Facing Order and Chaos

The first step to develop a healthy relationship with yourself is to tap into self compassion and your intrinsic greatness.

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Jewish law is organized into three meta concepts – our relationship towards God, others, and ourselves. This class outlines how to create a meaningful relationship with ourselves. The first step is developing a sense of self compassion taping into your intrinsic greatness. The second step is protecting yourself from falling into a superficial ideology holding you back from building a better you. At the root of this work is tackling the inherent paradoxes in our lives so they don’t pull us apart in different directions.

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About The Author


Raised in a rural farm town in Iowa, Yonasan Bender, L.C.S.W. combines small town values with powerful training. He provide clients with cutting-edge empirical knowledge, empathy, and timeless wisdom.

Yonasan’s a graduate of Hebrew University’s Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare. He completed post graduate training in a wide array of therapeutic approaches. These approaches range from CBT to Psychodynamic therapies. Before Hebrew University, he studied at Washington University in St. Louis and Drake University. Yonasan majored in philosophy and ethics.

Yonasan is a member of the Association For Contextual Behavioral Science. He’s a key member of the clinical team at The Place, the Jerusalem Centre for Emotional Wellbeing. Yonasan is a Dialectical Behavioral Therapist skills trainer at Machon Dvir. He’s also a group leader for the National Educational Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder’ Family Connections program.

He specializes in treating anxiety, depression, anger, poor self-esteem, insomnia, and marital conflict. He has an extensive background working with individuals, couples, families, and children.

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