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Shapira Berman
Prof. Ofrit Shapira Berman
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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.