Dr. Naama Katz
Assistant Dean of Students, Head of Mental Health and Lecturer in the Department of Occupational
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For the past 24 years, Dr. Naama Katz has accompanied people with psychiatric disabilities in various community and hospital services. She is a senior instructor of the Ministry of Health, engaged in the training of service managers and staff, in the construction of rehabilitation services. Dr. Katz coordinates the activities of the alumni organization of the Department of Occupational Therapy. She serves as the Assistant Dean of Students with responsibility over the Haifa Campus of Ono Academic College.
Faculty of Welfare and Health Sciences, Department of Occupational Therapy, University of Haifa (2015).
Occupational Therapy, Tel Aviv University (2003).
Occupational Therapy, University of Haifa (1993).
Occupational therapy in the field of mental health, training groups engaged in the development of professional identity accompanied by practical training, marketing and promotion of the profession, dilemmas in rehabilitation and recovery, communication skills. (PBT (Problem based learning.
Communication promotes recovery and personal well-being, communication with victims of crime.
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Katz, N. (2007). On the difference between a resurrected person and a therapist, from talking about doing the ... In: N. Hadas Lidor, m. Lachman (Eds.), Rehabilitation and recovery in mental health (pp. 49-60). Kfar Yona: Litham Publishing.
Katz, N. (2010). The training, as another tool in my rehabilitative toolbox: on the way to rehabilitation integration and recovery. Israeli Journal of Occupational Therapy, 19 (2), H124-H129.
Katz. N., Hadas-Lidor, N. (2012). Training training - different thinking in the work of the healer in the occupation as a rehabilitation person. Israeli Journal of Occupational Therapy 21 (3) H 141-H 161.
Katz, N., Breuer, N., Tenth, M., Spiegler, J., Goldman, N., Abramovich, A., (2012). "For me with myself" - a tool for self-mapping of ethical dilemmas in occupational therapy. An Israeli journal for occupational therapy. H185-H200.
Pogach, D., Katz, N., Lavock- Gal, D., Katz, N. (2016). 'When I grow up, I hope to influence just like you "- Legal and occupational assistance as means of minimizing crime victims' secondary victimization and enhancing their wellbeing." Hamishpat "- The law journal, The College of Management's Haim Stricks School of Law .