Soul Sickness? Ultra-Orthodox Battle Mental Health Stigma

Whether they stay close to home or venture further afield, the ultra-Orthodox are becoming increasingly open to seeking treatment for psychological disorders, and thus to speaking the universal 'language of the soul.' A glimpse at an old-new psychiatric facility for Bnei Brak's masses.

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BNEI BRAK – Standing tall in the center of this ultra-Orthodox city in central Israel, the state-of-the-art psychiatric facility, which is due to open within six months, has something to say: It states...