Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Dr. Tony Bellen’s heart warming talk about about people who recalled positive events during the Holocaust and how these events remain with them to this day.
In his book After Auschwitz, Dr. Bellen, explores the “unasked question” of the possibility of perceived positive experiences during the Holocaust. The survivors’ stories, relayed 50 years later, serve as a testament to the human spirit even under horrific circumstances.
Tony, an American born Israeli, is a world renowned speaker. He earned his doctorate from the department of criminology at Bar Ilan University after working for the Israeli Prison System as head of the Social Services and Rehabilitation Department for over 20 years. He is a practicing psychotherapist.
Tony and his wife Shoshana are good friends of Susan and Norbert (z”l) Zeelander. They are completing a month-long stay in the U.S. and are staying for a few days at Susan’s house for a few days.
The talk will be held in the Chapel and is free of charge.