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From Boys to Men

Finally! A book that integrates the Torah’s wisdom and cutting-edge psychological research to provide a comprehensive approach to educating and supporting our sons and students regarding: health and safety, puberty, marital intimacy, and today’s challenges to kedushah.


“Created with the utmost sensitivity and consideration of kedushas yaldei Yisrael at the behest of Gedolei Yisrael. This work has the haskamos of…Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky, shlita, and Rav Aharon Feldman, shlita… [It] should be utilized as an important tool in the chinuch of our children.”

Rav Elya Brudny, shlita


“A great chinuch tool for our parents and mechanchim and will help them to impart the beauty, no’am, and simchah of the derech haTorah to our bachurim, who are eagerly awaiting our hadrachah in these areas… [An] exceptional resource, which will be of great benefit to our children and talmidim.”

Rav Yaakov Bender, shlita


“A crucial component… [By] educating our children, and being there as ongoing supports, we can save our young men and their families.”

Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, zt”l


Dr. Shloimie Zimmerman, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who founded and directs Child and Adult Psychological Services PLLC, a multi-disciplinary group mental health practice. A world-renowned speaker and consultant to many non-profits in the fields of child development, education, abuse prevention, and trauma, Dr. Zimmerman is also the Chair of Amudim’s advisory board and Chair of Magen New York’s clinical advisory board. He enjoys community work and cofounded Congregation Sons of Israel, where he served as president and gabbai for twelve years. His hobbies include reading and falling asleep while watching documentaries. Dr. Zimmerman and his wife, Devora, are residents of Queens, New York, and the parents of four unique and precocious children.

From Boys to Men

SKU: 8281
  • From Boys to Men

    Guiding Our Sons And Students In The Ways Of Kedushah

    By: Dr. Shloimie Zimmerman
    Dimensions    6X9
    ISBN    9781957579207
    Author    Dr. Shloimie Zimmerman
    Publisher    Mosaica Press
    Number of pages    183
    Item #    8281
    Binding type    Hard Cover
    Weight    1.090000 lbs.

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