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Sunday, June 7 • 8:30pm - 9:30pm
The psychologist and the rabbi are In

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Is it ever OK to lie in a relationship? Can you ever speak about another person behind their back? Should you always admit wrongdoing and seek forgiveness, even when doing so would hurt the person you wronged? Should you tell someone a difficult medical diagnosis? And much more!

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avatar for Jacqueline Ninio

Jacqueline Ninio

Jacqueline Ninio was ordained as a rabbi in 1998 and has been at Emanuel Synagogue since then. She was the synagogue’s first female rabbi and the third Australian-born woman to receive rabbinic ordination. She has an interest in midrash and liturgy and has a passion for storyte... Read More →
avatar for Amanda Gordon

Amanda Gordon

Clinical Psychologist, Armchair Psychology
Amanda has been confronted with every question imaginable over decades of psychology practice and talkback radio. A past president of the Australian Psychological Society, an advocate for her profession for asylum seekers, a founder of the Bendi Lango Indigenous bursary for psychologists... Read More →


Sunday June 7, 2020 8:30pm - 9:30pm AEST
ROOM 3