“Unity of Opposites”: Hope in Psychodrama Group Psychotherapy Based on the Jewish Hassidic Spiritual Approach

“Unity of Opposites”: Hope in Psychodrama Group Psychotherapy Based on the Jewish Hassidic Spiritual Approach

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Ziva Bracha GibronZiva Bracha Gidron is the founder and manager of The Jerusalem Psychodrama Institute: "Hakol Koreh", associated with the "David Yellin Academic College of Education". She is a psychodramatist and psychotherapist who counsels individuals, couples and groups. She works as a privet -senior lecturer in the "Crisis, Stress and Suicide Treatment Unit" of the Israeli Ministry of Education. She is also a senior lecturer in Professor Mordechai Rotenberg's institute. Writer and director of monodrama experimental theater performance. The title of her doctoral dissertation in Psychology is "Hope in Psychodrama Group Psychotherapy Based on the Jewish Hassidic Spiritual Approach".

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