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Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Schiffman

Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Schiffman is an assistant professor at Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education, the assistant rabbi at Kingsway Jewish Center, and a licensed psychologist practicing in Brooklyn.

Parsha: Twisted Thinking

Parsha: There’s Always Hope

Parsha: Appreciating Blessings

Parsha: Remembering and Forgetting

Parsha: Deep Work

Parsha: There’s No I In Happy

Parsha: Mind Over Milkshakes

Parsha: Judaism and Mental Health

Parsha: Unconditional Positive Regard

Parsha: Predicting Emotions

Parsha: Words Can Change Your Brain

Parsha: Positive Sleep

Parsha: Blocked Goals and Anger

Parsha: Would You Rather Be Right or Happy?

Parsha: Self Esteem and the Spies

Parsha: Limits of Conscientiousness

Parsha: Hierarchy of Needs

Parsha: Intellectual Humility

Parsha: Grit and Torah

Parsha: Portion Control

Parsha: Counting the Omer: Process and Outcome

Parsha: Assertiveness Training

Parsha: Beyond Control

Parsha: Hedging for Humility

Parsha: Biases of the Self

Parsha: Aaron’s Silence

Parsha: Spreading Positivity

Parsha: Fearless Sacrifices

Parsha: Benefits of Humor

Parsha: Being Stiff-Necked: The Dangers of Rigidity

Parsha: Multiple Intelligences

Parsha: The Limits of Authenticity

Parsha: Verbal Abuse

Parsha: Effective Feedback

Parsha: Active Hope

Parsha: The Protégé Effect: Learn By Teaching

Parsha: Confirmation Bias

Parsha: Compassionate Empathy

Parsha: The Birth Order Effect

Parsha: The Fresh Start Effect

Parsha: Mistakes Were Made

Parsha: The Dangers of Rigidity

Parsha: Moments Ripe for Anger

Parsha: Appreciating Beauty

Parsha: Knowing Nothing

Parsha: The Dangers of Groupthink

Parsha: Emotional Responsibility

Parsha: Feed Your Brain

Parsha: Fake It Until You Become It

Parsha: Deep Breaths

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