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Karen Wolfers-Rapaport

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Karen Wolfers-Rapaport, a proud mother, is an educator and psychotherapist specializing in Narrative Therapy. She holds a BA from UCLA, and an MA in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. Karen teaches groups throughout Israel in companies, governmental agencies, and schools. Her new project, an Israeli "think-tank", aims to unify students from different cultural and religious backgrounds.
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