Members = $30/series | Non-Members = $60/series
Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00 PM, October 12 to November 16, 2022
We are thrilled to partner with Dr. Tova Rubin for an incredible opportunity to parents and support persons of adults with disabilities. In this 6-part series, we will explore 3 main concepts: Caregiver Fatigue and How to Avoid it, Coping with Ambiguous Loss, and Self-Compassion.
Dr. Tova Rubin is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice. She has worked in a variety of settings including public and private Psychiatric Hospitals, Community mental health facilities-both inpatient and outpatient, University Counseling Services, as well as Emergency Rooms.
Dr. Rubin moved to the Washington DC area in 2015 and opened a psychotherapy practice. She is currently a clinical faculty at George Washington University. Dr. Rubin is also a hospice volunteer and involved in grief and end of life issues, in particular issues of caregiving.
Dr. Rubin facilitates a caregiver support group, is a hospice volunteer, and gives lectures and workshops on the Art and Science of Caregiving as well as Positive Psychology.
This series has been made possible due to the generous support of Lisa Benjamin.