Safety and Unsafety in Jewish Life: In Conversation with Tikvah Womack
Session theme: Safety in Orthodox Life
About the Facilitator:
Tikvah (Nadia) Womack is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and an Expressive Arts Therapist, specializing in trauma and cultural sensitivity. Utilizing arts and with a 20-year span of experience in the mental health field, Tikvah’s clinical experience ranges from inpatient, shelters, partial hospital, in-home therapy, and outpatient settings conducting individual, family, and group therapy with range in diagnosis. Tikvah develops, facilitates, and consults groups across the developmental spectrum, professional trainings, and community and affinity conversations.
Tikvah currently works at an outpatient community agency. Tikvah lives, works, worships, and plays in Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, two young sons, and Kerry Blue Terrier. She is a part of a vibrant and large Jewish community and is a board member of diverse and growing modern orthodox synagogue Ner Tamid Greenspring Valley Congregation. In addition to her love of family, work, identity, and community, Tikvah currently loves roller skating, music, and Valerie Wilson Wesley novels.
This program is part of the series, In Conversation: Safety and Unsafety in Jewish Life. Read more about the series here.