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Our doctoral student - Ziva Barel - at a conference in Rome

Mrs. Ziva Barel-Shoshani, a doctoral student at the School of Creative Arts Therapies gave a conference named

Distinguishing change in self-perception by Self-Figure Drawings in subjects who underwent different breast cancer treatments

at the 8th European Breast Congress that took place in Rome, December 4th and 5th, 2017


גב' זיוה בראל-שושני, דוקטורנטית בבית ספר לאמנויות הציגה הרצאה בשם: 

הבחנה בשינוי בתפיסה העצמית בקרב נשים שעברו טיפולים שונים למחלת סרטן השד  על ידי ציור עצמי

בכנס 8th European Breast Congress  שהתקיים ברומא ב4 ו-5 בדצמבר 2017

לתקציר ההרצאה



אופנה ככלי טיפולי - ד"ר טלי סטולובי

מאמר חדש של טלי סטולובי, מפתחת שיטת "Styling Therapy"


קישור למאמר בגולבס


How Your Body Affects Your Happiness: Tal Shafir at TED


Dr. Tal Shafir has had a special passion for movement and dance since young age. As an adult she wanted to bring their exhilarating effects on mood and well being to other people. Thus, after graduating with her LLB degree from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and becoming a lawyer, she studied dance-movement therapy, as soon as those studies became available in Israel. While working with neurologically impaired children, the desire to design better interventions prompted her to go back to school to study neuro-physiology of motor control. Once in school, she was drawn to research and decided to continue her career in academia.


Join our new project - KitCat


The Emili Sagol Creative Arts Therapies Research Center is proud to present a recently launched innovative project that will help disperse practice-based knowledge among professionals, encourage professionals to develop new tools, measures, and therapeutic techniques, and validate existing evaluation measures.

We are currently collecting practice-based knowledge, methods of assessment, and intervention techniques in the field of creative arts therapies.

The goal of this project is to distribute this knowledge between social service providers, policy makers, and researchers, in a way that will benefit both society and professionals. These resources will be available via an internet database, the creative arts therapies kit, named KIT CAT (Knowledge Intervention Techniques in Creative Arts Therapies).

Professionals in the fields of creative arts therapies and social work are invited to contribute their developments to this database. The material will be peer reviewed before publication. We are looking for new data in the form of videos, photos, articles and any other format. All original material will be protected and all credit will be given to the appropriate parties.

We believe it is time for practitioners and professional in the field of creative arts therapies to share their knowledge and innovations with the world (within Israel and abroad), in order to better the lives of their clients.

If you are interested in taking part in our interactive learning manual and receive instructions for submissions to the database, please send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We look forward to collaborating with you.

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