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September 02, 1977 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MACK PITT
and
His Orchestra

358-3642

FELDBRO

Therapy Program for Children
Expanded by Family Service

A pilot group activity ther-
e apy program for children
started this summer by the
Jewish Family Service has
been so successful that par-
ticipants are being selected

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for new groups starting
next month.
The first group, which
began in July, involved five
boys, age 10 and 11. The
boys, some of whom are
also in individual therapy,
met together with group
workers' for 1 1/2 to two
hours weekly.
"The focus in group activ-
ity therapy is on doing
things, rather than just talk-
ing, although the group
does that too," said Samuel
Lerner, JFS executive direc-
tor.
"The children all have
problems—such as getting
along- with others, for in-
stance—and in a group situ-
ation they can see their
own difficulties more clear-
ly and learn from the other
members. The group can
help them work on their
problems and change their
behavior."
The groups starting next
month will include girls and
children as young as 6, Ler-
ner said.
Staffers from the Or-
chards, a residential child
treatment center in Li-
vonia, are working with the
JFS in the program.
For information, contact
Lerner at the Jewish Fam-
ily Service, 24123 Green-
field, Southfield, 559-1500.

In spite of all the injury
the Egyptians did to the
Jews. the Mosaic Law
treats them leniently. as is
proven by the Bible saying:
"Thou shalt not abhor an
Egyptian. because thou
wast a stranger in his
land."
—The Talmud

If you insist you're right
long enough, you'll be
wrong.

Friday September 2, 1977 41



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