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Lori Greenberger, Dr.

Academic Positions

  • ​Senior lecturer
  • Researcher
  • Clinical supervisor

Research Interests

  • Counseling and Family
  • Training and professional development in the area of education counseling       
  • Jews and Arabs in the academia- in particular in educational counseling
  • Attitudes towards people with learning disabilities and disabilities in general


  • Training Workshop Internship (clinical supervision )
  • Preparation for professional school counseling: From theory to practice
  • Professional Team Work Skills
  • Applied Project Preparation Workshop
  • Family Counseling

Recent Publications

  • Leyser Y., Greenberger, L., Sharoni, V. & Vogel, G. (2011). Students with disabilities in teacher education: Changes in faculty attitudes and accommodations over ten years. International Journal of Special Education, 26 (1), 162-174
  • Shimoni, A. & Greenberger, L. (2014). School counselors deliver information about school counseling and their work: What professional message is conveyed? Professional School Counseling, 18 (1), 15-27.
  • Greenberger, L. (2016). Faculty attitudes toward students with disabilities at an Israeli leading technology institute. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 21(1), 1-13.
  • Greenberger, L. & Bairey Ben-Ishay. (2019). What Arab and Jewish school counsellors remember from within-group diversity in academia and how it affects their work. In: Schlösser, A.M. A Psychoanalytic Exploration On Sameness and Otherness: Beyond Babel? Chapter 2 (pp.45-56). London : Routledge Pub.

Other Interests

I hold a Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, a Masters degree Special Education and Educational Consulting, I am a psychotherapist practicing in the Jungian Analytical approach and I am certified in family and couples therapy. I have experience in research and treatment both in Israel and in the United States. For 15 years, I worked in a range of positions in the Ministry of Education’s psychology services, initially as a special needs teacher and later as an educational consultant. Later I worked in training and treatment in Jewish schools as well as mixed Jewish-Arab schools. I worked in a psychiatric ward at one of the largest hospitals in Israel in the family treatment center as well as at the Ministry of Education treatment center.
I am currently Assistant Professor and researcher in the Masters programs in Educational Counseling and Research and Evaluation at Beit Berl College.  My fields of research and interest are a combination of special education and educational counseling, focusing on perspectives regarding marginalized members of society (specifically people with disabilities) and their integration into society. In addition, my research deals with Jewish-Arab encounter in education counselor training. I am interested in various aspects of training as well as professional development in the area of education counseling and psychotherapy.

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