On behalf of Barnard College, I want to extend thanks for your participation in our program and for your knowledge and wisdom. All who attended are richer for it.”
-- Ann Goodstein, V.P. Barnard Business and Professional Women
“The Marymount Manhattan College wishes to thank you for your enlightening and fascinating classes. They were thrilling and exciting and we look forward to your next class with great anticipation.”
-- Adrienne R. Karlin, Program Chairman, Marymount Manhattan College
"Dr. Shoshanna's classes and workshops dealing with psychology, counseling and spirituality are of the highest caliber, as is her meaningful work with the seriously ill, their families and support staff. She displays great commitment, enthusiasm, and unique concern for the welfare of others. She is an outstanding source of strength, wisdom and comfort to those in need."
- - Haskel Fleishaker, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Chief, Emergency Radiology, New York University School of Medicine
"Along with being a versatile, creative, warm and truly excellent teacher, Dr. Shoshanna is a caring and unique human being. She is always available to help and give of herself openly. She is especially able to reach out and address the various concerns of the students. Dr. Shoshanna is one of our most favorite professors and friends and The Seminary would certainly be a different place without her.”
-- Rabbi Joseph Gelberman, Founder and Director All Faith Seminary
Dr Shoshanna taught the Death and Bereavement course in my Gerontology Certificate Program at Marymount College. She was an outstanding teacher who brought depth, compassion and practicality to the course based on her extensive experience with and writing about the psychology of illness and suffering. The course was enriched by her broad perspective and knowledge of Eastern and Western spiritual traditions and practices."
-- Bernard Starr, PhD, Director of Gerontology and Co-Executive Director of The Center for Learning and Living, Marymount Manhattan College