Fields Center - Support Programs
The Harvey J. and Sybil A. Fields Center provides calm in the frantic world of Los Angeles—offering Jewish guidance for parent-child dynamics, significant relationships, marital support, interfaith issues, aging, illness, grief and loss. All programs take place at the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Campus, 11661 W. Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90064 (entrance on Barrington Ave.).
View our Calendar of Events to find upcoming dates for the events below.
Making Marriage Work (Nine Tuesdays Plus One Private Session)
Facilitated by Neil Einbund MFT, PhD
Dr. Neil Einbund provides a safe, open environment for couples to share, develop, and enrich their loving relationship prior to marriage. Couples strengthen their communication skills, Jewish values, and hopes for a successful marriage. Co-sponsored by the American Jewish University and Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
Contact Caroline Cohen (310) 440-1566
Spousal Bereavement Support (Tuesdays)
Bereavement support is offered to widows and widowers for the first two years of their loss. Four groups are offered based upon the number of months from the death of a loved one and are facilitated by licensed therapists. This program is non-profit and non-denominational.
7:00 p.m. - Orientation
7:00-7:30 p.m. - Coffee and social time
7:30 - 9:00 p.m. - Group Meeting
Individuals and groups, please call to make an appointment for an orientation.
Fees and Orientation: One-time-only orientation fee for all groups: $50.
Fee for each group is $30 per session. Other arrangements can be discussed if needed.
For more information please contact HOPE Connection directly:
(818) 788 - HOPE (4673)
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group (Second Wednesday of the Month)
Facilitated by the MISS/TCF Foundation
The MISS/TCF Foundation support group is organized to provide comfort, validation, and compassion for bereaved parents after a pregnancy or infant loss of any kind, for any reason. The group is conducted in a safe environment, where grieving families are able to share their experiences or just come to listen.
For information, contact Sari Edber at firstname.lastname@example.org