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NAJC December 2007 Newsletter

This article, written by Rabbi Myrna Matsa, was published in the December 2007 National Association of Jewish Chaplains (NAJC) Newsletter. Rabbi Matsa is a rabbi and pastoral-trauma counselor serving in support of clergy in Mississippi, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans through a partnership between the United Jewish Communities and the New York Board of Rabbis.

Caregiving for Caregivers

This article by Rabbi Myrna Matsa was published in Network News Winter 07-08 5768 Volume 13, No. 2, published by United Jewish Communities, disseminated to UJC's Network of Independent Communities. Rabbi Matsa is a rabbi and pastoral-trauma counselor serving in support of clergy in Mississippi, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans through a partnership between the United Jewish Communities and the New York Board of Rabbis.

A New Model for Disaster Chaplaincy

This article was written By Rabbi Myrna Matsa for the Fall 2007 edition of Journal of Jewish Communal Service. The entire volume focused on Disaster and Disaster Planning. Rabbi Matsa is a rabbi and pastoral-trauma counselor serving in support of clergy in Mississippi, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans through a partnership between the United Jewish Communities and the New York Board of Rabbis.

Three Month Review Hurricane Katrina Relief by Rabbinic Pastoral Counselor Rabbi Myrna Matsa

Rabbi Myrna Matsa wrote this three month review (19 months after Katrina) of her work in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. This review was published in the July-August 2007 issue of "Mann About Town" (pages 34-35). Rabbi Matsa is a rabbi and pastoral-trauma counselor serving in support of clergy in Mississippi, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans through a partnership between the United Jewish Communities and the New York Board of Rabbis.

Sermon for Yom Kippur 5768 - What this Fast is about

Rabbi Myrna Matsa wrote this sermon for Yom Kippur 5768 (2007). Rabbi Matsa is a rabbi and pastoral-trauma counselor serving in support of clergy in Mississippi, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans through a partnership between the United Jewish Communities and the New York Board of Rabbis.