August 13, 2010

Study: Orthodox Jews more open to counseling, but needs remain

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NEW YORK (RNS) Most Orthodox Jews who seek professional counseling do so for marriage problems despite the community’s relatively high marital satisfaction rate, according to a new study released Friday (Aug. 13). The findings, reported in “Psychological Disorder and Stigma: A 25-Year Follow-up Study in the Orthodox Jewish Community,” surveyed members of Nefesh, the International […]

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