Join Gary Katz, LCSW and founder of The Center of Intimacy Recovery in NYC, and Rabbi Iggy from from the T'shuvah Center for a real conversation about the concept of MASKS: how many of us guard ourselves from truly being seen and known in the world.
When: Thursday, February 25th @ 8:00 PM EST/5:00 PM PST
Where: Virtual Live Video (via Zoom)
MASKS AND MALADJUSTMENTS
What we seek when we hide and hide what we are seeking. Covering up our authentic self through our life quest.
THE NATURE OF THE MASK
Join us for a LIVE conversation between Rabbi Iggy, Founder of T’Shuvah Center, and Gary Katz, Founder of The Center for Intimacy Recovery. They’ll be discussing the concept of MASKS: how many of us guard ourselves from truly being seen and known in the world.
What are the masks we wear? What do masks reveal, and what do they conceal? Why do we put on a front, pretending to be something other than what we truly are?
Rabbi Iggy and Gary Katz will go into why masks are so compelling, the underlying reasons we mask up, and the ways in which we can begin living more authentically and ultimately face the fear of vulnerability, abandonment and rejection. Learn how to embrace and make space for trust, resilience, and sincerity so that you can proclaim who you are and lean courageously into your authentic, meaningful life.