Northern Virginia in 1987, she spent several years at home with her own children. Dr. Robbins received an M.S.W. from Catholic University and a Ph.D. from The Clinical Social Work Institute in 2009. She worked in private practice at the Child and Family Counseling Group in Fairfax for eighteen years. Currently, Dr. Robbins has an out-patient office in her home, where she treats children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and behavioral difficulties.