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Hanukkah & the Jewish Faith

Hannukah, the festival of lights, is an important holiday for the Jewish community and is celebrated around the globe. Join our panel on the 14th of December as part of myGwork's exploration and celebration of faith and LGBTQ+ people of faith, to find out more about this holiday and the experiences of the LGBTQ+ Jewish community. 

This panel is sponsored by S&P Global.

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  • Chai-Yoel Korn
    Chai-Yoel Korn
    Psychotherapist and Supervisor
    Chai-Yoel Korn Psychotherapy
    My name is Chai-Yoel Korn. I identify as non-binary, and my gender pronouns are they/them. I describe myself as a relational body and trauma psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, passionate expert speaker, trainer, author; LGBTQIA+ and HIV activist and ally; politically left-thinking; a 3rd generation Holocaust survivor; a secular Jew; genderqueer, and queer-thinking. I have worked in the LGBTQ+ community for 24 years and have 14 years experience of offering psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and groups aged 16+. My specialisms include relational body psychotherapy; gender, sexuality and relationship diversity (GSRD); trauma therapy; and youth counselling for those aged 16+. I offer both short-term and long-term psychotherapy where your well-being is my priority. I am an accredited member of the National Counselling Society. My private practice is based in North London and via Zoom in English. I feel the one positive thing that has come out of the Covid-19 pandemic has been that through mediums like Zoom we have made access to psychotherapy easier and more secure. As an intercultural psychotherapist I am excited to work with other cultures across the globe.
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    Dalia Fleming
    Dalia Fleming
    Executive Director at KeshetUK
    Dalia is an experienced trainer, public speaker, and programme manager, drawing upon a strong volunteer and local government background. Whilst in local government their work varied from child poverty policy to IT programme management. Her work often reaches those who have not traditionally considered or engaged with LGBT+ inclusion. In her role as KeshetUK’s first Executive Director, they work to build constructive, supportive relationships with organisations across all Jewish denominations, understanding that each group comes from a different starting point.
  • Michael Lustig
    Michael Lustig
    senior editor
    S&P Global
    I'm an editor of business and policy news in the energy commodities sector.
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