Jacob L. Freedman, MD, is a psychiatrist and a business consultant based in Jerusalem, Israel. His new book, Off The Couch, is available from Menucha Publishers and Dr. Freedman can be most easily reached via his website: drjacoblfreedman.com
Dr. Jacob L. Freedman
We're all Jews playing on the same team.
There is nothing more precious in Jewish law than human life.
Coronavirus musings from a psychiatrist, six months deep into the pandemic.
How to stay sane and healthy if you're in quarantine.
Depression and burnout are common amongst doctors. Here’s why Maimonides and I buck the trend.
A true story for any Jew who ever felt their name was too Jewish or that wearing a kippah wasn't cool.
An open letter to the students of Tufts from one of its Assistant Professors.
Most people thought we were out of minds to move to Israel. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Like a shofar, the alarm pierced the air, warning us of a security breech in our Israeli community.
For starters, it keeps me sane.
We are living in an age of wonder and hope.
Haman, jealousy and the curse of never having enough.
Making parenting a top priority.
The world will miss his eccentric, musical genius.
Hanukkah reminds us how grateful we must be that everything works.
How to bring happiness into your life.
As a doctor and as a Jew, I am against physician-assisted suicide.
Effective tips on how to uproot this destructive force from your life.
All of us can do something.
Boycotting the narrow-minded bigotry of a creative genius.
An addict uses Judaism’s ancient method to move forward after addiction.
A psychiatrist offers insights into prioritizing family life this Rosh Hashanah.
The police officer was in no mood for excuses. I was caught red-handed.
A Harvard-trained psychiatrist working on a locked ward strives to find the good in his patients.
Their poetry can touch the deepest realms of the Jewish soul.
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