Phantom Limb

The Filmmaker As Therapist

Jay Rosenblatt and the healing power of cinema.
10/04/2010 - 20:00
Special To The Jewish Week

 Jay Rosenblatt’s parents would probably have wanted him to be a doctor. After all, that’s what Jewish parents of baby boomers usually wanted for their kids in Sheepshead Bay. And Rosenblatt, born there in 1955, almost accommodated them. He was a mental health therapist for several years, working in hospitals and leading group therapy sessions. He was working towards his master’s degree in counseling when the lightning bolt hit him.

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