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Talking to Children About Death
Talking to Children About Death
Hosted by Kavod v'Nichum
Wed, July 07, 2021
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

The Gamliel Institute is a center for study, training, and advocacy concerning Jewish end-of-life practices. The Institute is a project of Kavod v’Nichum (Honor and Comfort), a North American organization that provides assistance, training, and resources about Jewish death and bereavement practice for Chevrah Kadisha groups and bereavement committees in synagogues and communities throughout the U.S. and Canada.




Talking to Children About Death with Vicky Kelman

One 90-minute Session 

July 7, 2021

8:00pm Eastern / 5:00pm Pacific

Course Fee: We are testing a new flexible course fee structure. Please see options at checkout.


Description coming soon.


Vicky Kelman


Vicky Kelman is a Jewish educator who has specialized in creating settings in which the whole family can be empowered build a Jewish life for themselves. Among many innovations, she created the first Camp Ramah family camp (at Ramah in Ojai, California). She a founding director of “Grief & Growing: A Healing Weekend for Individual and Families,” a community initiative to extend a healing opportunity to the bereaved in the Jewish community of the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the author of several books and articles and is a recipient of the Covenant Award. She lives in Berkeley California with her husband, Rabbi Stuart Kelman.  






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