Shura Saul, Ed.D. LCSW, is a gerontologist, social worker, consultant, college professor, kindergarten and music teacher, poet, and community activist. As a teacher she has taught undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate courses in all the well-known colleges and universities in New York City. As an educator she has developed training curricula for health care administrators, certified nurse’s aides, and volunteer ombudsmen in New York State. As a practitioner she has worked with both well and frail elderly individuals and groups, as well as with families and young people. As a consultant and training specialist, she has conducted workshops, teach-ins, and training sessions in a number of venues in the U.S. as well as in Scotland, U.K, and Israel. The has published more than 75 professional papers and authored three full-length books, in addition to several more on which she has collaborated with fellow professionals.
Jennifer Rosvally, MSW, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, social worker, singer, poet, dancer, wife and mother of three. In her private psychotherapy practice since 1986, she works with individuals, groups, couples and families using an eclectic approach. She leads ongoing workshops for her community on a number of mental health topics. Certified in field instruction, she has taught MSW students from various graduate schools in the New York areas for many years. She has conducted workshops at national conferences such as the American Society for Aging and the American Group Psychotherapy Association.