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ד"ר אסנת זמיר

Dr. Osnat Zamir
מרצה
02-5881805
osnat.zamir@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 531
תחומי מחקר עיקריים: תקשורת משפחתית במצבי לחץ, טראומה ומשבר

קרא עוד

Osnat Zamir

E-mail: osnat.zamir@mail.huji.ac.il

 

Higher Education

2011-2016                   Postdoctoral Studies (The Institute for Translational Research in
                                      Children’s Mental Health and Department of Family Social Science,                                                  University of Minnesota, U.S.A)

2008- 2012                  Ph.D., (School of Social Work, University of Haifa, Israel)

2002-2006                   M.A., (The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare,                                                  Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (summa cum laude))

1999-2002                   B.A., (The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare,                                                    Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (summa cum laude))

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships (Within the Past Five Years)

 

2019             The Military Family Research Institute 2019 Excellence Award in Research on
                     Military and Veteran Families for the paper  “After deployment, adaptive parenting
                     tools: 1- year outcomes of an evidence-based parenting program for military
                     families following deployment” 

2017             Golda Meir Fellowships Award

 

  Appointments at the Hebrew University

2016              Lecturer, The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew                            University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2017            Joint Foundation Research Grant for Young Scholars. Israel. Project Title: The Role
                     of Couple Communication in the Dyadic Effects of PTSD on Marital Quality among
                     at Risk Military Families Following Deployment to war.
                   
 Role: PI (10,000$)

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

Journal Articles

Zamir O. (2021). Childhood maltreatment and relationship quality: A review of type of abuse and mediating and protective factors. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse. doi:10.1177/1524838021998319

Szepsenwol O, Shai D, Zamir O, Simpson JA. The effects of morbidity-mortality and economic unpredictability on parental distress: A life history approach. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 2021;38(1):189-209. doi:10.1177/0265407520959719

Zamir, O., Gewirtz, A. H., & Zhang, N., Cheng, C.H., and Lavee, Y. (in press). Psychological distress and communication quality in military couples after deployment to war. Journal of Family Psychology.                      

Zhang, N., Piehler, T., Gewirtz, A., Zamir, O. & Snyder, J.(2020). Relationships between mindfulness facets and anger in military couples: An actor-partner interdependence analysis. Journal of Family Therapy 46 (1),  

Zamir, O.,  Gewirtz, A. H.,  Dekel, R.,  Lavi, T.,  Tangir, G. (2020). Mothering under political violence: Posttraumatic symptoms, observed maternal parenting practices, and child externalizing behavior. International Journal of Psychology, 55, 123-132.

Pat-Horenczyk, R.,Zamir, O.,  Schiff, M., Yochman, A., Lerner, M., Brickman, S. & Brom, D. (2020). Long-term impact of maternal posttraumatic symptoms on children’s regulatory functioning: A 4-year follow-up study. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy, 12,  131–137.

Gewirtz, A. H., Snyder, J.,Zamir, O.,  Zhang, J., & Zhang, N. (2019). Effects of the after deployment: Adaptive Parenting Tools (ADAPT) intervention on fathers and their children: A moderated mediation model. Development and Psychopathology, 31, 1837-1849.

Szepsenwol, O., Zamir, O., Simpson, J. A. (2019). The effect of early-life harshness and unpredictability on intimate partner violence in adulthood: A life history perspective. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships ,36, 1542-1556

Tangir, G., Dekel, R.,Lavi, T., Gewirtz, A. H., Zamir, O.(201). The contribution of the child's gender, maternal care and community type to behavioral problems and post-traumatic symptoms in children exposed to ongoing security threat. Journal of Welfare and Society, 38, 481-507. (Hebrew).

Zamir, O.,  Szepsenwol, O., Englund, M. M., & Simpson, J. A. (2018). The role of dissociation in revictimization across the lifespan: A 32-year prospective study. Child Abuse & Neglect, 79, 144-153.                              

Gewirtz, A. H.,DeGarmo, D. S.,& Zamir, O. (2018). After Deployment, Adaptive Parenting Tools: One-year outcomes of an evidence-based parenting program for military families. Prevention Science, 19, 589-599.

Zhang, N., Rudi, J., Zamir, O., & Gewirtz, A. H. (). Parent engagement in online mindfulness exercises within a parent training program for post-deployed military families. Mindfulness, 9, 725-736.

Zamir, O.,  Gewirtz, A. H.,  Labella, M.,  DeGarmo, D. S., & Snyder, J. J.  (2018). Experiential avoidance, communication, and marital quality in intimate relationships of military couples. Journal of Family Issues, 39 . 1191-1212.                

Gewirtz, A.H.,DeGarmo, D.,& Zamir, O.(2018). Testing a military family stress model. Family Process, 57, 415-431.

Tangir, G.,Dekel, R.,Lavi, T.,Gewirtz, A. H., Zamir, O.(2018). Children's adjustment in a climate of political violence: Comparing mother and child reports. Journal of Child and Family Studies,27, 131-140.               

Zamir, O., Gewirtz, A. H.,  & Zhang, N. (2017). Actor–Partner associations of mindfulness and marital quality after military deployment. Family Relations, 66, 412-424.

Tangir, G.,Dekel, R.,  Lavi, T.,Gewirtz, A. H., Zamir, O. (2016). The contribution of maternal dimensions and community type to children's adjustment in a continuous security threat. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy, 9, 122-129.

Snyder, J. J.,Gewirtz, A. H.,Schrepfermana, L. P.,Girda, S. R.,C Quattlebauma, J., C Pauldinea, M. R., Elisha, K., Zamir, O., & Hayesa, H. (2016).  Parent–child relationship quality and family transmission of parent posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and child externalizing and internalizing symptoms following fathers' exposure to combat trauma. Development and Psychopathology, 28, 947-969. 

Zamir, O.,  & Lavee, Y.  (2016). Emotional regulation and revictimization in women’s intimate relationships. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 31, 147–162.  3.064; 5/46 (Family Studies) Q1; 4.       

Gewirtz, A. H.,  DeGarmo, D. S., & Zamir, O. (2016). Effects of a military parenting program on parental distress and suicidal ideation: After Deployment Adaptive Parenting Tools. Journal of Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 46, 23-31. 

Davis, L., Hanson, S., Zamir, O., Gewirtz, A. H.,  & DeGarmo, D. S. (2015). Associations of contextual risk and protective factors with fathers’ parenting practices in the post-deployment environment. Psychological Services, 12, 250-260.

Zamir, O., & Lavee, Y. (2015). Emotional awareness and breaking the cycle of revictimization. Journal of Family Violence, 30, 675-684. doi:10.1007/s10896-015-9711-0.

 

 

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ד"ר ענת טלמון

Dr. Anat Talmon
מרצה בכיר
02-5882110
anattalmon@gmail.com
חדר 510
תחומי מחקר עיקריים: טראומה ובריאות, ייצוגי העצמי והגוף, הסתגלות למצבי משבר

 

קרא עוד

Talmon Anat

E-mail: anattalmon@gmail.com

 

Research Interests:

Self and body representations and their biopsychosocial implications

Early stressful life experiences

Physical and mental health manifestations

 

Higher Education

2018-2021                   Postdoctoral Studies (Psychology, Stanford, USA)

2015-2018                   Ph.D., direct route PhD program (Social Work, Tel-Aviv University, Israel)

2011-2014                   B.S.W., (Social Work, Tel-Aviv University, Israel (summa cum laude))

2008-2010                   B.S.C., (Animal Science, The Hebrew University, Israel)

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships (Within the Past Five Years)

 

2018-2019                   The Haruv Institute Postdoctoral fellowship

2019-2021                   Postdoctoral Scholarship, The Israel Science Foundation (grant No.82/19)

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2021                            Senior Lecturer, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

Journal Articles

Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2016). The nullifying experience of self-objectification: the development and psychometric evaluation of the Self-Objectification Scale. Child Abuse & Neglect, 60, 46-57. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2016.09.007.

Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2017). Between childhood maltreatment and shame: The role of self-objectification and disrupted body boundaries. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 41(3), 325-337. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1177%2F0361684317702503.

Christie, H., Talmon, A., Schäfer, S.K., Haan, A.D., Vang, M.L., Haag, K., Gilbar, O., Alisic, E., & Brown, E. (2017). The transition into parenthood following childhood maltreatment: A review of the literature on new parents’ experiences. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 8, 1-15. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1080/20008198.2018.1492834.

Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2018). 'Body self' in the shadow of childhood sexual abuse: The long term implications of sexual abuse on male and female adult survivors. Child Abuse & Neglect, 76, 416-425. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2017.12.004.

Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2018). “Who does this body belong to?” The development and psychometric evaluation of the Body Experience during Pregnancy Scale. Body Image, 26, 19-28. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.bodyim.2018.05.002.

Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2018). The differential role of narcissism in the relations between childhood sexual abuse, dissociation, and self-harm. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-20. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1177%2F0886260518799450.

Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2018). Chased by the past: The relation between childhood maltreatment and fear of childbirth. Sex Roles, 81(3-4), 223-234. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-018-0984-7.

Lahav, Y., Talmon, A., Ginzburg, K., & Spiegel, D. (2019). Reenacting past Abuse – identification with the aggressor and sexual revictimization. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 20(4), 378-391. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1080/15299732.2019.1572046.

Talmon, A., Horovitz, M., Shabat, N., Shechter Haramati, O., & Ginzburg, K. (2019). “Neglected moms” - the implications of emotional neglect in childhood for the transition to motherhood. Child Abuse & Neglect, 88, 445-454. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.12.021.

Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2019). The intricate role of dissociation in the relations between childhood maltreatment, self-objectification and narcissism. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 11(8), 909-918. https://psycnet-apa-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/doi/10.1037/tra0000452.

Lahav, Y., Talmon, A., & Ginzburg, K. (2019). Knowing the abuser inside and out: The development and psychometric evaluation of the Identification with the Aggressor Scale. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-24. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1177%2F0886260519872306.

Lahav, Y., Allende, S., Talmon, A., Ginzburg, K., & Spiegel, D. (2020). Identification with the Aggressor and Inward and Outward Aggression in Abuse Survivors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-24. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1177%2F0886260520938516.

Talmon, A., Finzi-Dottan, R., & Ginzburg, K. (2020). “I will love you (me) forever” – A longitudinal study of narcissism, body experience, and emotional adjustment during the transition to motherhood. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 1-12. https://psycnet-apa-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/doi/10.1037/per0000442.

Talmon, A. & Shaham-Salomon, N., & Ginzburg, K. (2020). Differentiation of the self and the body and adjustment to motherhood: A latent class analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders, 276, 287-296. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.jad.2020.07.093.

Bertele, N., Talmon, A., & Gross, J. J. (2020). Childhood maltreatment and narcissism: The mediating role of dissociation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-23. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1177%2F0886260520984404

Talmon, A., & Widom, C. S. (2021). Childhood maltreatment and eating disorders: a prospective investigation. Child Maltreatment, 1-12. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1177%2F1077559520988786.

Talmon, A., Dixon, M. L., Goldin, P. R., Heimberg, R. G., & Gross, J. J. (2021). Neurocognitive heterogeneity in social anxiety disorder: the role of self-referential processing and childhood maltreatment. Clinical Psychological Science, 1-14.
https://doi.org/10.1177%2F21677026211004452.

Talmon, A., Uysal, A., & Gross, J. J. (2021). Childhood maltreatment and adult sexuality: A 10-year longitudinal study. Archive of Sexual Behavior. (In Press)

Katz, C., Tsur, N., Talmon, A., & Nicollet, R. (2021). Beyond fight, flight and freeze: towards a conceptualization of responses to child sexual abuse based on retrospective reports of adults survivors. Child Abuse & Neglect, 112, 104905. https://doi-org.stanford.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2020.10490

 

 

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פרופ' דפנה טנר

Prof. Dafna Tener
ראשת תוכנית הבוגר ותוכנית ההשלמות למוסמך
פרופ' חבר
02-5880052
dafna.tener@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 532
תחומי מחקר עיקריים: פגיעות מיניות בילדים ובבני נוער, פגיעות מיניות בין אחים, פגיעות מיניות בקבוצת השווים, פגיעות מיניות בחברות סגורות, שיתוף פעולה פרקטיקה ומחקר

 

קרא עוד

 

Dafna Tener

E-mail: dtener@gmail.com

 

Higher Education

2003-2006 University of Haifa, School of Social Work, BA, Magna cum Laude

2006-2010 University of Haifa, School of Social Work, PhD, Summa cum Laude )Direct Doctoral Studies program), supervisors: Prof. Zvi Eisikovits & Prof. Rachel Lev-Wiesel [Manuscript # 10, 11, 14]

2012-2013 Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Crimes against Children Research Center,University of New Hampshire (supervisor: Prof. David Finkelhor(  [Manuscript # 3, 4, 5[

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2013-2019 Lecturer, The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare,The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2019 present Senior Lecturer, The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare,The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

Additional Functions

2015 Member, scientific committee, Child Maltreatment in Context: the First Haruv International Conference, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2016 Member, scientific committee, International interdisciplinary conference Child Maltreatment & Wellbeing: Contemporary issues, research & practice, University of Rijeka, Croatia

2017 Member, scientific committee, Child Maltreatment in Context: The Second Haruv International Conference, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2015-2016 Member, Scholarship Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare

2016 present Member, University Senate

2016 present Head of the Etic Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare

 

Research Grants

2009-2011 Chief Scientist Office of the Ministry of Health, Israel, "Medical clown as a buffer for psychological distress during and following genital examination in sexually abused children", 20,000 NIS [Manuscript # 2]

2013-2014 Ministry of Social welfare, Israel, "Women sexual offenders" (with Z. Eisikovitz), 20,000 NIS

2014-2016 Anita Morawetz Fund for Research on Children at Risk, "Experiences at the mothers’ unit", 50,000 USD [Manuscript # 15, 19]

2015-2016 GIF (German-Israel Foundation) Young Scientists' Program, "Statutory rape relationships: perceptions of German and Israeli adolescents and young adults on", 20,000 EUR

2019 ISF (Israel Science Foundation) Personal Research Grant, "“Fear takes over me”: Multicultural Perspectives of Educators Coping with Child Sexual Abuse ", 200,000 NIS

 

List of Publications

 

Doctoral Dissertation

Tener, D. (2010). Between me and them: Forgiving incest?!. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Haifa, Israel. Supervisors: Prof. Zvi Eisikovits & Prof. Rachel Lev Wiesel. (In Hebrew)

 

Chapters in Collections

Tener, D., & Eisikovits, Z. (2016). Forgiving incest. In A. Z. Vaizman, H. Koren, & Z. Eisikovits (Eds.), Exploring Forgiveness (pp. 75-92). Tel Aviv: Resling. (In Hebrew)

Tener D., Marmor A., Weisrose E.L., Almog-Zaken A., Filtser T.M., Turjeman S. (2020). Disclosing Sexual Abuse in Religious Communities in Israel: Lessons Learned by the Research Group on Child Sexual Abuse. In: Roer-Strier D., Nadan Y. (eds) Context-Informed Perspectives of Child Risk and Protection in Israel. Child Maltreatment (Contemporary Issues in Research and Policy), vol 10. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-44278-1_15

 

Articles in Refereed Journals

Tener, D., Lev-Wiesel, R., Lang-Franco, N. & Ofir, S. (2010). Laughing through this pain: Medical clowning during examination of sexually abused children: An innovative approach. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 19(2), 128-140.

Tener, D., Lang-Franco, N., Ofir, S. & Lev-Wiesel, R. (2012). The use of medical clowns as a psychological distress buffer during anogenital examination of sexually abused children. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 17(1), 12-22.‏

Tener, D., Walsh, W., Jones, L. & Kinnish, K. (2014). “It all depends on the guy and the girl": A qualitative study of youth experiences with statutory victimization relationships. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 23(8), 935-956.

Tener, D. & Murphy, S. B. (2015). Adult disclosure of child sexual abuse: A literature review. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 16(4), 391-400.

Tener, D., Wolak, J.& Finkelhor, D. (2015). A typology of offenders who use online communications to commit sex crimes against minors. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 24(3), 319-337.

Ofir, S., Tener, D., Lev-Wiesel, R., On, A. & Lang-Franco, N. (2016). The therapy beneath the fun: Medical clowning during invasive examinations on children. Clinical Pediatrics, 55(1), 56-65.

Tener, D., Ofir, S., Lev-Wiesel, R., Franco, N. L., & On, A. (2016). Seriously clowning: Medical clowning interaction with children undergoing invasive examinations in hospitals. Social Work in Health Care, 55(4), 296-313. [IF= 0.945; 21/40 (Social Work); 5 citations].

Eisikovits, Z., Tener, D., & Lev-Wiesel, R. (2016). Adult women survivors of intrafamilial child sexual abuse and their current relationship with the abuser. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 87(3), 216-225.

Tener, D. & Eisikovits, Z. (2017). Torn: Social expectations concerning forgiveness among women who have experienced intrafamilial child sexual abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 32(16), 2496-2514.

Tener, D. & Tarshish, N. (2017). “Victim, perpetrator, or just my brother?” sibling sexual abuse in large families: A child advocacy center study. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Advance online publication. doi:10.1177/0886260517718831.

Tener, D. (2017). Male sexual abuse: Unique aspects. Society & Welfare, 2, 343-368. (In Hebrew)

Tener, D. (2018). The secret of intrafamilial child sexual abuse: Who keeps it and how?. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 27(1), 1-21.‏

Tener, D. & Katz, C. (2018). “It's much more of a family issue than a legal one”: Examining the decision-making process of forensic interviewers in cases of sibling sexual abuse. German Journal of Pedagogy, 64, 111-124.

Tener, D. (2018). Perspectives on adolescent sexual relations with older persons: A systematic review of the literature. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse.

Tener, D ., Sorek, Y . & Schwartz, E . (2018). “I didn't know there was another life”: Meanings of life in the out-of-home mothers unit reunification program. Child and Family Social Work, 23(3), 373-380.

Nadan, Y., Roer-Strier. D., Gemara, N., Engdaw-Vanda, S., & Tener, D. (2018). In the eyes of the beholder: Parental and professional value mismatch in child risk and protection in two communities in Israel. International Journal of Psychology, 53(S2), 23-33.

Tener, D ., Luski, E. & Tarshish, N. (2018). Parents therapeutic and legal experiences after the disclosure of sibling sexual abuse: Results from analyzing cases of families in a child advocacy center. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. Advance online publication. doi:10.1037/ort000311.

Tarshish, N., Luski, E. & Tener, D . (2019). Sibling sexual abuse: Data from research on interventions with families in Jerusalem's child advocacy center. Society & Welfare, 3, 537-564. (In Hebrew)

Sorek, Y.& Tener, D . (2019). “And all I wanted was to be a mom?”: Experiences at the mothers unit. Society & Welfare, 3, 595-627. (In Hebrew).

Tener, D. (2019). “I love and hate him in the same breath”: Relationships of adult survivors of sibling sexual abuse with their perpetrating siblings. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Advance online publication. Doi: 10.1177/0886260518821462.

Tener, D. (2019). Money, status, love, and death: Sexual relations with considerably older persons in African societies—A systematic review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse. doi: 10.1177/1524838019869092

Tener, D., & Katz, C. (2019). Preadolescent peer sexual abuse: a systematic literature review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse. doi: 10.1177/1524838019869103

Tener, D., Newman, A., Yates, P., & Tarshish, N. (2019). Child advocacy center intervention with sibling sexual abuse cases: Cross-cultural comparison of professionals’ perspectives and experiences. Child Abuse & Neglect, 104259. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2019.104259

Tener, D., & Sigad, L. (2019). “I felt like I was thrown into a deep well”: Educators coping with child sexual abuse disclosure. Children and Youth Services Review, 106, 104465.

Tener, D., Katz, C., & Kaufmann, Y. (2020). “And I let it all out”: Survivors’ sibling sexual abuse disclosures. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. doi: 10.1177/0886260519897326

Tarshish, N., & Tener, D. (2020). Exemption committees as an alternative to legal procedure in cases of sibling sexual abuse: The approaches of Israeli CAC professionals. Child abuse & neglect, 105, 104088

Katz, C., Tener, D., Marmor, A., Lusky-Weisrose, E., & Mordi, H. (2020). “Yes, My Uncle, I’ll Do Whatever You Say”: Experiences of Israeli Muslim Arab Children During Forensic Interviews Following Child Sexual Abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 0886260520943732.

Katz, C., Tener, D., Nadan, Y., & Roer-Strier, D. (2020). “What’s love got to do with this?” The Construction of Love in Forensic Interviews Following Child Abuse. Children and Youth Services Review, 105223.

Katz, C., & Tener, D. (2020). My Brother’s Keeper? The Sibling Subsystem in the Context of Physical and Sexual Child Abuse. Family Process.

Lusky-Weisrose, E., Marmor, A., & Tener, D. (2020). Sexual abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community: a literature review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1524838020906548.

Kaplan, M., Lusky-Weisrose, E. & Tener, D. (2021). “I am a very passionate woman, and a very religious woman: Perspectives of religious young women regarding
their sexuality in young adulthood”. Welfare and Society, 41:1, 103-124.(Hebrew).

Katz, C., Tener, D. & Sharabi, O. Y. (2021). “Blood Pact: Professionals’ Perceptions on the Sibling Subsystem in the Context of Child Abuse”. Int. Journal on Child Malt. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42448-021-00073-x

Marmor, A., Lusky-Weisrose, E., & Tener, D. (2021). Public attitudes towards institutional child sexual abuse in Israel: The case of Malka Leifer. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 10790632211000368.

Tener, D., & Katz, C. (2021). Space-time, offender, others and me: Towards a conceptual model of child sexual abuse based on survivors’ perspectives. Children and Youth Services Review, 105800.

Katz, C., & Tener, D. (2021). My brother’s keeper? The sibling subsystem in the context of physical and sexual child abuse. Family Process, 60 (1), 186-198.

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דנה

ד"ר דנה לסרי

Dr. Dana Lassri
מרצה
02-5882203
dana.lassri@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 513

קרא עוד

Dana Lassri

E-mail: Dana.Lassri@mail.huji.ac.il

Higher Education

2014-2017                   Postdoctoral Studies, Research Department of Clinical, Educational and
                                      Health Psychology, University College London (UCL) and the Anna
                                      Freud National Centre for Children and   Families, London. UK.
                                      Combined M.A. / Ph.D. track:

2008-2014                   Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

2006-2008                   M.A., (Manga cum laude), Clinical Psychology, Department of

                                     Psychology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

2003-2006                   B.A., (Summa cum laude), Behavioral Sciences (Psychology, Sociology,                                              Anthropology), Department of Behavioral Sciences, Ben-Gurion
                                      University of the Negev.

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships

2014-2015              The Haruv Institute Postdoctoral fellowship, $38,000 for postdoctoral
                              studies abroad, $3,000 for travelling expenses.
           

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2020- present       Lecturer, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University


 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

 

2-8/2020                  Adjunct Lecturer, the MA in School/Educational counseling program, The                                         Israel Academic College in Ramat Gan.

2/2020                     Scientific board member, Child maltreatment in context: The 3rd Haruv                                            international conference on child maltreatment, Jerusalem

2019-Present              Teaching and Research Associate, Seed Center, The Academic                                                             College of Tel Aviv-Yafo.

2017 - 2019               Teaching Associate, Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Education,
                                    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

2017-Present        Research Associate (honorary). Research Department of Clinical,                                                      Educational and Health Psychology, University College London (UCL). UK

2016-2020              Head of Research and Development Unit. Developing and implementing                                       psychological interventions for adolescents and their families. Headspace
                                 Israel (mental health services for youth, ENOSH).

2014- 2017                Research Associate, Post-doctorate fellow, the Anna Freud National
                                    Centre for Children and Families, London. UK.
                                    Hosts: Prof. Peter Fonagy, Prof. Mary Target, and Prof. Patrick Luyten.

 

Research Grants

2010-2014           The Israel Foundations Trustees (IFT)- The competition for Research                                                 Grants for Doctoral Students in the Social Sciences. A research grant                                               award given to Dana Lassri (Doctoral Grant 29). ($9,500).

2015                The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)                                              Expert Support with Therapeutic Foster Care Scoping Project grant. Co-PI
                          with Prof. Patrick Luyten as PI, and Prof. Peter Fonagy, Dr. Nick Midgley,
                          and Prof. Eia Asen as Co-PIs. £8,500 ($13,300).

2016           The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)                                           Expert Support with Therapeutic Foster Care Development Project grant. Co-PI                             with Prof. Peter Fonagy as PI, and Dr. Sheila Redfern, Prof. Patrick Luyten, and                             Dr. Nick Midgley as Co-PIs. £50,000 ($74,000).

2018                  The Haruv Institute research grant. The implications of statutory rape on                                       young adults’ intimate relationship and wellbeing. Co-PI with
                           Dr. Dafna Tener ($3,500)

2020                  The Haruv Institute research grant. The ability to face the covid-19
                           pandemic crisis: focusing on emotional and intimate wellbeing, risk and                                         resilience factors, and the potential role of childhood trauma. Co-PI with Dr.                                 Ateret Gewirtz-Meydan ($3,500).

 

List of Publications

Chapters in Collections

Shahar, G., & Lassri, D. (2011). Child neglect and the family. In M. Craft-Rosenberg & S. Pehler. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Family Health. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781412994071.n63

Shahar, G., Lassri, D., & Luyten, P. (2014). Depression in chronic physical illness: A behavioral medicine approach. In D. I. Mostofsky, Wiley Blackwell handbooks of behavioral neuroscience. The handbook of behavioral medicine. (pp. 3–22). Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118453940.ch1

Contributed to Chapter Six: A Philosophy of Treatment, in Shahar, G. (2015) Erosion, Self-Made: The Psychopathology of Self-Criticism. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Lassri, D., & Shahar, G. (2012). Self-criticism mediates the link between childhood emotional maltreatment and young adults’ romantic relationships. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 31, 289-311. http://dx.doi.org/10.1521/jscp.2012.31.3.289

Lassri, D., Soffer-Dudek, N., Lerman, S. F., Rudich, Z. & Shahar, G. (2013). Self-criticism confers vulnerability to psychopathology in the face of perceived stress related to missile attacks: Three longitudinal Studies. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 6, 221-234. http://dx.doi.org/10.1521/ijct.2013.6.3.221

Soffer-Dudek, N., Lassri, D., Soffer-Dudek, N., & Shahar, G. (2015) Dissociative absorption: An empirically unique, clinically relevant, dissociative factor. Consciousness and Cognition, 36, 338-351. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.concog.2015.07.013

Lassri, D., Luyten, P., Cohen, G., & Shahar, G. (2016). The effect of childhood emotional maltreatment on romantic relationships in young adulthood: A double mediation model involving self-criticism and attachment. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 8, 504-511. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tra0000134

Hertzmann, L., Target, M., Hewison, D., Casey, P., Fearon, P., & Lassri, D*. (2016). Mentalization-based therapy for parents in entrenched conflict: A random allocation feasibility study. Psychotherapy, 53, 388-401. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pst0000092

Target, M., Hertzmann, L., Midgley, N., Casey, P., & Lassri, D*. (2017). Parents' experience of child contact within entrenched conflict families following separation and divorce: A qualitative study. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 31, 218-246. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02668734.2016.1268197

Hertzmann, L., Abse, S., Target, M., Glausius, K., Nyberg, V., & Lassri, D*. (2017). Mentalization-based therapy for parental conflict- Parenting Together; An intervention for parents in entrenched post-separation disputes. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 31, 195-217. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02668734.2017.1320685

*Last author as a leading researcher

Lassri, D., Luyten, P., Fonagy, P., & Shahar, G. (2018). Undetected Scars? Self-criticism, attachment, and romantic relationships among otherwise well-functioning childhood sexual abuse survivors. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 10, 121-129. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tra0000271

Redfern, S., Wood, S., Lassri, D., Cirasola, A., West, G., Austerberry, C., Luyten, P., Fonagy, P. & Midgley, N. (2018). The Reflective Fostering Programme (RFP): background and development of the approach. Adoption & Fostering, 42, 234-248.https://doi.org/10.1177/0308575918790434

Lassri., D*., & Desatnik, A*. (2020). Losing and regaining reflective functioning in the times of Covid-19: Clinical risks and opportunities from a mentalizing approach. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 12(S1), S38-S40. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tra0000760

(*equal first authorship contribution).

Reuven-Krispin, H*., Lassri, D*., Luyten, P., & Shahar, G. (In Press)  2020). Consequences of Divorce-based Father-absence during Childhood to Young Adult Well-being and Romantic Relationships. Family Relations (*equal first authorship contribution).

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Dr. Yochay Nadan
ראש תוכניות המוסמך
פרופ' חבר
02-5882214
yochay.nadan@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 530

 

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פרופ' יוחאי נדן

Prof. Yochay Nadan

פרופסור חבר

Higher Education

2013-2014      Post-doctoral Fellow - Department of Anthropology & Schubert Center for Child Studies, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Hosting Professor: Jill E. Korbin.

2008-2012      Ph.D. - School of Social Work, University of Haifa, Israel. Supervisor: Professor Adital Ben-Ari

2005-2006      M.A. - School of Social Work and Social Pedagogy, Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany (Cum Laude).       

2000-2004      BSW - School of Social Work, University of Haifa, Israel.

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2021-              Associate Professor, The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

2018-2021      Senior Lecturer, The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (Tenured).

2014-2018      Lecturer, The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2021-2022      Visiting Professor, School of Social Work, McGill University.

2020-2021      Visiting Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University (Sabbatical).

2019-2020      Representative of Senior Lecturers to the Senate.

2014-2020      Member, Research and Computation Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2021-2022      Joint Distribution Committee-IDC, grant for the research “Sexual abuse in the LGB community” (CO-PI with Dafna Tener), ($10,000).

2020-2022      The Israel Science Foundation (ISF), grant for the research “Attachment and relationship networks in large families: A context-informed study”  (CO-PI with Dorit-Roer-Strier), (358,000 NIS; Grant number 2119/20).

 2019-2020     German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (GIF), grant for the research “Interpretation practices in social services in diverse Western societies: Toward a conceptual model” (€28,000).

2019-2020      Otot Association, grant for the research “Transgender youth in out of home placement” (CO-PI with Michal Komem) ($10,000).

2017-2020      Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education (DEMO.IL), grant for the research “Developing modernized curricula on immigrants’ and refugees’ lives” (PI Julia Mirsky, BGU) (998,516 Euro) (With Dorit Roer-Strier)

2017-2019      The Israel Science Foundation (ISF), grant for the research “Constructions of children’s risk, well-being, and protection among social workers serving diverse communities in Israel: A context-informed study” (CO-PI with Dorit-Roer-Strier), (540,000 NIS; Grant number 1958/17).

2017-2018      Joint Distribution Committee-IDC, grant for the research “Community interpretation in the social services: An exploratory study” (CO-PI with Orna Shemer), ($10,000).

 

Publications (Within the Past Five Years):

Edited Book

Roer-Strier, D. & Nadan, Y. (Eds.) (2020). Context-Informed Perspectives of Child Risk and Protection in Israel. Springer. ISBN: 978-3-030-44277-4

Chapters in Collections

Roer-Strier, D. & Nadan, Y. (2020). Introduction: The Israeli stage for context-informed perspective on child risk and protection. In D. Roer-Strier, & Y. Nadan (Eds.), Context-Informed Perspectives of Child Risk and Protection in Israel (pp. 1–12). Springer.

Nadan, Y. & Roer-Strier, D. (2020). A context-informed approach to the study of child risk and protection: Lessons learned and future directions. In D. Roer-Strier, & Y. Nadan (Eds.), Context-Informed Perspectives of Child Risk and Protection in Israel (pp. 317–331). Springer.

Gemara. N. & Nadan, Y. (2020). Corporal punishment in the Ultra-Orthodox community in Israel: Gaps between the perceptions of social workers and fathers. In T. Shackelford (Ed.). The SAGE Handbook of Domestic Violence (pp. 701–710). Sage.

Nadan, Y., Tener, D., Gemara, N., Rozenfeld-Tzafar, N., & Sharabani, M. (in print). Culture, religion and spirituality in understanding child maltreatment: Perceptions of parents and professionals in the Ultra-Orthodox community. In C. Katz & K. Maguire-Jack (Eds.) It Takes a Village: The Evolution of Neighborhoods and Implications for Child Maltreatment. Springer.

Articles in Refereed Journals

Nadan, Y. & Ganz, Z. (2018). The perspective of Ultra-Orthodox children in Israel on risk and protection: The intersection of culture, religion, gender and age. Childhood, 25(3), 325–339.

Nadan, Y., Roer-Strier. D., Gemara, N., Engdau-Vanda, S., & Tener, D. (2018). In the eyes of the beholder: Parental and professional value mismatch in child risk and protection in two communities in Israel. International Journal of Psychology, 53(S2), 23–33.

Spilsbury, J., Nadan, Y., Kaye-Tzadok, A., Korbin, J., Jespersen, B., & Allen, B. (2018). Caregivers’ perceptions and attitudes toward child maltreatment: A pilot case study in Tel Aviv, Israel, and Cleveland, USA. International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy, and Practice, 1(1), 19–40. 

Nadan, Y. & Korbin, J. (2018). Cultural context, intersectionality, and child Vulnerability. Childhood Vulnerability Journal, 1(1-3), 5–14.

Nadan, Y., Gemara, N., Keesing, R., Bamberger, E., Roer-Strier, D., & Korbin, J. (2019). “Spiritual Risk”: A parental perception of risk for children in the Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. British Journal of Social Work, 49(5), 1198–1215.

Nadan, Y. & Kaye Tzadok, A. (2019). The virtual arena: A call for a new domain of child subjective well-being. Child Indicators Research, 12(2), 461–477.

Nadan, Y. (2019). The ethnographic interview as a method in multicultural social work education. Journal of Social Work Education, 55(2), 396–402.

Nadan, Y. (2020). Outsider witness groups as a means of professional growth in family therapy training: An exploratory qualitative study. Family Process, 59(2), 509–524.

Tsfati, M. & Nadan, Y. (2020). “The best period of my life”: The academy as a safe haven for Israeli trans students. Journal of Gender Studies, 29(3), 338–348. (Equal contribution)

Nadan, Y., Shachar, R., Cramer, D., Leshem, T., Levenbach, D., Rozen, R., Salton, N., Cramer, S. (2020). Behind the (virtual) mirror: Online live supervision in couple and family therapy. Family Process, 59, 997–1006.

Birger, L., Nadan, Y., & Ajzenstadt, M. (2020). Politicisation processes in everyday practice with refugees: The experiences of Israeli and German social workers. European Journal of Social Work, 23(6), 1019–1031.

Nadan, Y. & Roer-Strier, D. (2020). A context-informed perspective of child risk and protection: Deconstructing myths in the risk discourse. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 12, 464–477.

Tsfati, M., Nadan, Y., Biton, N., & Serdtse, Y. (2020). Fatherhood as a spatial-contextual phenomenon: Israeli gay fathers through surrogacy. Men and Masculinities. (Epub ahead of print)  https://doi.org/10.1177/1097184X19896830

Gemara, N. & Nadan, Y. (2020). “He who spareth the rod hateth his son”: Perceptions Regarding Corporal Punishment among Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Fathers in Israel. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. (Epub ahead of print) https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260520908026

Katz, C., Tener, D., Nadan, Y. & Roer-Strier, D. (2020). “What’s love got to do with it?” How children use the concept of love during forensic interviews following child abuse. Children and Youth Services Review. (Epub ahead of print) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2020.105223

Gemara, N., Nadan, Y., & Roer-Strier, D. (2020). Social workers’ constructions of child risk and protection in the Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. Journal of Social Work. (Epub ahead of print)  https://doi.org/10.1177/1468017320956966

Radis, B. & Nadan, Y. (2020). “Always thinking about safety:” African American lesbian mothers’ perceptions of risk and well-being. Family Process. (Epub ahead of print)  https://doi.org/10.1111/famp.12607

Gemara, N. & Nadan, Y. (2021). Law, value, and norm: The constitution of a culture-bound ethical dilemma in social work in the Ultra-Orthodox community. British Journal of Social Work. (Epub ahead of print) 10.1093/bjsw/bcab029  

Nadan, Y., Katz, C., Zion, T., & Wertheimer, A. (2021). High intensity parental dispute in the Jewish Ultra-Orthodox community in Israel: Perspectives of social workers and disaffiliated parents. Children and Youth Services Review, 120(105726), 1–7.

Nadan, Y. (2021). Parenting as a full time job: The experience of secular middle-class Jewish parents of transgender emerging adults in Israel. International Journal of Transgender Health. (Epub ahead of print) https://doi.org/10.1080/26895269.2021.1890300

Tsfati, M. & Nadan, Y. (2021). Queering the periphery and challenging the center: Transgender students in Israeli higher education. Gender, Place & Culture, 28(8), 566-587.

Katz, C., Nadan, Y., & Zion, T. (accepted). “Torn between two worlds”: Practitioners' perceptions of children in situations of high intensity parental dispute in the Jewish Ultra-Orthodox community in Israel. Child Indicators Research.

Birger, L. & Nadan, Y. (accepted). Social workers and refugee service users (re)constructing their relationships in a hostile political climate. Journal of Social Work.

Yona, L. & Nadan, Y. (2021). Mind the gap: Parental and professional perceptions of “risk” for children living in poverty. Child & Family Social Work. (Epub ahead of print) https://doi.org/10.1111/cfs.12840

Roer-Strier, D. & Nadan, Y. (accepted). Revisiting myths in the risk discourse in light of a context-informed perspective. Social Security: Israel Journal of Social Policy. (Hebrew)

Tsfati, M. & Nadan, Y. (accepted). Between vulnerability and resilience: Parents of transgender young adults. Family Process. (Equal contribution)

Nadan, Y., Tener, D., Gemara, N., Keesing, R., Katz, C. & Roer-Strier, D. (accepted). “All in all…it begins with love”: The meanings of parental love in the context of child risk and protection among Israeli Ultra-Orthodox Jewish parents. Child & Family Social Work.

 

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Prof. Pat-Horenczyk Ruth
פרופ' מן המניין
02-5882057
ruth.pat-horenczyk@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 509
תחומי מחקר עיקריים: טראומה, חוסן וצמיחה פוסט טראומטית

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Ruth Pat-Horenczyk

E-mail: ruth.pat-horenczyk@mail.huji.ac.il

Higher Education

1995 - 1996     Post-Doctoral Fellowship, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

1988 - 1996     Ph.D. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1982 - 1986     M.A. in Clinical Psychology (magna cum laude), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1978 - 1981     B.A. in Psychology and Educational Counselling (magna cum laude), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships (Within the Past Five Years)

June 2016        Award of the Israel Cancer Society for excellent research in Psycho-Oncology (with the team of social workers at Davidoff Center, Rabin Medical Center.

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2017 -              Full Professor, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University

2015 - 2017     Associate Professor, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University

2011 - 2015     Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University

2008 - 2017     Lecturer at Rothberg International School, (summer course), Hebrew University

2007 - 2011     Adjunct Lecturer, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University

1998 - 2006     Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2015 -  present Member, Development Committee, School of Social Work

2015 -  present Member, Research and Computation Committee, School of Social Work

2018                Evaluation researchers for the South African National Research Foundation (NRF).

2017 - present International  Research Group on Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Unaccompanied Minor Refugees, Schloss Herrenhausen, Hannover, Germany.

2001 - 2017     Research Director, Child and Adolescent Clinical Services, Meitiv- The Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma, Herzog Hospital, Jerusalem.

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2020 - present             School of Social Work, Hebrew University Internal Grant. Research on Moral Injury with Dr. Anna Harwood-Gross, post-doctorate student. (10,000 $)

2020 - present University of Alberta HREC Research Grant Competition. Research on: Moral Injury: A Comparative Study with Offspring of Holodomor and Holocaust Survivors with Larysa Zasiekina, Eastern European National University, Ukraine. ($3,550 CAD)

2019 - 2021     Joint research with Utrecht university on Continuous Traumatic Stress (7,500$ for two years)

2017 - 2021     Predicting Resilience in Breast Cancer Patients for Helping Women to BOUNCE Back – BOUNCE. Funded by Horizon 2020 (A collaborative project with Finland, Italy, Portugal, Greece and Israel (A total of 4 million Euro, 515,000 Euro for the Hebrew University).

2017 - 2018     Research Group on Trauma and Resilience: Research on Trauma violence and micro aggression among Jewish and Arab youth. Funded by the school of Social work, Hebrew University. (10,000 $).

2016 - 2017     Research Group on Trauma and Resilience. Funded by the school of Social work, Hebrew University (50,000 Shekel).

2016                The Halbert Centre’s Israeli-Canadian Faculty Collaboration Grant.

Inviting Michael Ungar from Dalhousie University in Halifax, to participated in a research workshop and a conference on Shielding youth from radicalization:

A pro-social initiative to build resilience at the Hebrew University (5,000$ from Halbert Center and 1,000$ from the Hebrew University).

2014 - 2016     The role of maternal emotion regulation in protecting children exposed to trauma: a longitudinal study of a representative sample in Israel. Funded by Herbert Bearman Foundation (94,485$ for a 2-year period).

2014 - 2015     Emotion Regulation of Mothers and Young Children under Fire: From Research to Practice. Funded by Bernard Van Leer Foundation (557,359 NIS - equivalent to 120,000 Euro for 18 months).

2012 - 2015     Children under fire: A longitudinal study on the impact of recurrent terrorism on children’s posttraumatic distress and regulatory functioning. Anita Morawetz Fund for Research on Children at Risk (45,000$ for 3 years).

2012 - 2015     A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Recurrent Terrorism on Children’s Post Traumatic Distress and Regulatory Functioning. The Israel science Foundation (ISF) (120,000 Israeli Shekel for 3 years).

 

List of Publications (Within the Past Five Years)

Edited Books

R. Pat-Horenczyk, D. Brom & J. Vogel (Eds.) (2014).Helping Children Cope with Trauma: Individual, Family and Community Perspectives. Routledge.
 

Chapters in Collections

Brom, D., Baum, N.L., Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2015). Systems of care for traumatized children: The example of a School-based Intervention model. In: M. Safir, H. Wallach & A.  Rizzo (Eds). Future directions in post-traumatic stress disorders: Prevention diagnosis and treatment (pp. 155-170). New York: Springer.

Schek, E.J., Mantovani, F., Olivia Realdon, O., Dias, J., Ana Paiva, A., Schramm-Yavin, S. & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2017). Positive Technologies for Promoting Emotion Regulation Abilities in Adolescents. In: Giokas K., Bokor L., Hopfgartner F. E (Eds) eHealth 360°. Springer International Publishing, pp.169-174. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-49655-9_23.

A. Siegel, S. Brickman, Z. Goldberg & R. Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2019). Preventing Future Terrorism: Intervening on Youth Radicalization. In: Hoven C., Amsel L., Tyano S. (Eds) An International Perspective on Disasters and Children's Mental Health. Integrating Psychiatry and Primary Care. Springer, Cham. Chapter 19 (pp. 391-417).

S. Brickman, S, Fox, M. & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2021). Self-Regulation Capacities in Children Exposed to Trauma. In: C.W. Greenbaum, M. M. Haj-Yahia & C. Hamilton (Eds.) Handbook of Political Violence and Children: Psychosocial Effects, Intervention, and Prevention Policy.  Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190874551.003.0012.

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Pat-Horenczyk, R., Sim Wei Shi, C., Schramm-Yavin, S., Bar-Halpern, M. & Tan, Li Jen (2015). BEAR - Building Emotion and Affect Regulation (BEAR): Preliminary evidence from an open trial in children's residential group homes in Singapore. Child & Youth Care Forum, 44, 175–190. (DOI:10.1007/s10566-014-9276-8).

Pat-Horenczyk. R., Cohen S., Ziv, Y., Achituv, M., Asulin-Peretz, L., Blanchard, T., Schiff, M. & Brom, D. (2015). Emotion regulation in mothers and young children faced with trauma. Infant Mental Health Journal, 36(2), 1-12. Article first published online: 30 APR 2015. DOI: 10.1002/imhj.21515.

Pat-Horenczyk, R., Perry, S., Hamama-Raz, Y., Ziv, Y., Schramm-Yavin, S., Stemmer, S.M. (2015). Posttraumatic Growth in Breast Cancer Survivors: Constructive and Illusory Processes. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 28, 214-222. DOI: 10.1002/jts.22014.

Hamama-Raz, Y., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Perry, S., Ziv, Y., Bar-Levav, R., & Stemmer, S. M. (2016). The Effectiveness of Group Intervention on Enhancing Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies in Breast Cancer Patients: A 2-Year Follow-up. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 15(2), 175-182. DOI: 10.1177/1534735415607318.

Pat-Horenczyk, R., Achituv, M., Asulin-Peretz, L., Kaminer, H., Kaplanski, N., & Rozenblatt, O. & Brom, D. (2016). Mothers and young children under fire: Comparing exposure to ongoing terror with exposure to time-limited war. Megamot 50(2), 29-54 (in Hebrew).

Pat-Horenczyk, R., Saltzman, L. Y., Hamama-Raz, Y., Perry, S.., Ziv, Y., Ginat-Frolich, R., & Stemmer, S. M. (2016). Stability and Transitions in Posttraumatic Growth Trajectories among Cancer Survivors: LCA and LTA Analyses. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, practice and policy, 8(5), 541-5419. DOI:10.1037/tra0000094.

Pat‐Horenczyk, R., Cohen, S., Ziv, Y., Achituv, M., Brickman, S., Blanchard, T., & Brom, D. (2017). Stability and Change in Posttraumatic Distress: A 7‐Year Follow‐Up Study of Mothers and Young Children Exposed to Cumulative Trauma. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 30(2), 115-124. DOI 10.1002/jts.

Saltzman, L.Y., Solomyak, L., & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2017). Addressing the Needs of Children and Youth in the Context of War and Terrorism: The Technological Frontier, Current Psychiatry Reports, 19(6), 30. DOI: 10.1007/s11920-017-0786-6.

Schiff, M., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Ziv, Y., & Brom, D. (2017). Multiple Traumas, Maternal Depression, Mother–Child Relationship, Social Support, and Young Children’s Behavioral Problems. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-23. DOI: 10.1177/0886260517725738.

Baum, N. L., Stokar, Y. N., Ginat-Frolich, R., Ziv, Y., Abu-Jufar, I., Cardozo, B. L., Pat-Horenczyk, R. & Brom, D. (2018). Building Resilience Intervention (BRI) with teachers in Bedouin communities: From evidence informed to evidence based. Children and Youth Services Review, 87 (1), pp. 186-191.

Saltzman, L. Y., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Lombe, M., Weltman, A., Ziv, Y., McNamara, T., Takeuchi, D., Brom, D. (2018). Post-Combat Adaptation: Improving Social Support and Reaching Constructive Growth Journal for Anxiety Stress and Coping, 31(4), 418-430, DOI: 10.1080/10615806.2018.1454740.

Weltman, A., Kessker, Y., Rechavi, S., Ziv, Y., Wardi, J., Pat-Horenczyk, R. & Brom, D. (2018). Peace of Mind: Building resilience and posttraumatic growth in the aftermath of combat. Harefua, 175(7), 415-418. (in Hebrew).

Hamama-Raz, Y., & Pat-Horenczyk, R., Roziner, I, Perry S. Stemmer, S.(2019). Can posttraumatic growth after breast cancer promote positive coping? A Cross-Lagged study. Psycho-Oncology. DOI: 10.1002/pon.5017.

Yochman, A. & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2019). Sensory Modulation in Children Exposed to Continuous Traumatic Stress. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma. DOI: 10.1007/s40653-019-00254-4.

Pat-Horenczyk, R., Zamir, O., Schiff, M., Yochman, A., Brickman, S., Lerner, M., & Brom, D.  (2019). Long-term impact of maternal posttraumatic symptoms on children’s regulatory functioning: a 4-year follow-up study. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. Online publication June 2019. DOI:10.1037/tra0000479.

Hamama, L., Hamama-Raz, Y., Stoker Y., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Brom, D. & Harlev-Bron, E. (2019). Burnout and perceived social support: The mediating role of secondary traumatization in nurses vs. physicians. Journal of Advanced Nursing. First published: 24 June 2019. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14122.

Pat-Horenczyk, R. & Schiff, M. (2019). Continuous Traumatic Stress and the Life Cycle: Exposure to Repeated Political Violence in Israel. Current Psychiatry Reports, 21, 71. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11920-019-1060-x.

Brom, D., Weltman, A., Rehavi, S., Wardi, J. & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2020, in press). Peace of Mind: Enhancing coping and posttraumatic growth among Israeli reservists in the aftermath of combat. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and related Disciplines.

Hamama-Raz, Y., Hamama, L., Stoker Y., Pat-Horenczyk, R. Brom, D. & Baron-Harlev, E. (2020, under review) Secondary traumatic stress and posttraumatic growth: Comparing pediatric hospital professional sectors. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.

Schek, E.J., Dias, J., Realdon, O, Schramm-Yavin, S., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Paiva, A., Mantovani, F. (2020, under review). Emoregulators and building resilience: A feasibility study. International Journal of Human Computer Studies.

Stokar, Y, & Pat-Horenczyk, R.(2020, submitted). The Dialectical Link Between Post-Traumatic Growth and Secondary Traumatic Stress: A New Perspective on Effects of End of Life Care on Medical Health Professionals. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.

BOOK CHAPTER
S. Brickman, S, Fox, M. & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2021). Self-Regulation Capacities in Children Exposed to Trauma. In: C.W. Greenbaum, M. M. Haj-Yahia & C. Hamilton (Eds.) Handbook of Political Violence and Children: Psychosocial Effects, Intervention, and Prevention Policy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190874551.003.0012.

JOURNAL ARTICLES
Brom, D., Weltman, A., Harwood-Gross, A. & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2020). Peace of Mind: Enhancing coping and posttraumatic growth among Israeli reservists in the aftermath of combat. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and related Disciplines, 57(1), 4-12.

Schiff, M., Zasiekina, L., Pat-Horenczyk, R. & Rami Benbenishty (2020). COVID-Related Functional Difficulties and Concerns Among University Students During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Binational Perspective. Journal of Community Health. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10900-020-00930-9

Hamama-Raz, Y., Hamama, L., Stoker Y., Pat-Horenczyk, R. Brom, D. & Baron-Harlev, E. (2020) Posttraumatic Growth and Burnout in Pediatric Nurses: The Mediating Role of Secondary Traumatization and The Moderating Role of Meaning in Work. Stress and Health. First published: 13 November 2020. https://doi.org/10.1002/smi.3007.

Almeida1, S., Frasquilho, D., Cotovio, G., Viana1, F., Sousa, B., Oliveira, J., Mattson, J., Marzorati, C., Roziner, I., Karademas, E., Kolokotroni, E., Stamatakos G.S., Mazzocco, K. Pat-Horenczyk, R., Poikonen-Saksela, P., Cardoso, F., & Oliveira-Maia, A. (2021). The psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on patients with early breast cancer. Annals of Oncology, 32(S2), 79.

Stokar, YN, & Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2021). Effects of end-of-life care on medical health professionals: A dialectical approach. Palliative and Supportive Care,3, 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1478951521000365

Kourou, K, Manikis, GPaula, Poikonen-Saksela, P., Mazzocco, K., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Souza, B., Oliveira-Maia, A.J., Mattson, J., Roziner, I., Marzorati, C., Kondylakis, H., Marias, K., Karademas, E., Simos, P., and Fotiadis, D.I. (2021). A machine learning-based pipeline for modeling medical, socio-demographic, lifestyle and self-reported psychological traits as predictors of mental health outcomes after breast cancer diagnosis: An initial effort to define resilience effects. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 131:104266. doi: 10.1016/j.compbiomed.2021.104266. Epub 2021 Feb 13.

Karademas, E. C., Simos, P., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Roziner, I., Mazzocco, K., Sousa, B., Oliveira-Maia, A.J., Stamatakos, G., Cardoso, F., Frasquilho, D., Kolokotroni, E., Marzorati, C., Mattson, J., Pettini, G., & Poikonen-Saksela, P., BOUNCE consortium (2021). Cognitive, emotional, and behavioral mediators of the impact of coping self-efficacy on adaptation to breast cancer: An international prospective study. Psycho-Oncology. 2021;1–8. https://doi.org/10.1002/pon.5730. First published: 16 May 2021

Pat-Horenczyk, R., Yoav S. Bergman, Schiff, M. Goldberg, A., Cohen, A., Leshem, B., Jubran, H., Worku-Mengisto, W., Berkowitz, R. & Benbenishty, R. (2021). COVID-19 related difficulties and coping among university students: The moderating role of media-related exposure and stress. European Journal of Psychotraumatology.

Other publications

Pat-Horenczyk, R. (2018). Trauma and resilience after exposure to cumulative trauma: Guidelines for early interventions. Conference reader on Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Unaccompanied Minor Refugees. Hannover, Germany.

 

 

 

קראו פחות
בןשחר

דר' בן שחר

Dr. Ben Shahar
מרצה בכיר
02-5882116
ben.shahar@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 525
תחומי מחקר עיקריים: חקירת היעילות של טיפול ממוקד רגשות (EFT) בחרדה חברתית, טראומה, דיכאון, טיפול זוגי, וביקורת עצמית גבוהה, וחקירת מנגנוני שינוי המתרחשים במהלך הטיפול.

 

קרא עוד

 

 

Ben Shahar

E-mail: Ben.Shahar@mail.huji.ac.il

 

Higher Education

2009-2012 Postdoctoral Studies (Department of Psychology, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya, Israel, Country)

2001-2009 Ph.D., (Department of Psychology, University of Arizona, AZ, USA)

1999-2001 M.A., (Department of Psychology, Springfield College, MA, USA)

1995-1999 B.A., (Physical Education and Sport Sciences, The Academic College at Wingate, Israel)

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships (Within the Past Five Years)

2018 Golda Meir Fellowship Lectureship Award, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2017 Present Senior Lecturer, Faculty, University, Country (If Applicable)

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2017 Present Member, Ethics committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

2017 Present Member, Research and Computation Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

2017 Present Director of the Emotions and psychotherapy research lab

2009 Present Founder, The Israeli Institute for Emotion-Focused Therapy.

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2019-2022 Bi-national Science Foundation. Targeting interpersonal emotion dynamics as a mechanism for increasing wellbeing in romantic couples. $300,000, Dr. Ben Shahar (Hebrew University), Dr. Eran Bar-Kalifa (Ben-Gurion University, Prof. Dave Sbarra (University of Arizona), Prof. Emily Butler (University of Arizona).

2018-2020 Prof. Milton Rosenbaum Endowment Fund for Research in Psychiatric Sciences. The role of emotional processing as a change mechanism in emotion-focused therapy for social anxiety disorder. $25,000. Ben Shahar.

2014-2018 Israel Science Foundation. The process of resolving self-criticism: Investigating the mediating role of shame. $123,000, Dr. Ben Shahar.

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

Chapters in Collections

Elliott, R., & Shahar, B. (2019). Emotion-focused therapy for social anxiety. In L. S. Greenberg & R. N. Goldman (Eds.), Clinical handbook of emotion-focused therapy (pp. 337-360). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.

Journal Articles

Borelli, J.L., Gaskin, G. E., Smiley, P.A., Chung, D., Shahar, B., & Bosmans, G. (in press). Multisystem Physiological Reactivity During Help-Seeking for Attachment Needs in School-aged Children: Differences as a Function of Attachment. Attachment & Human Development

Zilcha-Mano, S., Shahar, B., Fisher, H., Dolev-Amit, T., Greenberg, L.S., Barber, J. P. (2021) Investigating patient-specific mechanisms of change in SET vs. EFT for depression. BMC Psychiatry, 21, 787


Machluf, R., Abba Daleski, M., Shahar, B., Kula, O., & Bar-Kalifa, E. (in press). Couples Therapists’ Attitudes Toward Online Therapy During the COVID-19 Crisis. Family process.
 

Wiesel I., Shahar, B., Goldman, R., & Bar-Kalifa, E. (in press). Accuracy and Bias in Vulnerability Perceptions of Partners Undergoing Emotion Focused Therapy for Couples. Family Process.

Shahar, B. (in press). New Developments in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder. Journal of Clinical Medicine.

Borelli, J. L., Smiley, P. A., Gaskin, G., Pham, P. T., Kussman, M., & Shahar, B. (in press). Children’s and Parents’ Perceptions of Vulnerability as Weakness: Associations with Children’s Well-Being. Journal of Child and Family Studies. Advance online publication.

Halamová, J., Kanovský, M., Gilbert, P., Troop, N. A., Zuroff, D. C., Petrocchi, N., Hermant, N., Krieger, T. Kirby, J. M., Asano; K., Matos, M., Yo, F., Sommers-Spijkerman, M., Shahar, B, Basran, J., & Kupeli, N. (in press). Multiple group irt measurement invariance analysis of the forms of self-criticising/attacking and self-reassuring scale in thirteen international samples. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy. Advance online publication.

Haberman, A., Shahar, B. Zilcha-Mano S., Bar-Kalifa, E. & Diamond, G.M. (2019). Exploring the Process of Change in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Social Anxiety. Psychotherapy Research, 29, 908-918.

Halamová, J., Kanovský, M., Gilbert, P., Kupeli, N., Troop, N., Zuroff, D., Hermanto, N., Petrocchi, N., Sommers-Spijkerman, M., Kirby, J., Shahar, B., Krieger, T., Matos, M., Asano, K., Yu, F., & Basran, J. (2018). The factor structure of the Forms of Self-Criticising/ Attacking & Self-Reassuring Scale in thirteen populations. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 40, 736-751.

Adler, G., Shahar, B., Dolev, T., & Zilcha-Mano, S. (2018). The Development of the Working Alliance and Its Ability to Predict Outcome in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 206, 446-454.

Lazarus, G., & Shahar, B. (2018). The role of shame and self-criticism in social anxiety: A daily-diary design. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 37, 107-127.

Steinmann, R., Gat, I., Nir-Gottlieb, O., Shahar, B., & Diamond, G. M. (2017). Attachment-based family therapy and individual emotion-focused therapy for unresolved anger: Qualitative analysis of treatment outcomes and change processes. Psychotherapy, 54, 281-291.

Fennig S., Brunstein Klomek A., Shahar B., Sarel Z., Hadas A. (2017). Inpatient treatment has no impact on the core thoughts and perceptions in adolescents with anorexia nervosa. Early Interventions in Psychiatry, 11, 200-207.

Shahar, B., Bar-Kalifa, E., & Alon, E. (2017). Emotion-focused therapy for social anxiety disorder: Results from a multiple-baseline study. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 85(3), 238-249.

Elliott, R., & Shahar, B. (2017). Emotion-focused therapy for social anxiety (EFT-SA). Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies, 16, 140-158.

Diamond, G. M., & Shahar, B., Sabo, D. & Tsvieli, N. (2016). Attachment-based family therapy and emotion-focused therapy for unresolved anger: The role of emotional processing. Psychotherapy, 53, 34-44.

Doron, G., Szepsenwol, O. & Shahar, B. (2016). Letting it Linger: Exploring the Longitudinal Effects of Relationship-Related Obsessive-Compulsive Phenomena. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 11, 101-14.

Shahar, B., Bar-Kalifa, E., & Hen-Weissberg, A. (2015). Shame during social interactions predicts subsequent generalized anxiety symptoms: A daily-diary study. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 34, 827-837.

Shahar, B., Doron, G., & Szepsenwol, O. (2015). Childhood maltreatment, shame-proneness, and self-criticism in social anxiety disorder: A sequential mediational model. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 22, 570-579.

Shahar, B., Levit-Binnun, N., Szepsenwol, O., Zilca, S., Zamir, O., & Haim, N. (2015). A wait-list randomized controlled trial of loving-kindness meditation program for self-criticism. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 22, 346-356.

Shahar, B. (2014). Emotion-focused therapy for the treatment of social anxiety: An overview of the model and a case description. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 21, 536-547.

קראו פחות
מריםשיף

פרופ' מרים שיף

Prof. Miriam Schiff
פרופ' מן המניין
מחזיקה בקתדרה לעבודה סוציאלית על שם זינה הרמן
02-5882225
חדר 524

קרא עוד

Miriam Schiff

E-mail: Miriam.schiff@mail.huji.ac.il

 

Higher Education

2000-2001       Postdoctoral Studies School of Social Work, Columbia University, New York, USA

1993-1998       Ph.D., Psychology/ Social Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1988-1991       M.A., Psychology/ Social Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1986-1998       MSW, School of Social Work, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1980-1984       B.A., School of Social Work, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

  Appointments at the Hebrew University

2019-                    Full Professor, School of Social Work, Hebrew University of   Jerusalem

2013-2019       Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Hebrew University of   Jerusalem

2008-2013       Senior Lecturer, School of Social Work, Hebrew University of   Jerusalem

2001-2007       Lecturer, Faculty, University, Country

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2019-2020    Sabbatical, visiting scholar, Brown School of Social Work Washington
                       University at Saint Louis, MO USA

2015-2019    Chair of the Hebrew University Teaching Policy and Procedures committee

2014-2018    Member, the Committee for Non-Experimental Sciences, the Authority for
                       Research Students

2017-2018    Participant at the Hebrew University President program for academic
                       leadership       

2017-            Chair of the research group on Social Work in Health Care

2017-            Zena Harman Chair in Social Work

2016-            Member in the Resilience Research Group that focuses on trauma and resilience

2016-            Member in the Ralph Goldman Center for Social Welfare, Judaism and
                      Ethics at the School

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2020-2022                   The Israel National Institute for Health Policy Research, “Health Care teams during COVID-19: Emotional State, Functioning and Perceived Preparedness to Fight the Virus”, NIS104,593 With Dr. Hadas Rosenne, and Professor Ran Nir-Paz, Hadassa Medical Center, Jerusalem. The money stays at Hebrew University.

2019-2021                   The Israel National Institute for Health Policy Research, “Follow-up on the Process and Outcomes of Discharge Planning for Elderly Patients in Acute Care Hospitals”, 238, 426 with Dr. Hadas Rosenne and Prof. Arieh Ben Yehuda, Hadassh medical Center, Jerusalem, Prof. Gail Auslander, Hebrew University and Dr. Wendy Chen Sheba Medical Center, Ramat Gan. The money stays at Hebrew University.

2015-2018                   Ministry of Defense- Department of Families and Commemoration, “Bereaved parents’ perception on the risk and protective factors for coping with bereavement” NIS100,000.

2018-2020                   Milgram foundation- Hebrew University; “Helping veterans recovering from PTSD: Assessing the Efficacy of Conjoint Intervention”, $40,000 with Dr. Rachel Dekel, Bar Ilan University. We shared the funds.

2018-2022                   Ministry of Defense- Rehabilitation department, “Integrating IDF veterans with disability from Operation Protective Edge into the Workforce”, NIS160,750

2018-2019                   CDEL- The Interdisciplinary Center for the study of Dignified End of Life, Hebrew University, “The transition of an elder patient from acute care hospital to skilled nursing home: families and social workers evaluation of the process and outcomes of the transition”, $15000, with Prof. Gail Auslander, Hebrew University and Dr. Hadas Rosenne. The money stays at Hebrew University.

 

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

Chapters in Collections

Schiff, M., & Zeira, A. (2016). Group supervision in social work field education: The perspective of supervisors. In I. Taylor, M. Bogo, M. Lefevre, & B. Teater (Eds.), International handbook of social work education (pp. 254-262). New York: Routledge.

 

Journal Articles

Shelef, L., Schiff, M., & Zalsman, G. (in press). The psychological impact of a pandemic outbreak on medical staff : Literature review. Harefua: Journal of the Israel Medical Association (Hebrew).

Schiff, M., Elkins, Y., Aharoni, E., Weisler-Mamou, I., Parnas-Goldberger, S., & Simhon, Y. (in press). Bereavement among Israeli parents who lost children in military service: protective factors for coping with loss. Death Studies.

Cohen-Moreno, R., Sabah, Y., Feldmann, C., & Schiff, M. (2020). Outcomes of young alumni of Youth Protection Authority (YPA) out-of-home placements: A follow-up study Society & Welfare: Quarterly for Social Work, 40(1), 109-136 (Hebrew).

Pat-Horenczyk, R., Zamir, O., Yochman, A., Schiff, M., Brickman, S., Lerner, M., & Brom, D. (2020). Long-term impact of maternal posttraumatic symptoms on children’s regulatory functioning: A four-year follow-up study. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 12(2), 131-137. doi:10.1037/tra0000479

Pat-Horenczyk, R., & Schiff, M. (2019). Continuous traumatic stress and the life cycle: Exposure to repeated political violence in Israel. Current Psychiatry Reports, 21(8), 71-80. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11920-019-1060-x. 3.82 41/146.

Schiff, M., Lesser, L., Levine, T., Savo, Y., Dashti, T., & Rosenne, H. (2019). Social work interventions with survivors of acts of political violence. Journal of Social Work, 1468017319883556. doi:10.1177/1468017319883556

Segev, D., & Schiff, M. (2019). Integrating Israeli Defense Force (IDF) veterans with disabilities into the workforce: characteristics and predictors. Israel Journal of Health Policy Research, 8(1), 86. doi:10.1186/s13584-019-0352-2

David, P., & Schiff, M. (2018). Initial Clinician Reports of the Bottom-Up Dissemination of an Evidence-Based Intervention for Early Childhood Trauma. Child & Youth Care Forum, 47(1), 115-132. doi:10.1007/s10566-017-9422-1

Gilbar, O., Benbenishty, R., Schiff, M., & Dekel, R. (2018). Foster parents exposed to political violence: The role of social support in addressing emotional and functional difficulties. Children and Youth Services Review, 85, 211-218. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.12.026

Sakat, E., & Schiff, M. (2018). Religiosity: protective or risk factor for posttraumatic distress among adolescents who were exposed to different types of acts of political violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 886260518780775. doi:10.1177/0886260518780775

Schiff, M., Dekel, R., Gilbar, O., & Benbenishty, R. (2018). Helping the helpers: Post-traumatic distress and need for help among Israeli social workers in foster care agencies following armed conflict. Child & Family Social Work, 23(3), 466-474. doi:10.1111/cfs.12438

Schiff, M., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Ziv, Y., & Brom, D. (2017). Multiple Traumas, Maternal Depression, Mother–Child Relationship, Social Support, and Young Children’s Behavioral Problems. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 0886260517725738. doi:10.1177/0886260517725738

David, P., & Schiff, M. (2017). Self-efficacy as a mediator in bottom-up dissemination of a research-supported intervention for young, traumatized children and their families. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 14(2), 53-69. doi:10.1080/23761407.2017.1298072

Schiff, M., & Roll, A. (2017). Depression, quality of life and smoking in late adulthood. [https://www.ecronicon.com/ecpp/pdf/ECPP-04-00138.pdf]. EC Psychology and Psychiatry, 4(5), 206-215.

Fang, L., Schiff, M., & Benbenishty, R. (2016). Political violence exposure, adolescent school violence, and drug use: The mediating role of school support and posttraumatic stress. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 86(6), 662-670. doi:10.1037/ort0000178

Schiff, M., & Fang, L. (2016). Adolescents' Exposure to Disasters and Substance Use. Current Psychiatry Reports, 18(57), 2-6. doi:10.1007/s11920-016-0693-2

Zemach, M., Schiff, M., Feldman, C., & Sabah, C. (2016). Treatment or children at risk: Out-of-home versus community placement. Society & Welfare: Quarterly for Social Work, 36(3-4), 331-361 (Hebrew).

David, P., & Schiff, M. (2015). Learning from bottom-up dissemination: Importing an evidence-based trauma intervention for infants and young children to Israel. Evaluation and Program Planning, 53, 18-24. doi:10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2015.07.012

Schiff, M., Nacasch, N., Levit, S., Katz, N., & Foa, E. (2015). Prolonged exposure for treating PTSD among female methadone patients who were survivors of sexual abuse in Israel. Social Work in Health Care, 54, 687-707. doi:10.1080/00981389.2015.1058311

Schiff, M., Plotnikova, M., Dingle, K., Williams, G. M., Najman, J., & Clavarino, A. (2014). Does adolescent's exposure to parental intimate partner conflict and violence predict psychological distress and substance use in young adulthood? A longitudinal study. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38(12), 1945-1954. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2014.07.001

 

 

קראו פחות
Shapira Berman

פרופ' עפרית שפירא ברמן

Prof. Ofrit Shapira Berman
מרצה בכיר במסלול הנלווה
02-5881456
Ofira.Shapira-Berman@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 509 א'

קרא עוד

Ofrit Shapira-Berman

E-mail: ofritsb1212@gmail.com

Higher Education

1996-2000                Ph.D., (Social Work, TAU, Israel)

1992-1995              M.A., (Social Work, TAU, Israel – With Excellency)

1987-1990               B.A., (Social Work, TAU, Israel)

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships (Within the Past Five Years)

2016                Michael Milken Award for Long-term Excellence in Teaching

                                     

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2015                Senior Lecturer, Faculty, University, Country (If Applicable)

2000 - 2015                 Lecturer, Faculty, University, Country

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

Head of the Clinical Program, MA,

Member of the Ethic Committee

 

Journal Articles

Shapira-Berman, O., & Valdman, M. (2012). Could A Sonata for Two Be Possible At All? Talking with psychotherapists Who Grew Up in A Kibbutz About Their Professional Choice. Maarag, (3), 229-261.

Shapira-Berman, O. (2018). A 'Mother-of-One’s-Own' - An Analytic View of  Object-Relationships in Adult Patients Raised in the Kibbutz. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 54(3), 431-464.

Shapira-Berman, O. (2018). Psychosomatic Symptoms as Physical Dreams: Emotional Experiences Given Expression Through the Body. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 54(3): 560-589.

Shapira-Berman, O.  (2019). That which was 'Not' – Some thoughts regarding Oedipus's

 modern conflicts. The Analytic Review, 106(3):247-271.

Shapira-Berman, O. (2019). When Hunger Strikes – Re-Thinking Kafka's 'A Hunger

Artist' in light of Winnicott's Theory of the Psyche-Soma. Psychoanalytic Review, 106(4):325-341

Shapira-Berman, O. (2019). Has Oedipus Murdered his Parents? Distinguishing Between

Killing, and Murdering One's Parent as Promoting Psychic Growth Vs. Melancholia. The Psychoanalytic Review. To be published in the next Volume.

Shapira-Berman, O. (2020) The Choice Between Illusory Life and Acceptance of the
Death of One's Love Object. ACCEPTED Contemporary Psychoanalysis.

Shapira-Berman, O. (2021) At the Beginning There Was…– Re-Considering the

Concepts of 'Faith' and 'Trust' as Analytic Object. ACCEPTED Contemporary Psychoanalysis

 

 

In Progress:

Translation and Scientific editing of Warren Poland's book 'On Intimacy and Separation in Psychoanalysis'. Carmel Publication.

 

 

קראו פחות
refresh

פרופ' אוריה תשבי

Prof. Orya Tishbi
פרופ' חבר במסלול הנלווה
02-5881276
Orya.Tishby@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 211

 

קרא עוד

 

Tishby Orya

E-mail: orya.tishby@mail.huji.ac.il

 

 

Higher Education

1987-1991 Psy.D Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University, New Jersey, U.S.A

1979- 1983 M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Social Science, Hebrew University, Jerusalem Israel.

1976 – 1979 B.A. in English Literature (Humanities) and Psychology (Social Sciences) Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships (Within the Past Five Years)

2015-2020 Award of excellence in teaching, Hebrew University

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

July 2016 - Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Psychology and the School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

Oct. 2012 – Senior lecturer of practice – Department of Psychology (new appointment)

Oct. 2011 – Senior lecturer of practice – School of Social Work (half time)

Oct. 2002 – Clinical lecturer, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

May 2020 – Director of the Sigmund Freud Chair in Psychoanalysis, Faculty of Social Science

July, 2019 – Chair of the newly founded Israeli Society for Psychotherapy Research, a regional group affiliated with the International Society for Psychotherapy Research.

October 2016 – Present - Director of the Freud Center for Psychoanalytic Research

October 2016-October 2019 - Head of the graduate program in clinical psychology.

2015 present - Member of the steering committee of Child and Family Therapy Research Group, a special section of the Society for Psychotherapy Research.

2004- 2012 Director of the Hebrew University Psychological Services.

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

July 2020 – Israel Science Foundation, personal research grant: Rupture and repair in the Alliance and its relation to clients' attachment patterns, emotion regulation and outcome in short-term psychodynamic therapy. $40,000 annualy, for 4 years.

March 2020 – Society for Psychotherapy Research – Small grants award (for a pilot study): The relationships between rupture resolution, patients' attachment style, emotion regulation and outcome in Short-Term Psychodynamic Therapy. $2500.

July 2018 – Israel Science Foundation grant for international research workshop: How can new methodologies bring us closer to understanding clinical process? (With prof. Sigal Zilcha-Mano from Haifa University($20,000+ additional $1500 from Hebrew University and $1500 from Haifa University, July 2-3-4, 2018)

2017-2018 Eshkol Center funding (Hebrew University) for studies in Israeli society: Perceptions of fatherhood and fathers' mentalizing speech with infants. $ 1300.

2016 -2020 Israel Science Foundation Grant - The role of therapists’ feeling states in alliance ruptures and resolution, and the impact of resolution on patients emotion regulation and outcome. $44,000 annually for 4 years.

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

 

Books & Edited Books

Tishby, O. & Wiseman, H. (2018). Developing the therapeutic relationship: Integrating case studies, research and practice. Washington: APA Books.

Wiseman, H. & Tishby O. (2015) (eds). The Therapeutic relationship: Innovative investigations. London: Routledge.

 

Chapters in Collections

Tishby, O. Responsiveness in relational psychoanalytic psychotherapy (invited book chapter, in: Watson, J. & Wiseman, H. (Eds.). Attuning to enhance therapist responsiveness. To be published by APA books in Fall, 2020.

Wiseman, H. & Tishby, O. (2018). Core Conflictual Relationship Theme (CCRT). In A. Wenzel (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Tishby, O. & Wiseman, H. (2018). Introduction: Developing the therapeutic relationship. In : Tishby & Wiseman (ed.). Developing the therapeutic relationship: Integrating case studies, research and practice. Washington D.C., APA Books.

Schattner, E. & Tishby, O. (2018). Patient and therapist relational patterns: Implicit negotiations. In: Developing the therapeutic relationship.

Tishby, O. & Wiseman, H. Conclusions: The tapestry of the therapeutic relationship and recommedations. In : Developing the therapeutic relationship.

Bamberger, E. & Tishby, O. (2017). Treating parents of adolescents: A relational approach. Chapter in an edited book by Prof. Esther Cohen: Working with parents. Ach Books. (Hebrew Book – currently being translated).

 

Journal Article

Mallinckrodt, B., Choi, G., Levy, K. N., Petrowsky, K., Sauer, E. M., Tishby, O. & Wiseman, H. (2017). Pseudo-secure vs. individuated-secure client attachment to therapist: Implications for therapy process and outcome. Psychotherapy Research, 27(6), 677-691.

Schattner, E., Tishby, O., & Wiseman, H. (2017). Relational patterns and the development of the alliance: a systematic comparison of two cases. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 24, 555–568.

Romanelli, A., Tishby, O. & Moran, G.S.(2017). “Coming home to myself”: A qualitative analysis of changes in therapists' experience and interventions following training in theater imrovisation skills. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 53, 12-22.

Wiseman, H. & Tishby, O. (2017). Applying Relationship Anecdotes Paradigm Interviews to Study Client-Therapist Relationship Narratives: Core Conflictual Relationship Theme Analyses. Special Section: Narrative measures in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy Research, 27(3), 283-299.

Yamin, A., Yerushalmi, H., Roe, D. & Tishby, O. (2017). The contribution of relational characteristics in the supervisory relationship - to supervisees’ sense of self efficay and to their rehabilitation work in mental health . Welfare and Society, 37 (3), 555-582 (in Hebrew).

Midgley, N., Capella, C., Goodman, J. Lis, A., Noom, M. & Tishby O. (2018). Introduction to the special section on child and adolescent psychotherapy research. Psychotherapy Research, 28 (1), 1-2.

Yonatan, R., Tishby, O. & Wiseman, H. (2018). Therapists’ honesty, humor styles, playfulness, and creativity as outcome predictors: A retrospective study of the therapist effect. Psychotherapy Research, 28(5), 793-802.

Romanelli, A. Tishby, O., Moran, G. (2019) I'mprovisation - a qualitative investigation of the subjective experience of Improvisational moments by therapists in the clinical hour .

Psychoanalytic Dialogues 29(3), 284-305 (chosen to be included in a special section, with 2 discussants of the paper).

Romanelli, A., & Tishby, O. (2019). ‘Just what is there now, that is what there is’—the effects of theater improvisation training on clinical social workers’ perceptions and interventions. Social Work Education, 38(6), 797-814.‏

Yonatan‐Leus, R., Tishby, O., Abargil, M., & Wiseman, H. (2019). Therapist effects in yearlong psychodynamic therapy: An exploratory study. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 26(6), 751-760.‏

Yonatan, R., Shefler, G. & Tishby, O. (2020). Do Positive Features of Mental Health Change Together with Symptoms and Do They Predict Each Other? Accepted for publication, in Psychotherapy.

Yonatan-Leus, R., Shefler, G., & Tishby, O. (2020). Changes in playfulness, creativity and honesty as possible outcomes of psychotherapy. Psychotherapy Research, 30(6), 788-799.

Zlotnick, E., Strauss, A. Y., Ellis, P., Abargil, M., Tishby, O., & Huppert, J. D. (2020). Reevaluating ruptures and repairs in alliance: Between-and within-session processes in cognitive–behavioral therapy and short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 88(9), 859.‏

Abargil, M. & Tishby, O. (2020). Countertransference as a Reflection of Patients’ Inner Relationship Conflict. Accepted for publication in Psychoanalytic Psychology.

Abargil, M. & Tishby, O. (2020). Fluctuations in therapist emotions and their relation to treatment processes and outcomes. Accepted for publication in Journal of Psychotherapy Integration.

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