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Conversation between Rachel Paran and Yishai Shalif: How faith and spirituality help in coping

Rachel Paran , Yishai Shalif

In this conversation, Yishai Shalif and Rachel Paran, two therapists practicing in both the Appreciative Inquiry and the Narrative therapy  theories, tell us about their personal experience in helping Israeli people traumatised by war. They talk candidly about the role of faith in the healing process , and illustrated their conversation with very personal and touching stories about their very difficult and at the same time enriching experiences.   

Recorded at the NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS)
November 2008, New South Wales, Australia.
Visit STARTTS at : www.STARTTS.org.au

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Rachel Paran

Rachel Paran lives close to Jerusalem, Israel. She has an M.A. in Clinical and School psychology and has studied Narrative therapy in the USA and Australia at Dulwich Centre.
She co-direct the Qesem Center through which she has been teaching and training in the areas of Narrative Therapy, Appreciative Inquiry and transformative listening for multicultural dialogue. She has also private practices working with families, couples, adolescents and Children.

Yishai Shalif

Yishai Shalif lives in Jerusalem, Israel. He has an M.A. in School psychology and a post graduate diploma in Narrative Therapy from Dulwich Centre. He also is a non-practicing, yet ordained, rabbi. Currently he is the director of school psychological services in Modiin Ilit Municipality, Israel.
He co-direct the Qesem Center through which he has been teaching and training in the areas of Narrative Therapy, Appreciative Inquiry and transformative listening for multicultural dialogue. He has also private practices working with families, couples, adolescents and Children.

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