Hadar Fisher, M.A.

Hadar earned both her B.A. in Psychology and criminology and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Bar-Ilan University (BIU) in Ramat-Gan, Israel. She is completing a clinical internship at the community clinic of the psychology department. Her research interests include clients' processes of change and their contribution to better emotion regulation and symptomatic relief. Specifically she is interest in clients' ability to experience and process their emotion during psychotherapy.

Roei Chen, M.A.

Roei earned his B.A in Psychology from the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel and his M.A in Clinical Psychology from Bar-Ilan University (BIU) in Ramat-Gan, Israel. His study includes therapist personality characteristics and interpersonal processes in therapy. He is specially focuses on the association between therapist characteristics, intervention and therapy outcome during alliance-ruptures episodes.


GRADUATE STUDENT, 1st Year, Clinical Psychology
Neta earned her B.A in Behavioral Science from The Academic College of Tel Aviv Yaffo.
Neta is interested in Dropouts from psychotherapy tretment, and its association with emotion regulation of client and therapist.

Nehama HaCohen, M.A.

Nehama earned both her B.A. and M.A. in Psychology from Bar-Ilan University and currently receives President’s Doctoral Fellowship of Excellence to write her PhD. Nehama is the research coordinator of the Relational Psychotherapy lab. As part of her research she developed with colleges the Two Person APES (TPA), a psychotherapy process measure that emphasizes the relational approach to inner change. Her research interests include narrative and identity change and combine qualitative and quantitative methods


GRADUATE STUDENT, 1nd Year Clinical Psychology
Sivan earned her B.A in Psychology from the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya. Before coming to Bar-Ilan University she worked at Gurit Birnbaum's sexuality in close relationships Research Lab. Sivan is interested in psychotherapy research, the therapist interventions and feedback in therapy.

Yosef Silber, B.A

Graduate student, 2nd year Clinical Psychology.
Earned his B.A from Bar-Ilan University.
He studies therapist interventions that enhance metacognitive abilities, and the connection between metacognition and outcome in psychotherapy.
Additionally, he coordinates the feedback given to therapists in the Bar-Ilan University Community Clinic.

Moreah Zisquit​, B.Sc.

Graduate Student, 2nd year Clinical Psychology
Moreah earned her B.Sc. from Hebrew University double majoring in Biology and Psychology. She worked as a research assistant in a neuroscience lab that focuses on brain plasticity and learning before coming to Bar-Ilan University. Her research interests include the emotional experience in psychotherapy, its' contribution to therapeutic outcome and assessing diverse methods of measuring it.

Maya Musafia, B.A.

Maya holds a B.A degree in Psychology and Communication from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and she is a M.A student in the field of Organizational Development in the Sociology department in Bar Ilan University. She has a few years' experience as a research assistant in different psychology departments.