Shalom Salaam Peace Of Mind

Shalom Salaam Peace Of Mind
Muslims & Jews in Los Angeles were having conversations on well-being and mental health via supporting each other, building interfaith bridges, creating positive change on the ground, and by standing together against hate, racism, xenophobia, violence, Antisemitism and Islamophobia. Five episodes podcast to begin our journey in creating peaceful and better world on on Earth. Read podcast show notes: Donate and become a supporter of this interfaith podcast:

Resources for Mental Well-Being
Jun 21, 2019 • 67 min
Panel discussion with practitioners in three different communities on mental well-being resources. In this final episode, Dr. Heather Laird-Jackson, Sally Weber and Alo Johnston enlightened listeners on what it means to be a ‘good therapist’, and what is…
Protective Factors
Jun 7, 2019 • 41 min
Muslims, and Jews, mental health is heavily influenced by personal risk factors, which increase the likelihood of developing mental health problems. Protective factors are the biological, psychological, family and community aspects of our lives which…
Antisemitism & Islamophobia with Rabbi Mel Gottlieb and Edina Lekovic
May 18, 2019 • 72 min
Societal Antisemitism and Islamophobia negatively affect the mental health of Jews and Muslims domestically and across the globe. As a result, these prejudices can lead to difficulties with depression, anxiety, states of hyper-vigilance, and even suicide…
Marginalized Groups
May 3, 2019 • 25 min
Throughout history folks fall into identities that are marginalized from the majority groups. This trope holds true within religious communities as well. In this episode five current and former fellows engage in round table discussions about their stories…
Mental Health with Rabbi Jill Zimmerman & Zariah Horton
Apr 25, 2019 • 57 min
Rabbi Jill Zimmerman and Zariah Horton shared their observations on mental health and well-being in Muslim and Jewish communities. Together they discuss how people view mental health in their respective faith communities, the stigma of mental health, the…