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“SUNRYZE” Personal Growth Series

Created by Yosef Feld, LCSW

“SUNRYZE” combines Torah insight with cutting edge Psychology. The series empowers people to heal emotional pain, overcome challenges and become inspiring human beings.

“SUNRYZE” will take you on a journey to understand your seven soul qualities and be transformed by these powerful gifts.

 

Each free session will last approximately 1 hour and be held on successive Sunday's at 5:00 PM eastern time.  The first session will begin on February 20th.  You may enroll in the program up until February 18th.  Afterwards you will have to wait until the seven weeks is over to start the program but you can register to enroll anytime during this 7 week period. 

During this seven week series you will gain Biblical insights and cutting edge psychology that will put you on the path to self healing and self connection.  In addition you will learn that as a human being you have both a soul and a physical body.  Your soul is an inextinguishable spark of God in the heart of every human being and shines with seven divine qualities.  You will come to understand and how to use these qualities of the soul that can heal and transform you.  They are a gift from God to each one of us.

Your soul is your true self; it is undamaged by traumatic experiences and is tremendously resilient in the face if difficult situations.  Your soul has the power to heal your body and lead you to a more healthy and joyful life.

Our physical body is burdened by past trauma and present difficulties.  Our body initially resists the call of our soul but with persistence the body become receptive to the healing and joyful approach to life which is intuitive to our soul.

Your soul and we at Sunryze wish to help you on your way with these seven free sessions.  You have nothing to loose and everything to gain.  How you want your life to be in the future is now up to you and in your control.  The real beauty of the Sunryze Program is that you will gain all this and more from the comfort of your own home.

Simply fill out the short application to enroll yourself and get ready for a life changing experience.

APPLICATION

After we receive your application we will send you detailed instruction for accessing the Sunryze video conference room.

 


  

                                                                                                                                                                                                     Yosef Feld                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                 Founder of Sunryze-Darkness to Dawn Program

Circum Vitae


Yosef Feld, LCSW



Objective



My aim is to inspire people of all backgrounds with a love for Torah showing its relevance to our lives. As part of this goal I created an online series “The Joy of Your True Self” that leads people on a seven step path to appreciate the multifaceted gift of their divine soul; their most authentic self and be guided by it to a life of success, meaning and joy.


Education

2007-2010    Yeshiva University, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, New York
1999-2001    Ohr Sameyach, Tannenbaum College, Jerusalem, Israel
1997-1999    Ohr Yerushalayim, Beit Meir, Israel
1992-1997    Derech Ayson, Yeshiva of Far Rockaway, New York
1991-1992    Toras Moshe, Jerusalem, Israel


Degrees and Certifications



Licensed Clinical Social Worker:   CT Department of Public Health
Masters in Clinical Social Work:    Wurzweiler, Yeshiva University
BA-Jewish studies:    Ohr Sameyach, Tannenbum College
Bachelors Talmudic Law:    Yeshiva of Far Rockaway



Rabbinic Ordination:
Issur V’ Heter and Niddah- Shimush in Maaros

Rabbi Z.N. Goldberg, Member, Jerusalem Bet Din
Rabbi Moshe Lazerus, Ohr Sameyach



Jewish Leadership: Graduate Ohr Samayach Jewish Community Leadership Rabbinic
Affiliation:  Member of the Rabbinical Council of America Teachers
Certification: Ministry of Education, Israel


 
Experience



LCSW    Psychiatric Clinician Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, Torrington, CT 2014-Ongoing

MSW    EMPS Mobile Crisis Clinician, Wellmore Behavioral Health, Waterbury, CT 2010-14


Rabbinic    Rabbinic Intern, Congregation B’nai Shalom Waterbury, CT 2004-2005 Presented Shabbos drashos and continual shiurim, was a member of the Chevra
Kedisha, officiated at funerals, visited nursing homes and hospitals, guided Geirim and advisesd couples with domestic problems.

Education:        Yeshiva Ketanah of Waterbury 3rd Grade Rebbe 2004-2013, Hillel Academy Day School 2001-2004

Informal:    Student Government Advisor, Hillel Academy Fairfield, CT 2001-2004 Organized community wide events, arranged and hosted Shabatonim, Bar-B-Qs,
Concerts, Learning Programs, Guest speakers, Lag B’ Omer bonfire, Purim Carnivals,
Succah Parties.

Jewish Communities of Western Connecticut, The Federation
Served on the young leadership committee, met weekly with groups of secular Jews to discuss issues facing the Jewish community. 2004

Chavrusah: Had a yearlong Chavrusah with Rabbi Stein of Rodeph Shalom (a Conservative congregation of 600 families).

Teen-Age: Hebrew High School Teacher at the JCC of Greater Bridgeport, CT 2004-2009

 

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Do children react differently than adults?

Children and teens can have extreme reactions to trauma, but some of their symptoms may not be the same as adults. Symptoms sometimes seen in very young children (less than 6 years old), these symptoms can include:

  • Wetting the bed after having learned to use the toilet
  • Forgetting how to or being unable to talk
  • Acting out the scary event during playtime
  • Being unusually clingy with a parent or other adult

Older children and teens are more likely to show symptoms similar to those seen in adults. They may also develop disruptive, disrespectful, or destructive behaviors. Older children and teens may feel guilty for not preventing injury or deaths. They may also have thoughts of revenge.

 

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Signs and Symptoms

While most but not all traumatized people experience short term symptoms, the majority do not develop ongoing (chronic) PTSD. Not everyone with PTSD has been through a dangerous event. Some experiences, like the sudden, unexpected death of a loved one, can also cause PTSD. Symptoms usually begin early, within 3 months of the traumatic incident, but sometimes they begin years afterward. Symptoms must last more than a month and be severe enough to interfere with relationships or work to be considered PTSD. The course of the illness varies. Some people recover within 6 months, while others have symptoms that last much longer. In some people, the condition becomes chronic.

A doctor who has experience helping people with mental illnesses, such as a psychiatrist or psychologist, can diagnose PTSD.

To be diagnosed with PTSD, an adult must have all of the following for at least 1 month:

  • At least one re-experiencing symptom
  • At least one avoidance symptom
  • At least two arousal and reactivity symptoms
  • At least two cognition and mood symptoms

Re-experiencing symptoms include:

  • Flashbacks—reliving the trauma over and over, including physical symptoms like a racing heart or sweating
  • Bad dreams
  • Frightening thoughts

Re-experiencing symptoms may cause problems in a person’s everyday routine. The symptoms can start from the person’s own thoughts and feelings. Words, objects, or situations that are reminders of the event can also trigger re-experiencing symptoms.

Avoidance symptoms include:

  • Staying away from places, events, or objects that are reminders of the traumatic experience
  • Avoiding thoughts or feelings related to the traumatic event

Things that remind a person of the traumatic event can trigger avoidance symptoms. These symptoms may cause a person to change his or her personal routine. For example, after a bad car accident, a person who usually drives may avoid driving or riding in a car.

Arousal and reactivity symptoms include:

  • Being easily startled
  • Feeling tense or “on edge”
  • Having difficulty sleeping
  • Having angry outbursts

Arousal symptoms are usually constant, instead of being triggered by things that remind one of the traumatic events. These symptoms can make the person feel stressed and angry. They may make it hard to do daily tasks, such as sleeping, eating, or concentrating.

Cognition and mood symptoms include:

  • Trouble remembering key features of the traumatic event
  • Negative thoughts about oneself or the world
  • Distorted feelings like guilt or blame
  • Loss of interest in enjoyable activities

Cognition and mood symptoms can begin or worsen after the traumatic event, but are not due to injury or substance use. These symptoms can make the person feel alienated or detached from friends or family members.

It is natural to have some of these symptoms for a few weeks after a dangerous event. When the symptoms last more than a month, seriously affect one’s ability to function, and are not due to substance use, medical illness, or anything except the event itself, they might be PTSD. Some people with PTSD don’t show any symptoms for weeks or months. PTSD is often accompanied by depression, substance abuse, or one or more of the other anxiety disorders.

 

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