Rachel Adler
Rachel Adler (born 1943 in Chicago) is professor of Modern Jewish Thought and Judaism and Gender at Hebrew Union College, at the Los Angeles campus. Adler was one of the first theologians to integrate...
Lily Montagu
Lilian Helen "Lily" Montagu, CBE (22 December 1873 − 22 January 1963) was the first woman to play a major role in Progressive or Reform Judaism.
Lily Montagu was the sixth of ten children born to ...
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Abraham Low
Abraham Low (1891–1954), was a Jewish-American neuropsychiatrist noted for his work establishing self-help programs for the mentally ill, and criticism of Freudian psychoanalysis.
He was born Febr...
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Abraham Low Self-Help Systems
Abraham Low Self-Help Systems (ALSHS) is a non-profit organization formed from the merger of Recovery International and the Abraham Low Institute. ALSHS facilitates the estimated 600 worldwide Recover...
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Recovery International
Recovery International (formerly Recovery, Inc., often referred to simply as Recovery or RI) is a mental health self-help organization founded in 1937 by neuropsychiatrist Abraham Low in Chicago, Illi...
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