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March 29, 1996 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-29

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nected to their heritage than
their peers in different parts of
the world. It has much to do
with the Holocaust, she says.
Her address is co-sponsored
by the Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter, the Children of Holocaust
Survivors Association in Michi-
gan, the Sinai Hospital Program
for Holocaust Survivors and
Families, the Michigan Psycho-
analytic Foundation and the
JCC.
On April 6, Dr. Gampel will
meet with the foundation's com-
mittee of Arabs, Chaldeans and
Jews. She will speak about her
work with Arab women in the
West Bank, as well as Arab
mental-health professionals in
Gaza.
"In Israel and in metropolitan
— Dr. Marvin Margolis
Detroit, we're forging links in
the areas of clinical work and
"We've really been focusing education. The more we can
on how we can understand one learn about the cultural back-
another and what we can do in grounds impacting our emo-
terms of mental health," Dr. tional problems, the better,"
says Dr. Marvin Margolis, pres-
Kulish says.
Toward that end, the foun- ident-elect of the American Psy-
dation (a group with a heavily choanalytic Association.
Dr. Kulish believes a thor-
Jewish membership) has invit-
ed an Israeli psychoanalyst to ough understanding of a peo-
speak at the Jewish Communi- ple's culture is critical to helping
ty Center on Sunday, April 7, at individuals surmount'psycho-
logical challenges.
7:30 p.m.
"It becomes part of your
The speaker, Dr. Yolanda
Gampel, has worked with pores," she says. "Culture affects
victims of violence: survivors the way you relate to the oppo-
of concentration camps, the site sex, to your parents. It gives
Arab/Israeli conflict, Latin you your language, which helps
American terror and the Gulf you form your ideas and orga-
nize your thinking. Culture af-
War.
At the April 7 event, Dr. fects how you see the world." ❑
Gampel will address the Holo-
For more information about
caust's impact on the mental
upcoming present,ations by Dr.
health of today's Jewish popu-
Gampel, call the Michigan Psy-
lations. She will explore the rea-
choanalytic Foundation at (810)
sons young Jews of some
851-3380.
countries become more con-

ancy Kulish, a psychoan-
alyst in Birmingham, con-
siders American Jews,
Arabs and Chaldeans
more similar than different.
She points to shared issues of
immigration, acculturation and
prejudice. Each group has strug-
gled, Dr. Kulish says.
In an attempt to further ex-
plore these commonalities, the
Michigan Psychoanalytic Foun-
dation has created a committee
of mental health professionals
from all three cultural back-
grounds.

"The more we can
learn the better."

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cluded the following:
Also selling wines that are kosher for Passover:
Spitzer's Hebrew Book and Gift Center in the Har-
vard Row shopping center at 21770 W. 11 Mile Road in
Southfield stocks over 1,000 bottles of wines that are kosher
for Passover. They include 140 varieties from Kedem,
Cannel, Kesser, J. Furst, Weinstock, Gamla, Yarden and
Rashi.
Borenstein's Book and Music Store in the Royal Plaza
at 25242 Greenfield Road in Oak Park stocks thousands of
bottles of wine in 110 varieties that are kosher for Passover.
The only wines the store doesn't sell are Manischewitz and
Mogen David.

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