Since the publication of Mourning Under Glass, I have spoken extensively about my experiences—literally on three continents. While speaking about this is actually not easy for me, to paraphrase Israel’s first Chief Rabbi, Rav Avraham Yitshaq Kook, I do so not because I have the strength to speak, but because I lack the strength to remain silent. I view my book as an honest, if difficult, expression of what such horrific loss means and as an opportunity to share both something of my son’s memory as well as lessons about loss with others.

On the left you can see my upcoming schedule. If you are interested in inviting me to your community, please be in contact:

There very often may still be openings (especially for weekday slots) in my lecture schedules. Feel free to inquire if you see that I'm in your area.

Also note: I am often asked to lecture on Jewish medical ethics as well--something I am more than happy to do.