Psychological Perspectives on Israel during the COVID Pandemic: Table of Contents

Psychological Perspectives on Israel during the COVID Pandemic: Table of Contents

“Loneliness is More Dangerous to us than the Corona” 

Table of Contents

  1. Issue Three: Psychological Perspectives on Israel During the COVID Pandemic — Varda Silberberg
  2. My time of Corona, a bridge between reality and imagination: Interview with Orit Reshef Even-Shoshan
  3. “Unity of Opposites”: Hope in psychodrama group psychotherapy based on the Jewish Hassidic spiritual approach: Interview with Ziva Bracha- Gidron
  4. Opportunities, challenges and benefits of school-based group interventions
    during COVID-19 social distancing: Training program, outcomes, and recommendations
    Essay prepared by Dimona Yaniv
  5. “Stomim Only” online emotional discourse Being far, feeling close – Interview with Orly Orion-Liver
  6. Fourth age support group by means of arts during the Corona pandemic: Interview with Daniella Bassis and Orna Megides
  7. Waking up the bear: Dance/movement therapy group model with depressed adult patients during Covid-19 2020  Essay prepared by Sheerie Lotan Mesika
  8. COVID19 as a moment of truth — Interview with Said Masarweh
  9. Animal-assisted therapy and the Bowlby Center for Animal Assisted Therapy: Interview with Marta Lejzen.
  10. COVID19 crisis in therapy Essay prepared by Gil Erlich
  11. “Squalls Bloom in Dry Soil”: COVID19 as hope for change – Interview with Ilan Sharif
  12. Group therapy, individual therapy and supervision group during “Corona-Days”: Interview with Judith Rybko
  13. Hope In Corona times in Israel, Concluding essay prepared by Varda Silberberg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Varda SilberbergDr. Varda Silberberg is the founder and general manager of the Ziv Institute for Organizational Development (OD) and an expert in change OD processes, integrating organizational strategy, organizational culture and ethics. She is a senior management consultant with extensive experience leading organizational change and growth projects in major companies in Israel and abroad, and has been consulted on sensitive corporate issues that intertwine systemic, individual, and interpersonal dimensions of organizational operations. Varda has a PhD in organizational ethics, and has taught numerous courses in the field of organizational psychology, and has developed and headed several graduate programs. In the last three years she was the dean of Israeli doctorate students at the Professional School of Psychology in California. Dr. Silberberg was the chair of the Israeli Association for Organizational Development and has trained and supervised many generations of OD consultants in Israel.

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