Resources for Support Following July 4th Shooting

Resources for Support Following July 4th Shooting

Beth El Therapist Volunteers

The following congregants who are clinical social workers or psychologists have offered counceling at no charge to our members. Here are their bios and contact information. 

Susan Millner is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in working with adults, couples, and families. She is passionate about working with parents in general and families of children with disabilities and/or medical issues in particular. She can be of particular help to those families who attended with children.

Dr. Mark Mosk completed is a clinical psychologist and highly trained clinician. Dr. Mosk has treated thousands of patients with a variety of behavioral health disorders over his career. He specializes in treating adults with complex depression and anxiety, especially those due to trauma or associated medical conditions. He is available for counseling for any individual that needs.

Dr. Audra Kaplan   is available to meet with parents, caregivers and other professional providers in coping with their trauma while caring for others.  Dr. Kaplan has clinical experience across the age span and specifically in working with individuals with disabilities.

Fran Shapiro is trained as a school psychologist and has worked in both private clinic and public school settings for 20 years. Fran specializes in supporting individuals with disabilities, particularly autism, in both  1-1 and family settings. She has experience with children ages 3 years to young adulthood. 

Dr. Stephen Tovian is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. He is a highly trained clinician in private practice and uses psychotherapy to treat anxiety, trauma, depression and pain. 

Nina Harris has over 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults in her private practice as well as in other Jewish settings (Camp Ramah and Chicago Jewish Day School).  She can provide individual therapy or work with a group or family.  Her office is in downtown Highland Park.

United Hatzalah Psychotrauma Team
Dr. Einat Kaufman – Please contact her by WhatsApp (+972 52-5293377) and she will arrange an appointment.

Our July 5th In-Person Service for Healing

In Support of Children Who are Struggling or Overwhelmed by Incident

As well as these helpful downloads from JCFS:

• Resource 1 • Resource 2 • Resource 3

JCFS Resources

Highland Park Resources

A Message of Comfort From Rabbi Kurtz