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Prof. Asher Ben-Arieh
דיקן בית הספר
פרופ' מן המניין
מחזיק בקתדרה לטיפול בילדים בסיכון בחסות מכון חרוב
02-5882205
benarieh@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 418

 

קרא עוד

 

 

Ben-Arieh Asher

E-mail: benarieh@huji.ac.il

 

 

Higher Education

1999-2000 Postdoctoral Studies, (Chapin Hall Center for Children, the University of Chicago, Chicago(

1995-1999 Ph.D., (Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University, Israel)

1989-1994 M.A., (Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University, Israel)

1986-1989 B.A., (Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University, Israel)

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2014 Full Professor, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2010-2014 Associate Professor, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2006-2010 Senior Lecturer, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2000-2006 Lecturer, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2018 Member University Humanities and Social Sciences Tenure committee

2011 – 2016 Chair, faculty union

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2015 – 2019 The Jacobs Foundation, “Children’s Worlds: An International Study of Child Well-Being – Phase 2”, 250,000/250,000 Euro, Sabine Andresen, Asher Ben-Arieh, Jonathan Bradshaw, Ferran Casas, Bong Joo Lee, Gwyther Reese.

2019 FUB-HUJI Joint Seed Funding, “Children Vulnerability”, 6,300/9,500 Euro, Hanita Kosher, Daphna Gross-Manos, Asher Ben-Arieh, Maksim Hubenthal and Friederike Lorenz.

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

 

Books & Edited Books

Kosher, H., Handelsman, Y., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2017). Social work and children’s rights. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

 

Chapters in Collections

Ben-Arieh, A., & Tarshis, N. (2017). Children’s rights and well-being. In M.D. Ruck, M. Peterson-Badali & M. Freeman (Eds.), Handbook of children’s rights: Global and multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 68-79). New York: Routledge.

Gottfried, R. & Ben-Arieh, A., (2019). The Israeli Child Protection System. In Krugman, R. and Korbin, J. (Eds.) National Systems of Child Protection (pp. 139-171). Springer, Cham.

Ben-Arieh, A. (2019). The well-being of the world’s children: lessons from the International Survey of Children’s Well-being. In Kutsar, D. and Raid, K. (Eds.) Children’s Subjective Well-Being in Local and International Perspectives (pp. 18-29). Tallinn: Statistics Estonia

Ben-Arieh, A., & Kosher H. (2020). The child study movement. In S. Hupp & J, Jewell (Eds.), Encyclopedia of adolescent development.

 

Journal Articles

Ben-Arieh, A. (2015). Community characteristics, social service allocation, and child maltreatment reporting. Child Abuse and Neglect, 41, 136-145.

Gross-Manos, D., Shimoni, E., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2015). Subjective well-being measures tested with 12-year-olds in Israel. Child Indicators Research, 8(1), 71-92.

McDonell, J. R., Ben-Arieh, A., & Melton, G. B. (2015). Strong communities for children: Results of a multi-year community-based initiative to protect children from harm. Child Abuse and Neglect, 41, 79-96.

Dinisman, T., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2016). The characteristics of children's subjective well-being. Social Indicators Research, 126(2), 555-569.

Gross-Manos, D., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2016). How subjective well-being Is associated with material deprivation and social exclusion in Israeli 12-year-olds. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 87(3), 274-290.

Ben-Arieh, A. (2016). Residential or foster care? A new look through the perspective of the new childhood studies [in Hebrew]. Society and Welfare, 36, 169-179.

Mcleigh, J., Katz, C., Davidson-Arad, B., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2017). The cultural adaptation of a community-based child maltreatment prevention initiative. Family Process, 56, 393-407.

Kosher, H., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2017). What children think about their rights and their well-being? A cross-national comparison. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 87(3), 256-273.

Kosher, H., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2017). Religion and subjective well-being among children: A comparison of six religion groups. Children and Youth Services Review, 80, 63-77.

Oppenheim-Weller, S., Schwartz, E., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2017). Child involvement in treatment planning and assessment in Israel. Child & Family Social Work 22(3), 1302-1312. DOI 10.1111/cfs.12347

Ben-Arieh, A., Dinisman, T. & Rees, G. (2017). A comparative view of children's subjective well-being: Findings from the second wave of the ISCWeB Project. Children and Youth Services Review, 80(1), 1–2.

González-Carrasco, M., Casas, F., Ben-Arieh, A., Savahl, S., & Tiliouine, H. (2018) Children’s Perspectives and Evaluations of Safety in Diverse Settings and Their Subjective Well-Being: A Multi-National Approach. Applied Research Quality Life DOI 10.1007/s11482-018-9594-3

Kay-Tzadok, A., Kosher, H., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2019). Hope, material resources and subjective well-being of 8 to 12 year-old children in Israel. Child Development. 90(2):344-358. doi: 10.1111/cdev.13130.

Kosher, H. & Ben-Arieh, A. (2019). Social Workers' Perceptions of Children's Right to Participation. Child & Family Social Work. DOI: 10.1111/cfs.12685

Katz, C., McLeigh, J. & Ben-Arieh, A. (2019) “Reflections on the Traditional Role of Social Workers in Child Protection: Lessons Learned from the Strong Communities Initiative in Israel. International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy, and Practice 2:199–210

Katz, C., McLeigh, J. & Ben-Arieh, A. (2019) “Not what I expected: Training social worker students in community-based child prevention”. International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy, and Practice 2:199–210

Kosher, H., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2020). Children’s participation: A new role for children in the field of child maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect, 104429.

Bruck, S., & Ben-Arieh, A. (2020). The History of the Children’s Worlds Study. Sociedad E Infancias, 4, 35-42. (Spanish). https://doi.org/10.5209/soci.68411

Cohen, O. & Ben-Arieh, A. (in press) Children’s rights in emergency shelters: satisfaction and participation in decision making from the perspective of children and professionals, Hamishpat. (Hebrew)

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פרופ' מעין דוידוב

Prof. Maayan Davidov
סגן דיקן למחקר
פרופ' חבר
02-5880492
Maayan.Davidov@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 414

 

קרא עוד

Maayan Davidov

E-mail: maayan.davidov@mail.huji.ac.il

Website: www.davidovlab.com

 

 

Higher Education

2006-2007 Postdoctoral Studies (Behavioral Sciences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel(

2002-2004 Postdoctoral Studies (Psychology, University of Haifa, Israel(

1999-2002 Ph.D., (Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada(

1997-1999 M.A., (Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada(

1994-1997 B.A., (Psychology and Education, Tel-Aviv University, Israel(

 

Awards and Excellence Scholarships (Within the Past Five Years)

2014/2015 Teaching excellence list

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2014 present Senior Lecturer, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2007-2014 Lecturer, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2018 present Head of Doctoral Program, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2018-2020 Member of an expert advisory committee for Israel’s Ministry of Education (through the Initiative for Applied Education Research), on the facilitation of social-emotional learning in the school system

2016-2020 Chair of the teaching committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2014-2015 Chair of the research committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2019-2020 School of Social Work Internal Grant, “Dimensions of parenting in infancy and their links to different aspects of socio-emotional development in early childhood”, 36,000 NIS

2014-2017 Israel Science Foundation (ISF), “Experimental Examination of Empathy in Infancy”, 630,000 NIS

2013-2016 The Anita Morawetz Fund for Research on Children at Risk, “Towards Earlier Diagnosis of Autism: Identifying Early Behavioral Markers of Autism Spectrum Disorders and their Biological Underpinnings”, US$ 50,000, together with Ronit Roth-Hanania, Yael Paz, Lidia Gabis & Carolyn Zahn-Waxler

2012-2016 US-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF), “The Development of Empathy During Infancy”, US$ 126,000, together with Carolyn Zahn-Waxler & Ronit Roth-Hanania.

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

 

Chapters in Collections

Grusec, J. E. & Davidov, M. (2015). Analyzing socialization from a domain-specific perspective. In J. E. Grusec & P. D. Hastings (Eds.) Handbook of Socialization: Theory and Research (2nd ed.) (pp. 158-181). New York: Guilford Press.

Davidov, M. (2018). Empathy. In M.H. Bornstein, M.E. Arterberry, K.L. Fingerman, & J.E. Lansford (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Grusec, J. E. & Davidov, M. (2019). Parent socialization and children’s values. In. M.H. Bornstein (Ed.) Handbook of Parenting: Volume 3: Being and Becoming a Parent, 3rd Edition (pp. 762-796). New York: Routledge.

 

Journal Articles

Knafo-Noam, A., Uzefovsky, F., Israel, S., Davidov, M., & Zahn-waxler, C. (2015). The prosocial personality and its facets: Genetic and environmental architecture of mother-reported behavior of 7-year-old twins. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 112.

Davidov, M., Knafo-Noam, A., Serbin, L. A., & Moss, E. (2015). The Influential Child: How children affect their environment and influence their own risk and resilience. Development and Psychopathology,27, 947-951.

Davidov, M. & Atzaba-Poria, N. (2016). Maternal discipline and children's adjustment: The role of the cultural and situational context. Social Development, 25, 99-119.

Davidov, M., Vaish, A. Knafo-Noam, A., & Hastings, P. D. (2016). The motivational foundations of prosocial behavior from a developmental perspective: Evolutionary roots and key psychological mechanisms. Child Development, 87, 1655-1667.

Avinun, R., Davidov, M., Mankuta, D. & Knafo-Noam, A. (2018). Predicting the use of corporal punishment: Child aggression, parent religiosity, and the BDNF gene. Aggressive Behavior, 44, 165-175.

Uzefovsky, F., Paz, Y., & Davidov, M. (2019). Young infants are pro‐victims, but it depends on the context. British Journal of Psychology.

Paz, Y., Orlitsky, T., Roth-Hanania, R., Zahn-Waxler, C. & Davidov, M. (in press). Predicting externalizing behavior in toddlerhood from early individual differences in empathy. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.

Davidov, M., Paz, Y., Roth-Hanania, R., Uzefovsky F., Orlitsky, T., Mankuta, D. & Zahn-Waxler, C. (in press). Caring babies: Concern for others in distress during infancy. Developmental Science.

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פרופ' רון שור

Prof. Ron Shor
סגן דיקן להוראה
פרופ' חבר
02-5882191
Ron.Shor@huji.ac.il
חדר 413

 

קרא עוד

 

Shor Ron

E-mail: ron.shor@mail.huji.ac.il

 

Higher Education

1987-1992 Ph.D., (School of Social Work, University of Southern California, U.S.A).

1985-1987 M.S.W (School of Social Work, University of Southern California, U.S.A).

1985-1987 M.A.J.C.S (Jewish Communal Serve. Hebrew Union College, California, U.S.A).

1987-1992 B.A., (School of Social Work, Tel Aviv University, Israel).

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2017 present Associate Professor, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2000-2016 Senior Lecturer, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

1993-2000 Lecturer, School of Social Work, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2015 present - Academic head, the MA program in Non Profit Management and Leadership, The Rothberg International School, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

2016 present - Head of the Ralph Goldman Center for Welfare, Judaism and Ethics, School of Social Work, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

2015 present - Representative of the academic institutions, the Israeli National Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Health in the area of Psychiatric Rehabilitation,

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years).

2018-2021 The Israel National Institute for Health Services and Health Policy, (HIHP, Garthner Building), The family as part of the client’s system in the wards of mental health

 centers. A comparative study of evaluating the implementation of a family-centered, model. $45,000 Ron Shor, Anat Shalev

2017-2020 The Israel National Insurance Institute, Supporting education completion of persons with severe mental Illness: Examining the contribution to their social mobility and the difficulties they experience during their studies. $30,000, Ron Shor

2014-2015 The Israel National Institute for Health Services and Health Policy (NIHP Gartner Building,) Pathways to Mental Health Treatment: Barriers to treatment of caregivers of persons with mental illness, $35,000 Ron Shor, Anat Shalev

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years) 

Chapters in Collections

Shor R. (2017) The significance of the cultural component in the work with families in the area of psychiatric rehabilitation. In A. Shalev & N. Hadas Lidor, (Eds.) From invisibility to partnership: The pathways of coping and recovery with a psychiatric illness in the family (In Hebrew).

Shalev A. & Shor R. ( 2017). Meital, a family centered service for families of persons with mental illness. In A. Shalev & N. Hadas Lidor (Eds.) From invisibility to partnership: The pathways of coping and recovery with a psychiatric illness in the family (In Hebrew).

Weiss P., Hadas-Lidor N.& Shor R. (2017) Cultural aspects within families of Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Persons with Mental Illness. In A. Shalev & N. Hadas Lidor (Eds.) From invisibility to partnership: The pathways of coping and recovery with a psychiatric illness in the family (In Hebrew)

Klein Elazari R., Shor R., Hadas Lidor N. (2018) The Keshet cognitive dynamic course, analysis of protocols and their outcomes. In Hadas N. L. & Lachman M.Against all chances: From rehabilitation and from recovery in mental health to community inclusion. The Uno (In Hebrew).

 

Journal Articles

Shor R. Kalivatz Z., Amir Y., Aldor R., Lipot M. (2015) Therapeutic factors in a group for parents with mental illness. Community Mental Health Journal. 51, 79- 84 DOI: 10.1007/s10597-014-9739-2.

Shor R. & Shalev A. (2015) The Significance of services in a psychiatric hospital for family members of persons with mental illness. Families,Systems and Health. 33(1), 68-71

Shor R. & Shalev A. (2016). Barriers to involvement in physical activities of persons with mental illness. Health Promotion International, 31(1), 116 – 123 .

Shor. R. & Moreh-Kremer M. (2016) Identity development of mothers with mental llness: Contribution and Challenges of Motherhood. Social Work in Mental Health, 14(3), 215-226.

Shalev A. & Shor R. (2016). The needs for help of family members of persons with mental illness within a special service for families in the Beer Sheva Mental Health Center, Medicine (Hebrew), 155(12); 749-752.

Shor R. (2017). Difficulties experienced by university students with severe mental illness who participate in supported education programs. Community Mental Health Journal, 53(3), 281-287.

Weiss, P, Shor R., Lidor N. (2017). The presence of the cultural context in the Interactions of Ultra-Orthodox women with their family members with mental illness. Israeli Journal of Occupational Therapy (IJOT), 26(2), 125-144.

Ordan, R., Shor R., Liebergall-Wischnitzer M., Noble L. M., Noble A. (2018). Nurses’ professional stigma and attitudes towards postpartum women with severe mental illness. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27, 1543-1551.

Shor, R. & Avihod G. (2018). Rehabilitative Beit Midrash as a means for advancing the community integration of Ultra Orthodox Jewish persons with severe mental illness. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 21(7), 698-706

Paley Altit, Shor R., Maier A. (2019) Occupational identity, competence, and environments among adults with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, DOI: 10.1080/0164212X.2019.1588833

Shor R.,   Avshalom S.,  Kappel R. K.,  Lapidot Y..  Speier Keisar V. (2020).  The challenges of inclusion experienced by students with mental illness in universities: A comparative study between Denmark and Israel.  International Journal of Inclusive Education.  DOI:  10.1080/13603116.2021.1946724

 

Shor R.  (2021).   The role of religion in the stressors experienced by Ultra-rtho Jewish caregivers of persons with disability during the COVID-19 periodJournal of Religion and Spirituality in  Social Work , 41(2), 182-192, DOI: 10.1080/15426432.2021.2009408   

 Shor, R.,   Nahoum Shaty, A. Shalev (2022)  Barriers to Pathways to Care for Family Members of Persons with Severe Mental Illness in a Family-Centered Service. Journal of Family Social Work. 25 (1), 25-43DOI: 10.1080/10522158.2022.2058142

 

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Dr. Iris Zadok
ראשת מדור להכשרה מקצועית ומעורבות חברתית
מרצה בכיר במסלול הנלווה
02-5881808
iris.zadok@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 316

 

קרא עוד

 

Iris Zadok

Email: iriszadok9@gmail.com

 

 

 

Higher Education

2006-2008       BA in Social Work for graduates in fields other than social work, School of Social Work, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel.

 

1999-2006       PhD, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

1997-1998       MA in early childhood studies (Schwartz Program), Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (direct PhD track). Graduated with honors.

 

1994-1996       BA in Social Studies (psychology, criminology, sociology and anthropology), Bar-Ilan University. Graduated with honors.

 

Professional Training

 

2012-2013       Child-parent psychotherapy (CPP) training for counselors (TTT – training the trainees), Haruv Institute, Jerusalem.

 

2011-2012       Dyadic, trauma-informed therapy for early childhood – CPP, Haruv Institute.

 

2010                Continuing education programs:

§  Children sexually abusing children/ Esty Weis

§  Therapy for sexually abused children/ Dr. Lilach Rachamim

§  Annual hospital-based training for social workers in child maltreatment/ Ministry of Health

 

2002                Professional ethics/ Movement for Quality Government in Israel (NGO)

 

1996                Mediation team leaders/ Gevim Group (NGO)

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2020-Present Head of Social Involvement Unit, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present  Head of Fieldwork Division, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present Head, Fieldwork Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present Member, Teachers-Students Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2011-Present  Head of Practicum Unit and Professional Training in Early Childhood MA Studies (Schwartz Program).

 

2003-Present  Professional supervisor for MA social work students doing field work, Schwartz Program.

 

2003-Present  Lecturer, early childhood MA studies (Schwartz Program), Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

                        Awarded "Outstanding Lecturer" prize.

 

1997-2003       Research and teaching assistant, Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

Additional Functions

2015-Present  Lecturer and group counselor at the Ministry of Welfare's School of Social Work on the following topics: Trauma-informed practice for child protection officers; working with parents at parent-children centers; dyadic therapy with adopted children; and individual and dyadic therapy with parents in centers for domestic violence.

 

2015-2018       Social worker at the Center for Early Childhood, Ramat Amidar, Ramat Gan: Play therapy, dyadic therapy and parental counseling.

Professional supervision for social workers and multidisciplinary staff (individual and group).

 

2014-Present  Private clinic providing therapy for children, dyadic therapy, parental counseling, and supervision and training for professionals.

 

2012- Present Lecturer and counselor at Haruv Institute: CPP training program, educating and leading workshops for professionals working with child maltreatment.

 

2009- Present Professional supervisor for social workers in various social services, including multipurpose daycare centers for children at risk; social workers in daycare centers for preschoolers from asylum seeker communities; and paraprofessional workers (occupation therapists, language therapists)

 

2011-2016       Lecturer at the Center for Academic Studies, Or Yehuda, Israel, School of Education, Early Childhood Track.

 

2009-2015       Social worker at the Beit Lynn Child Protection Center, Tel HaShomer, Israel.

                       

2009-2015       Social worker at the Safra Children's Hospital located, Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer.

 

2012                Lecturer in a course for daycare center supervisors.

 

2002-2009       Lecturer at the Kaye Academic College of Education, Beersheba, Israel, Early Childhood Track.

 

Association in Groups and Teams

2017-Present Member in a Fieldwork Forum of Social Work universities and colleges.

 

2015-2020       Member in an inter-university team for developing training for early childhood professionals, on behalf of the Ministry of Economy.

 

2009-2015       Member of Sheba Medical Center’s child protection team (CPT).

 

2010-2013       Member of the team that established and developed mental health practice in the MA Early Childhood Track at Hebrew University.

 

2009-2013       Academic counseling for Head of Early Childhood Track at the Kaye College of Education.

 

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2021                Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare internal grant. Reporting of children at risk in early childhood: Motivations, challenges and barriers among professionals in the field of early childhood (submitted). Zadok, I., & Blit-Cohen, E.

 

2018-2020       Ralph Goldman Center for Judaism, Social Welfare and Ethics.

                        Forms and Functions of Aggressive Behavior among Israeli Preschool

Children from Different Religious Groups: The Role of Individual and Parental Correlates. (50,000 NIS). Zadok, I., & Khoury-Kassabri, M.

 

  

 

Development of Professional Training Tools

-          Training Beauty Professionals in the “gender-based violence” field: The program provides professionals in the cosmetics and beauty industry with tools to detect and identify women victimized by their spouses, as well as to provide them with appropriate response.

  •           Developing, writing and implementing a model of ethical problem solving for early childhood professionals.
  •           Developing and implementing principles for identifying early childhood trauma in various training institutes.

-          Using observation research tools with infants during training for therapists and teachers.

 

 

 

 

Other Training and supervision Projects

  •           Counseling for an evaluation research about Misgarot Tchila, a training program at early childhood daycare centers, on behalf of the Ministry of Welfare and JDC.
  •           Sexual abuse in early childhood: Methods of professional and organizational coping.
  •           Early childhood trauma and trauma-informed practice
  •           Implementing training programs in the field of early childhood and coping with early childhood trauma in educational agencies.

 

Participation in Scientific Conferences

 

Eseed, R., Zadok, I., Khoury-Kassabri, M. (January 2020). Maternal use of punitive discipline and psychological control: The role of Religion and Religiosity. Paper presented at the conference: SSWR Society for Social Work and Research. USA: Washington DC. (accepted).  

 

Khoury-Kassabri, M., & Zadok, I. (November 2019). Early childhood aggression: Individual and familial factors as mediators and moderators. China-Israel- Hong Kong Research Roundtable on “Social work for children and family”, Peking University. (Invited talk)

 

Zadok, I. (November 2019). The presence and absence of fathers in the treatment of young children exposed to domestic violence. China-Israel- Hong Kong Research Roundtable on “Social work for children and family”, Peking University. (Invited talk)

 

Zadok, I. (2019). The presence and absence of fathers in treatment of young children exposed to domestic violence. Oklahoma University School of Social Work.

 

Zadok, I. (2019). Trauma in early childhood: Talking with young children about trauma. Oklahoma University School of Social Work.

 

In Hebrew:

Zadok, I. (2019). Building up resilience in supervision processes in early childhood settings. Harris Conference, Bar-Ilan University.

 

Zadok, I. (2019). Building constructive relationships: Promoting interaction and treatment quality in daycare centers. Year-opening ceremony for early childhood settings.

 

Zadok, I. (2019). Implementing and using ITERS for supervision in early childhood settings. Conference on ITERS 3 launching and promoting the quality of education and treatment in daycare centers. Haifa University.

 

Zadok, I. (2016). Sexual trauma in early childhood. Annual symposium. Meital Center, Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2016). Mediating a panel on “Parenthood: Perceptions and attitudes”. Conference of the Inter-University Forum on Early Childhood Programs. Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2015). Bridge and contact: Intervention with early childhood trauma. Conference on violence in the family in pregnancy, birth and infancy. Hillel Yafe Hospital, Hadera.

 

Zadok, I. (2013). Trauma circles: Coping with traumatic situations in early childhood settings. Conference on treating childhood trauma. Israeli Center for Psycho-Trauma Treatment, Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2013). Intersecting viewpoints: Interface work with sexually abused children under three years old. Second Protection Centers Conference: Lynn Houses as a therapeutic intersection in the community. Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2013). Coping with infancy trauma in early childhood settings. Lynn House Protection Center, Tel HaShomer.

 

Zadok, I. (2012). Psychosocial evaluation for detecting and identifying child abuse and neglect victims. Conference, Child Ward Nursing, Sheba Medical Center.

 

Zadok, I. (2012). The multiple facets of evaluation. Fourth Gideon Levin Memorial Conference. Tel Aviv.

 

Zadok, I. (2012). Hospitalized infants: Community-hospital relations. Annual World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP) Conference. Kiryat Gat.

 

Zadok, I. (2008). What is the child telling us? On understanding infants. Learning from children about children: Different languages in children’s worlds. Beersheba.

 

Zadok, I. (2008). Professional ethics in early childhood. Seeing the child: Looking at ourselves – Conference of the Israel Association of Community Centers. Safed.

 

Zadok, I. (2007). At the top of the pyramid: Children, family and staff. Annual Conference of the Israel Association of Community Centers. Petah Tikva.

 

Zadok, I. (2004). The family from a multidisciplinary perspective. Annual Conference of the Childhood and Challenge Programs. Jerusalem.

Zadok, I. (2004). Survival as a stage or survival as a situation: On the work of educator-therapists. Early childhood policy. Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2004). The perceived role of the early child therapist and its ethical implications: Dilemmas and certainties. “The multidimensional person”: Annual Conference on Qualitative Research Methods. Tel Aviv.

 

Zadok, I. (2003). Professional ethics dilemmas in the work of the early childhood therapist. Annual Conference of the Childhood and Challenge Programs. Annual OMEP Conference. Kiryat Gat.

 

List of Publications

 

Doctoral Dissertation

Zadok, I. (2006). Ethics, values and survival: The role of the caregiver through the eyes of caregivers in early childhood centers in Israel (Doctoral dissertation), Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Hebrew).

 

Journal Article

Khoury-Kassabri, M. (PI), Zadok, I. (PI), Eseed, R. (PI) & Vazsonyi, A. (C) (2020). Individual and familial factors as mediators and moderators of young children’s aggressive behavior. Children and Youth Service Review. doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2020.

Eseed, R., (PI)Zadok, I. (PI) & Khoury-Kassabri, M. (PI) (In process). Religion Affiliation Religiosity and Parenting: Comparison among Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Druze Mothers from Israel.

  

 Additional Publications (in Hebrew)

Zadok, I. Zur, H., & Kosher, H. (2021). Analysis of the issue of Early Childhood Presumption. Jerusalem: Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

Zadok, I. & Zur, H. (2020). Building up resilience and treatment quality in supervision processes in early childhood settings. Meeting Point, 1, 30-39.

 

Zadok, I. & Zur, H. (2018). In the shadow of deportation: Guidelines for intervention in asylum-seeker parent groups.

 

Zadok, I. (2009). What is the child telling us? On understanding infants. Hed HaGan, 4, 36-43.

 

Zadok, I. (2006). Teaching ethics in training courses for early childhood workers in Israel. Learning Center, Schwartz Program, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Kirschenbaum-Zadok, I. (1998). Proposal for an ethical code for early childhood educators in Israel. Hed HaGan, 62, 249-256. 

 

 

 

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ד"ר איריס צדוק

Dr. Iris Zadok
ראשת מדור להכשרה מקצועית ומעורבות חברתית
מרצה בכיר במסלול הנלווה
02-5881808
iris.zadok@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 316

 

קרא עוד

 

Iris Zadok

Email: iriszadok9@gmail.com

 

 

 

Higher Education

2006-2008       BA in Social Work for graduates in fields other than social work, School of Social Work, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel.

 

1999-2006       PhD, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

1997-1998       MA in early childhood studies (Schwartz Program), Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (direct PhD track). Graduated with honors.

 

1994-1996       BA in Social Studies (psychology, criminology, sociology and anthropology), Bar-Ilan University. Graduated with honors.

 

Professional Training

 

2012-2013       Child-parent psychotherapy (CPP) training for counselors (TTT – training the trainees), Haruv Institute, Jerusalem.

 

2011-2012       Dyadic, trauma-informed therapy for early childhood – CPP, Haruv Institute.

 

2010                Continuing education programs:

§  Children sexually abusing children/ Esty Weis

§  Therapy for sexually abused children/ Dr. Lilach Rachamim

§  Annual hospital-based training for social workers in child maltreatment/ Ministry of Health

 

2002                Professional ethics/ Movement for Quality Government in Israel (NGO)

 

1996                Mediation team leaders/ Gevim Group (NGO)

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2020-Present Head of Social Involvement Unit, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present  Head of Fieldwork Division, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present Head, Fieldwork Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2017-Present Member, Teachers-Students Committee, School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

2011-Present  Head of Practicum Unit and Professional Training in Early Childhood MA Studies (Schwartz Program).

 

2003-Present  Professional supervisor for MA social work students doing field work, Schwartz Program.

 

2003-Present  Lecturer, early childhood MA studies (Schwartz Program), Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

                        Awarded "Outstanding Lecturer" prize.

 

1997-2003       Research and teaching assistant, Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

Additional Functions

2015-Present  Lecturer and group counselor at the Ministry of Welfare's School of Social Work on the following topics: Trauma-informed practice for child protection officers; working with parents at parent-children centers; dyadic therapy with adopted children; and individual and dyadic therapy with parents in centers for domestic violence.

 

2015-2018       Social worker at the Center for Early Childhood, Ramat Amidar, Ramat Gan: Play therapy, dyadic therapy and parental counseling.

Professional supervision for social workers and multidisciplinary staff (individual and group).

 

2014-Present  Private clinic providing therapy for children, dyadic therapy, parental counseling, and supervision and training for professionals.

 

2012- Present Lecturer and counselor at Haruv Institute: CPP training program, educating and leading workshops for professionals working with child maltreatment.

 

2009- Present Professional supervisor for social workers in various social services, including multipurpose daycare centers for children at risk; social workers in daycare centers for preschoolers from asylum seeker communities; and paraprofessional workers (occupation therapists, language therapists)

 

2011-2016       Lecturer at the Center for Academic Studies, Or Yehuda, Israel, School of Education, Early Childhood Track.

 

2009-2015       Social worker at the Beit Lynn Child Protection Center, Tel HaShomer, Israel.

                       

2009-2015       Social worker at the Safra Children's Hospital located, Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer.

 

2012                Lecturer in a course for daycare center supervisors.

 

2002-2009       Lecturer at the Kaye Academic College of Education, Beersheba, Israel, Early Childhood Track.

 

Association in Groups and Teams

2017-Present Member in a Fieldwork Forum of Social Work universities and colleges.

 

2015-2020       Member in an inter-university team for developing training for early childhood professionals, on behalf of the Ministry of Economy.

 

2009-2015       Member of Sheba Medical Center’s child protection team (CPT).

 

2010-2013       Member of the team that established and developed mental health practice in the MA Early Childhood Track at Hebrew University.

 

2009-2013       Academic counseling for Head of Early Childhood Track at the Kaye College of Education.

 

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2021                Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare internal grant. Reporting of children at risk in early childhood: Motivations, challenges and barriers among professionals in the field of early childhood (submitted). Zadok, I., & Blit-Cohen, E.

 

2018-2020       Ralph Goldman Center for Judaism, Social Welfare and Ethics.

                        Forms and Functions of Aggressive Behavior among Israeli Preschool

Children from Different Religious Groups: The Role of Individual and Parental Correlates. (50,000 NIS). Zadok, I., & Khoury-Kassabri, M.

 

  

 

Development of Professional Training Tools

-          Training Beauty Professionals in the “gender-based violence” field: The program provides professionals in the cosmetics and beauty industry with tools to detect and identify women victimized by their spouses, as well as to provide them with appropriate response.

  •           Developing, writing and implementing a model of ethical problem solving for early childhood professionals.
  •           Developing and implementing principles for identifying early childhood trauma in various training institutes.

-          Using observation research tools with infants during training for therapists and teachers.

 

 

 

 

Other Training and supervision Projects

  •           Counseling for an evaluation research about Misgarot Tchila, a training program at early childhood daycare centers, on behalf of the Ministry of Welfare and JDC.
  •           Sexual abuse in early childhood: Methods of professional and organizational coping.
  •           Early childhood trauma and trauma-informed practice
  •           Implementing training programs in the field of early childhood and coping with early childhood trauma in educational agencies.

 

Participation in Scientific Conferences

 

Eseed, R., Zadok, I., Khoury-Kassabri, M. (January 2020). Maternal use of punitive discipline and psychological control: The role of Religion and Religiosity. Paper presented at the conference: SSWR Society for Social Work and Research. USA: Washington DC. (accepted).  

 

Khoury-Kassabri, M., & Zadok, I. (November 2019). Early childhood aggression: Individual and familial factors as mediators and moderators. China-Israel- Hong Kong Research Roundtable on “Social work for children and family”, Peking University. (Invited talk)

 

Zadok, I. (November 2019). The presence and absence of fathers in the treatment of young children exposed to domestic violence. China-Israel- Hong Kong Research Roundtable on “Social work for children and family”, Peking University. (Invited talk)

 

Zadok, I. (2019). The presence and absence of fathers in treatment of young children exposed to domestic violence. Oklahoma University School of Social Work.

 

Zadok, I. (2019). Trauma in early childhood: Talking with young children about trauma. Oklahoma University School of Social Work.

 

In Hebrew:

Zadok, I. (2019). Building up resilience in supervision processes in early childhood settings. Harris Conference, Bar-Ilan University.

 

Zadok, I. (2019). Building constructive relationships: Promoting interaction and treatment quality in daycare centers. Year-opening ceremony for early childhood settings.

 

Zadok, I. (2019). Implementing and using ITERS for supervision in early childhood settings. Conference on ITERS 3 launching and promoting the quality of education and treatment in daycare centers. Haifa University.

 

Zadok, I. (2016). Sexual trauma in early childhood. Annual symposium. Meital Center, Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2016). Mediating a panel on “Parenthood: Perceptions and attitudes”. Conference of the Inter-University Forum on Early Childhood Programs. Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2015). Bridge and contact: Intervention with early childhood trauma. Conference on violence in the family in pregnancy, birth and infancy. Hillel Yafe Hospital, Hadera.

 

Zadok, I. (2013). Trauma circles: Coping with traumatic situations in early childhood settings. Conference on treating childhood trauma. Israeli Center for Psycho-Trauma Treatment, Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2013). Intersecting viewpoints: Interface work with sexually abused children under three years old. Second Protection Centers Conference: Lynn Houses as a therapeutic intersection in the community. Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2013). Coping with infancy trauma in early childhood settings. Lynn House Protection Center, Tel HaShomer.

 

Zadok, I. (2012). Psychosocial evaluation for detecting and identifying child abuse and neglect victims. Conference, Child Ward Nursing, Sheba Medical Center.

 

Zadok, I. (2012). The multiple facets of evaluation. Fourth Gideon Levin Memorial Conference. Tel Aviv.

 

Zadok, I. (2012). Hospitalized infants: Community-hospital relations. Annual World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP) Conference. Kiryat Gat.

 

Zadok, I. (2008). What is the child telling us? On understanding infants. Learning from children about children: Different languages in children’s worlds. Beersheba.

 

Zadok, I. (2008). Professional ethics in early childhood. Seeing the child: Looking at ourselves – Conference of the Israel Association of Community Centers. Safed.

 

Zadok, I. (2007). At the top of the pyramid: Children, family and staff. Annual Conference of the Israel Association of Community Centers. Petah Tikva.

 

Zadok, I. (2004). The family from a multidisciplinary perspective. Annual Conference of the Childhood and Challenge Programs. Jerusalem.

Zadok, I. (2004). Survival as a stage or survival as a situation: On the work of educator-therapists. Early childhood policy. Jerusalem.

 

Zadok, I. (2004). The perceived role of the early child therapist and its ethical implications: Dilemmas and certainties. “The multidimensional person”: Annual Conference on Qualitative Research Methods. Tel Aviv.

 

Zadok, I. (2003). Professional ethics dilemmas in the work of the early childhood therapist. Annual Conference of the Childhood and Challenge Programs. Annual OMEP Conference. Kiryat Gat.

 

List of Publications

 

Doctoral Dissertation

Zadok, I. (2006). Ethics, values and survival: The role of the caregiver through the eyes of caregivers in early childhood centers in Israel (Doctoral dissertation), Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Hebrew).

 

Journal Article

Khoury-Kassabri, M. (PI), Zadok, I. (PI), Eseed, R. (PI) & Vazsonyi, A. (C) (2020). Individual and familial factors as mediators and moderators of young children’s aggressive behavior. Children and Youth Service Review. doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2020.

Eseed, R., (PI)Zadok, I. (PI) & Khoury-Kassabri, M. (PI) (In process). Religion Affiliation Religiosity and Parenting: Comparison among Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Druze Mothers from Israel.

  

 Additional Publications (in Hebrew)

Zadok, I. Zur, H., & Kosher, H. (2021). Analysis of the issue of Early Childhood Presumption. Jerusalem: Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare.

 

Zadok, I. & Zur, H. (2020). Building up resilience and treatment quality in supervision processes in early childhood settings. Meeting Point, 1, 30-39.

 

Zadok, I. & Zur, H. (2018). In the shadow of deportation: Guidelines for intervention in asylum-seeker parent groups.

 

Zadok, I. (2009). What is the child telling us? On understanding infants. Hed HaGan, 4, 36-43.

 

Zadok, I. (2006). Teaching ethics in training courses for early childhood workers in Israel. Learning Center, Schwartz Program, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Kirschenbaum-Zadok, I. (1998). Proposal for an ethical code for early childhood educators in Israel. Hed HaGan, 62, 249-256. 

 

 

 

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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.

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ד"ר ארנה שמר

Dr. Orna Shemer
הממונה על המעמד האקדמי
מרצה במסלול הנלווה
02-5881349
orna.shemer@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 534
תחומי מחקר עיקריים: תהליכי שיתוף, שותפות וריבונות; עבודה קהילתית; עבודה עם ידע מניסיון וחיים ומיזוג ידע; עבודה מתוך הקשר (תרבות, חיים בעוני); קבוצת דיון משפחתית (מודל FGC); ארגונים וקהילות שיתופיות; גישור ודיאלוג קהילתי

 

קרא עוד

 

Shemer Orna

E-mail: orna@shemer.org.il

Higher Education

2004 Post-Doctoral Study. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work. Prof. Hillel Shmid.

1998 – 2003 Ph.D - Direct Course for the Ph.D. Degree. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work.

1995 – 1998 M.S.W. Rector's Prize for Excellence. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work.

1991 – 1994 B.Sc Magna cum laude. Ben Gurion University of the Negev Department of Social Work

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2016 Lecturer of the practice, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work, Israel

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years, partial list)

Ethics committee, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work.

Member of the editorial board of a "Meidaos" (מידע"ס), The Association of Social Workers of Israel.

ICSA Executive Committee Member.

The Specialty of Occupation Committee, The Association of Social Workers of Israel

Management committee member, "Gvanim" Association.

Research board member, Yad Tabenkin- the Research and Documentation Center of the United Kibbutz Movement.

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years(

2019 Partnership and independence among young adults - The subjective, community and professional context of disability, The Center for Disability Studies, The Hebrew University, 12,500 IS, Dr. Shahar, E. & young Adults from Gvanim Association, PI-Co

2018 Family group conference, Ashalim, JDC & Ministry of Social Affairs and Social services,

220,000 IS, Prof. Roar-steriar, D. & Dr. Abud-Halabi, J., PI-Co

2017 Intercultural translation, JDC & Ministry of Social Affairs and Social services, 40,000 IS, Dr. Yohai Nadan, Co-PI

2016 Yad Tabenkin - Kibbutz 2020 - Holistic analysis of the changes in the Kibbutzim communities, 20,000 IS, Prof. Eliezer Ben-Rafael , Co-PI

2015 The Van leer Jerusalem institute - New Cooperatives initiatives in Israel, 25,000 IS, PI

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

 

Books & Edited Books

Shemer, O., Rosenfeld, J.M., Dahan, O. & Daniel-Hellwing, A. (Editors). (2016). What have we actually done? Success Stories of the support-centers for students with learning disabilities. Tel Aviv: "Mofet" institution & Myers-JDC-Brookale Institute. (Hebrew)

Ben-Rafael, E. & Shemer, O. (Editors). (2020). Kibbutz 2020. Yad Tabenkin & The Kibbutz Research Institute, University of Haifa. (Hebrew).

Ben-Rafael, E. & Shemer, O. (Editors). (2020). The metamorphosis of the kibbutz. Leyden and Boston: Brill- International Comparative Social Studies. (English)

 

Chapters in Collections

Shemer, O. & Rosenfeld, J.M. (2015). "From actions to principles of action of learning from success and of integration of children with special needs in day-care centers". In: J.M., Rosenfeld, M. Gilat. & O. Shemer. (Eds). Inclusion of children with special needs in daycare centers in Israel – learning from successes in the "From risk to Opportunity Program" ("mesikun Le- sikuy" program). 57-63. Jerusalem: Myers-JDC-Brookale Institute, JDC Israel Ashalim & "Efshar" Association. (Hebrew)

Shemer, O. (2016). "Inter-cultural mediation: critical view on the development of a cultural-sensitive role". In: B. Bashir., G. Ben Porat, & Y. Yona, (Eds.). Multi-culturalism and policy. 226-263. Jerusalem: Van leer Jerusalem institute. (peer reviewed) (Hebrew)

Shemer, O. & Rosenfeld, J.M. (2016). "The learning from success journey of the managers of the support-centers for students with learning disabilities". In: O. Shemer, J.M., Rozenfeld, O. Dahan, & A. Daniel-Hellwing. (In press). What the hell did we do? Success Stories from the support-centers for students with learning disabilities. Tel Aviv: "Mofet" institution & Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute. (Hebrew)

Shemer, O., Dahan, O., Daniel-Hellwing, A. & Rozenfeld, J.M. (2016). "What the hell did we learn on what the hell did we do?". In: O. Shemer, J.M., Rozenfeld, O. Dahan, & A. Daniel-Hellwing. (In press). What the hell did we do? Success Stories from the support-centers for students with learning disabilities. Tel Aviv: "Mofet" institution & Myers-JDC-Brookale Institute. (Hebrew)

Sadan, E., Shemer, O. & Blit-Cohen, E,. (2016). Community work in public health promotion: the case of Juvenile diabetes in Israel. In: O. Bar-on-Appel, N. Levin & N. dauwd. (Editors). Health Promotion in Israel. (pp. 247-261). Tel Aviv: Probook. (Hebrew)

Shemer, O., Rosenfeld, Y.M. (2018). Learning from the extraordinary successes - an activist pedagogy of inclusive reciprocity interaction. In: Einat, A. & Nechama, E. (Eds.). Let Them Dream. (pp. 19-25). Isarel: Kampus Biyalic-Rogozin & Hakibbutz Hameuhad Publishing House.

Shemer, O., Katz, N. (2018). The contribution of the learning from success to the practice of recovery. In: N. Hadas-Lidor & M. Lahman, (Eds). Against all odds. From Rehabilitation and Recovery in Mental health to community integration. Ono College. (Hebrew)

Shemer, O. (2020). Book chapters review. In: E. Ben-Rafael & O. Shemer. (Editors). Kibbutz 2020. Yad Tabenkin & The Kibbutz Research Institute, University of Haifa. (Hebrew)

Ariel, H. & Shemer, O. (2020). The subjectivity of the community-ness: The individual experienced in the kibbutz's transition from crisis to recovery. In: E. Ben-Rafael & O. Shemer. (Editors). Kibbutz 2020. (pp. 211-250). Yad Tabenkin & The Kibbutz Research Institute, University of Haifa. (Hebrew)

Ariel, H. & Shemer, O. (2020). The subjective experience in the transition from crisis to recovery. In: E. Ben-Rafael & O. Shemer. (Editors). The Metamorphosis of the Kibbutz. (pp. 131-148). Leiden; Boston: Brill. International Comparative Social Studies, vol, 49. (English)

Shemer, O. (2021). Second wave Cooperatives: Alternative or passing phase? In: M. Topel. The Cooperation in Israel: Past, Present, Future. (382-423). Jerusalem: The Bialik Institute

Journal Articles

Shemer, O. & Agmon-Snir, H. (2019) The emergence of the emergence-based approach in community practice. Journal of Community Practice, 27:2,133-150. DOI: 10.1080/10705422.2019.1616345 (English)

Other publications (Within the Past Five Years, partial list)

Shemer, O. (Ed.). (2016). When Knowledge and practice meet: collection of practice-wisdom's articles from "Gishurim" ("Bridging") program – part B. Hebrew).

Agmon-Snir, H. & Shemer, O. (2016). Cultural competence in community work. Tel Aviv: Ministry of Welfare. (Hebrew).

Shemer, O. (2018). Leaders as Community Sensors and Modulators in Ramle's Multi-Cultural Partnership. "Gishurim" ("Bridging") program, Ministry of Welfare. (Hebrew, English – summery).

Shemer, O. (2017). On the Paths of participation: A Story about learning from un/participating People Living in Poverty. Meidaos, 84. (Journal of the Israel social work association). 32-41. (Hebrew). [An invited article to a festive issue - 80 years of social work in Israel ; Shemer, O. (2019). A Story about learning from the participation and the non-participation – of people living in poverty. ATD Fourth World UK. (English)

https://atd-uk.org/2019/04/15/in-the-paths-of-participation-learning-fro.../

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Dr. Itay Greenspan
מרצה בכיר
02-5882183
itaygree@mail.huji.ac.il
חדר 533
תחומי מחקר עיקריים: חברה אזרחית ומגזר שלישי, סביבתנות והתנהגות סביבתית, פילנתרופיה, התנדבות, אקטיביזם סביבתי

קרא עוד

Itay Greenspan

E-mail: itaygree@mail.huji.ac.il

 

Higher Education

2006-2012            PhD in Social Welfare (School of Social Policy & Practice, University
                               of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA)

2002-2005            MES in Environmental Studies (Environmental Studies, York University,
                               Toronto, ON, Canada)

2002                     Certificate in Environmental Studies (Arava Institute for Environmental
                               Studies, Kibbutz Ketura, Israel)

1998-2001            BA cum laude in Geography (Social Sciences, Hebrew University of
                               Jerusalem, Israel)

 

Appointments at the Hebrew University

2019 –             Senior Lecturer, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work & Social Welfare

2012–2018      Lecturer, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work & Social Welfare

 

Additional Functions (Within the Past Five Years)

2020 –             Chair, Teaching Committee, School of Social Work & Social Welfare

2020 –             Member, Academic Committee, The Harry S. Truman Research Institute

2018 –             Member, Ethics Committee, School of Business Administration, HUJI

2014 –             Member, Ethics Committee, School of Social Work & Social Welfare

2012 –             Research Associate, Center for the Study of Civil Society and Philanthropy in
                         Israel, School of Social Work & Social Welfare

2014 – 2017    Member, University Senate

2013 – 2020    Member, Teaching Committee, School of Social Work & Social Welfare

 

Research Grants (Within the Past Five Years)

2020-2021       HUJI Internal Grant. Professionalization and Socialization of alumni:
                         A survey of Graduates of the Nonprofit Management Program,
                         35,000 NIS (with E. Blit-Cohen).

2020-2021       Warburg Fund. Understanding Role Perception of Family, Professional
                         and Volunteer Supporters in Supported Decision Making Scheme.
                         $10,000 (with R. Holler, S. Werner)

2019-2020       The Israel Academy for Sciences and Humanities. Building Social Capital
                         for Sustainable Well-Being. 40,000 NIS (with M. Almog-Bar & Y. Geva)

2019-2020       Rothschild Foundation. Mergers in the Nonprofit Sector, 100,000 NIS
                         (with H. Schmid, M. Almog-Bar, A. Oreg)

2019-2021       Center for Judaism and Welfare Ethics. Jewish environmental movement
                         in Israel and North America. 50,000 NIS (with T. Yoreh)

2019                Eshkol Center, HUJI. Jewish environmental movement in Israel, 3,000 NIS.

2017-2019       JDC-Israel – Volunteering by youth with disability (with S. Werner, Y. Freier,
                          H. Rimon-Greenspan)

2016-2019       BSF: US–Israel Binational Science Foundation. Environmental habitus:
                         The intergenerational transmission of environmental behaviors in
                          cross-national comparison. $135,000 (with T. Katz-Gerro, F. Handy).

2015                SPNI: Society for Protection of Nature in Israel – “Civic engagement in
                         environmental decision-making. 40,000 NIS (with G. Cohen-Blankshtain).

 

 

List of Publication (Within the Past Five Years)

Chapters in Collections

Katz, H. & Greenspan, I. (2015). Giving in Israel: From old religious traditions to an emerging culture of philanthropy. In: P. Wiepking & F. Handy (eds.), The Palgrave handbook of global philanthropy (pp. 316-337). Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Journal Articles

Greenspan I. (2015). From state orientation to civil society and partnership orientations: An outlook on development and change in the Israeli environmental movement. Bitahon Sotziali, 98, 157-193 (in Hebrew)

Katz-Gerro, T., Greenspan, I., Handy, F., Lee, H.-Y., & Frey, A. (2015). Environmental philanthropy and environmental behavior in five countries: Is there convergence among youth? Voluntas, 26(4), 1485-1509.

McDougle, L. M., Handy, F., Katz-Gerro, T., Greenspan, I., & Lee, H-Y. (2015). Factors predicting proclivity and intensity to volunteer for the environment in the US and South Korea. Journal of Environmental Planning & Management, 58(5), 837-854.

Walk, M., Greenspan, I., Crossley, H. & Handy, F. (2015). Social return on investment analysis: A case study of a job and skills training program offered by a social enterprise. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 26(2), 129-144.

Walk, M., Greenspan, I., Crossley, H. & Handy, F. (2015). Mind the gap: Expectations versus experiences of clients utilizing job-training services in a social enterprise. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 86(2), 221-244.

Katz-Gerro, T., Greenspan, I., & Handy, F. (2017). Personal value types and environmental behaviors in four countries: Biospheric, universalism, benevolence, and conformity revisited. Environmental Values, 26(2), 223-249.

Ramarajan, L., Berger, I. & Greenspan, I. (2017). Multiple identity configurations: The benefits of focused enhancement for prosocial behavior. Organization Science, 28(3), 495-513.

Greenspan, I., Walk, M. & Handy, F. (2018). Immigrant integration through volunteering: The importance of contextual factors. Journal of Social Policy,47(4), 803-825.

Zibenberg, A., Greenspan, I., Katz-Gerro, T. & Handy, F. (2018). Environmental behavior among Russian Youth: The role of self-direction and environmental concern. Environmental Management, 62(2), 295-304.

Ruiz-Sportmann, A.S. & Greenspan, I. (2019). Relational interactions between immigrant and native-born volunteers: Trust-building and integration or suspicion and conflict? Voluntas, 30, 932-946. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11266-019-00108-5

Zanbar, L., Greenspan, I., Itzhaky, H. & Handy, F. (2019). Awareness of and trust in welfare organizations from different sectors among social work students: The role of educational factors. Bitahon Sotziali (Social Security), 108, 131-160 (in Hebrew).

Katz-Gerro, T., Greenspan, I., Handy, F. & Vered, Y. (2019). Environmental behavior in three countries: The role of intergenerational transmission and domains of socialization. Journal of Environmental Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvp.2019.101343.

Oreg, A. & Greenspan, I. (forthcoming). When the gift is half-hearted: Uncovering the concept of ambivalent philanthropy. International Review for the Sociology of Sport

 

Oreg, A. & Greenspan, I. & Berger, I. (2020). When the gift is half-hearted: A socio-cultural study of ambivalence in a charity sport event. International Review for the Sociology of Sport. https://doi.org/10.1177/1012690220968107

Greenspan, I., Katz-Gerro, T., Handy, F. Park, S. Intergenerational transmission of environmental household practice among South Korean families: Continuity and change. Families, Relationships and Societies. https://doi.org/10.1332/204674321X16172729233053

Greenspan, I. Cohen-Blankshtain, G. & Geva, Y. NGO roles and anticipated outcomes in environmental participatory processes: A typology. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1177/08997640211008989

Handy, F., Katz-Gerro, T. Greenspan, I., & Vered, Y. Intergenerational disenchantment? Environmental behaviors and motivations across generations in South Korea. Geoforum, 121, 53-64. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2021.02.020

 

Other Manuscripts and research reports

Geva, Y., Greenspan, I. & Almog-Bar, M. (2020). Building Social Capital for Sustainable Well-Being in Israel: A Scientific Review. The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

Almog-Bar, M. & Greenspan, I. (2109). Civil society organizations in Israel: An updated outlook based on Data from GuideStar-Israel. Jerusalem: Center for the Study of Civil Society and Philanthropy in Israel [Heb.]. Link

Drezner, N.D., Greenspan, I., Katz, H., & Feit, G. (2017). Philanthropy in Israel 2016: Patterns of individual giving. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University. Link

Cohen-Blankshtain, G., Greenspan, I., Naali-Yosef, H. & Geva, Y. (2015). Public participation in environmental decision-making: International perspectives. Tel Aviv: The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI) (Hebrew).

 

 

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