Prof. Nehami Baum

Prof.
Prof. Nehami Baum
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EDUCATION:

2013: Visiting Scholar, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

2010: Visiting Scholar - School of Social Work, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

2008: Summer Visiting Scholar - School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley CA

2005: Summer Visiting Scholar - School of Social Work, University of Washington, Seattle Washington

2002: Summer Post Doctorate - Judith Wallerstein Center for the Family in Transition, CA

2000: Ph.D (Social Work) - Bob Shapell School of Social Work, University of Tel Aviv

1995: M.A (Social Work) - Bob Shapell School of Social Work, University of Tel Aviv

1987: B.A (Social Work) - Bob Shapell School of Social Work, University of Tel Aviv

 

PROFESSIONAL FUNCTIONS 

2008: Review proposals for the CSWE's 54th Annual Program Meeting

2009: Review research proposals for the Israel Science Foundation (ISF)

2009: Review research proposal for Haruv Institute

2010: Review research proposal for Haruv Institute

2011: Review research proposals for the Israel Science Foundation (ISF)

2011: Review research proposal for Haruv Institute

2013: Review research proposal for Greenway Foundation of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2015: External examiner for a dissertation in Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA

2015: Review research proposal for the Ministry of Science, Technology & Space, Israel

 

Review of Manuscripts for Academic Journals

2002 to date:

American Journal of Orthopsychiatry

American Journal of Psychotherapy

British Journal of Social Work

Clinical Social Work Journal

Clinical Supervisor

Current Anthropology

Ethnic and Racial Studies

Family Process

Family Relations

Human Relations

Health and Social Care in the Community

International Journal of Social Work

Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Journal of Social Work Education

Qualitative Health Research

Social Work Education

Social Security (Hebrew)

Society and Welfare (Hebrew)

Sihot – Dialogue: Israeli Journal of Psychotherapy (Hebrew)

 

Membership in Research Group

2007-2008: The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute: Member of the Therapeutic Discourse, Inequality and National Boundaries workgroup

 

Coordination and Memberships in Professional Committees

1995-1996: Ministry of Welfare, Professional Coordinator of the Committee on Checking the System of Services for Children at Risk

1995-1996: Ministry of Justice, Professional Coordinator of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on the Establishment of Courts on Family Affairs

1998-2002: Member of the Committee on Professional Development of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy

2002-2008: Chairperson of the Committee on Professional Development of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy

2008-2011: Member of the Ethic Committee of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy and Family

2011 to date: Chairperson of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy

 

Membership in Professional Societies

1997 to date: Israeli Association for Social Work

1998 to date: Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy and Family Life Education

2006 to date: Israeli Sociological Society

2007 to date: Israeli Association for Psychotherapy

2008 to date: Council for Social Work Education

2010 to date: Member of Social Work and Health Inequalities Network

2010 to date: Member of Stress and Anxiety Research Society

 

AWARDS/GRANT/HONORS

1995: M.S.W. Summa cum laude Tel Aviv University         

1998: Bob Shapell Doctor Scholarship

1999: Excellence Scholarship for Doctoral Students

2003: IASSW Grant, Travel Award

2011: Bar Ilan University, Teaching Excellence, Rector Award       

2013: Travel Funding, School of Social Work, USC, USA

2015: Honorable Mention for Best Qualitative Article published in 2014 in Journal of Social Work Education ("Women Pursuing Higher Education in Ultra-Orthodox Society" Baum, Yedidiya, Schwartz, & Aran).

 

GRANTS

2005: Establishment of International Network of Social Workers for Peace, IASSW. With Prof. Ramon and others

2008: Evaluation Study of the Haredi Social Work College, Bar Ilan University. With Dr. Schwartz, Dr. Yedidiya and Dr. Aran

2010: Social Workers in Times of War, The Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare. Principle Investigator with Prof. Gross

2010: The Social Workers Role in Coping with Inequality in the Health System,  The Israel National Institute for Health Policy and Health Services Research. Principal Investigator with Prof. Gross

2013: Coping with inequality in health and health services from the perspective of patients, The Israel National Institute for Health Policy and Health Services Research. Principle Investigator

2014: Material aid for individuals and families in social workers' intervention in the social services. The Ministry of Welfare and Social Services

2014: Evaluation of Training social workers in the health system: Coping with loss due to chronic disease. Meuhedet Health Services

2014: Evaluation of a therapeutic intervention with animals in child maltreatment
The Ministry of Welfare and Social Services. with Dr. Ben Shlomo

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

Positions at Bar Ilan University

2001-2008: Member of B.A. Teaching Committee

2003 to date: Member of Status Committee

2005: Member of Bar Ilan 40th Anniversary Festivities Committee

2005- 2009: Member of the Kukin Family Center

2006- 2008: Member of Fieldwork Committee

2007 to date: Member of the School Council

2009- 2014: Member of the University B.A Scholarship and Awards Committee

2010- 2014: Head of the M.A. Program

2012- 2014: Member of University Outstanding Lecturer Selection Committee

2015 to date: Head of the M.A. Program and the M.A. Completion Program

2015 to date: Vice Director of the School of Social Work

 

Certification

1987: Certified Social Worker

1992: Expert Custody Evaluation Social Worker, Municipality of Netanya, Israel

1998: Certified Family Therapist

2006: Psychotherapist

2014: Certified Supervisor in Family Therapy

 

Public Positions

1998-2002 : Member of the Committee on Professional Development of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy

2002-2008: Chairperson of the Committee on Professional Development of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy

2008-2011: Member of the Ethic Committee of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy and Family

2011-date: Chairperson of the Israeli Association for Marital and Family Therapy

 

Volunteering

2004-2007: A volunteer Therapist in "AMCHA"

 

Organization of Scientific Conferences and Seminars

2002: Meeting of the Faculty of Israeli Schools of Social Work

2003-2006: Israeli Association of Marital and Family Therapy

2003: Meeting the World of Adolescents

2004: Illness as a Family Task

2004: Chair - The Mute Gender: Men in Couple and Marital Therapy

2005: The Strange Couple: Treatment and Research of Couples and Families

2006: Late Divorce

2011: The Violence is Running Wild: Where are the professionals and where is the Media, School of Social Work, Bar Ilan University

2012: Look Failure in the Eye: Annual Conference for Presenting the Work of Social Work Students at Bar Ilan University

2013: "Unacknowledged Losses: Theory and Research" Session Loss, Bereavement and Human Resilience in Israeli Society, Eilat, Israel.

 

Continuing Education/Enrichment Courses

1988-1989: Children's Drawings – Enrichment course in the framework of the Individual Welfare Department, Municipality of Netanya.

1991-1992: Expert Custody Evaluation Social Worker, The Central School for Training Social Workers in Tel Aviv.

1998-1999: Two-year Program for Certification as Supervisor in Family Therapy, Continuing Education and Specializations Unit, Tel Aviv University.

1999: Qualifying Teachers for the Advancement of Teaching, The Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Tel Aviv University.

2003-2006: Psychotherapy Program – three-year Program, Haifa University

Publications

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Baum, N. (2007). Forced termination: Trainees' treatment terminations with clients. In W. O’Donohue & M.A. Cucciare, (Eds.), A clinician’s guide to the theory and practice of termination of psychotherapy (pp. 15-31). New York: Routledge, Francis & Taylor.

Baum, N. (2008). Men’s ways of mourning and their implications for psychological counseling. In A. Patterson & N. L. Irina (Eds.), Psychological counseling research focus (pp. 95-109). NY: Nova Publishers.

Baum, N. (2009). Psychological processes affecting post-divorce paternal functioning. In M. Russo & A. De Luca (Eds.), Psychology of family relationships (Chapter 11). NY: Nova Publishers.

*Shalev, O., Baum, N., & Itzhaky, H (2010). First intercourse experience: Stress situation among national religious (Dati Le'umi) women. In O. Sarid, D. Segal-Engelchin & J. Cwikel (Eds.), Mind-body mosaic: Women’s health in Israel (pp. 26-41). Beer Sheva: Ben Gurion University of the Negev Press. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2011). Coping with disenfranchised grief in a shared traumatic reality: Social work students with psychological proximity to terror victims. In R. Kaufman, R. Edwards, J. Mirsky & A. Avgar, (Ed.), Crisis as an opportunity: Organizational and professional responses to disaster (pp. 178-189). University Press of America, Inc.

Baum, N. (2012). Spirituality in partnership. In C. Frost, & J. Bettmann (Eds.), Cross-cultural social work practice: case study from a global context (pp. 61-64). New York, NY: Routledge.

Zalzman, A. & Baum, N. (2014). Recount women's violence: Group therapy for treating women's violence against their spouses. In Y. Wilczek & Y. Mazeh (Eds.), Silent violence – men as victims (pp. 131-148). Ariel: Ariel University in Samaria. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (in press). Studying social work: dilemmas and difficulties of ultra-orthodox women. In B. Crisp (Ed.)The Routledge handbook of religion, spirituality and social work. Routledge.

Baum, N. (in press). Therapist self-care to mitigate secondary traumatization. In S. Maltzman (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of treatment processes and outcomes in counseling psychology. Oxford Press.

Baum, N.  (in press). Mental health professionals working in a shared traumatic reality. In S. Maltzman (Ed.),The Oxford handbook of treatment processes and outcomes in counseling psychology. Oxford Press.

 

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS/PERIODICALS

Baum, N., & Rahav, G. (2002). Divorced women: Factors contributing to self-identity change. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage37(3/4), 41-59. doi: 10.1300/J087v37n03_03

Baum, N. (2003). Divorce process variables and the co-parental relationship and parental role fulfillment of divorced parents. Family Process, 42(1), 117-149.

Baum, N. (2003). The male way of mourning divorce: When, what and how. Clinical Social Work Journal31(1), 37-50. doi: 10.1023/A:1021462517875

Baum, N., & Shnit, D. (2003). Divorced parents' conflict management styles: Self-differentiation and narcissism.Journal of Divorce and Remarriage39(3/4), 37-58. doi: 10.1300/J087v39n03_02

Baum, N. (2004). On helping divorced men mourn their losses. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 58(2)174-185.

Baum, N. (2004). Coping with 'absence-presence': Non-custodial fathers' parenting behaviors. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry74(3), 316-324. doi: 10.1037/0002-9432.74.3.316

(Published also as: Baum, N. (2005). Coping with 'absence-presence': Non-custodial fathers' parenting behaviors, Sihot, 20(1), 71-76. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2004). Social work students cope with terror. Clinical Social Work Journal 32(4), 395-413. doi: 10.1007/s10615-004-0539-y

Baum, N. (2004). Typology of post-divorce parental relationships and behaviors. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage 41(3/4), 53-79. doi: 10.1300/J087v41n03_03

Baum, N. (2004). Social work students treatment termination as a temporary role-exit. The Clinical Supervisor, 23(1), 165-177. doi: 10.1300/J001v23n01_10

Baum, N., & Shnit, D. (2005). Self-Differentiation and narcissism in divorced parents co-parental relationships and functioning. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 42(3/4), 33-60. doi: 10.1300/J087v42n03_03

Baum, N., Rahav G., & Sharon, D. (2005). Changes in the self-concepts of divorced women. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 43(1/2), 47-67. doi: 10.1300/J087v43n01_03

Baum, N. (2005). Miscarriage: The disenfranchised grief of men. Society and Welfare25(1), 97-115. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2005). Correlates of clients’ emotional and behavioral responses to treatment termination. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3)309-326. doi: 10.1007/s10615-005-4946-5

Baum, N. (2006). Are they really the same? Supervisor and student responses at termination. Aretê /, 30(2), 58-74.

Baum, N. (2006). End of year treatment termination: Responses of social work student trainees. British Journal of Social Work, 36, 639-656. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bch253

Baum, N. (2006). Social work in political conflict. Families in Societies, 87(3)395-400. doi: 10.1606/1044-3894.3544

Baum, N. (2006). A Kleinian perspective on the divorce process. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(3)279-292. doi: 10.1007/s10615-005-0015-3

Baum, N. (2006). Social work practice in conflict ridden areas: Cultural sensitivity is not enough. British Journal of Social Work37(5), 873-891. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcl050

Baum, N. (2006). Pregnant field students’ guilt. Journal of Social Work Education, 42(3), 561-578. doi: 10.5175/JSWE.2006.200404144

Baum, N. (2006). Post-divorce paternal disengagement: Failed mourning and role fusion. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 32(2), 245-254. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-0606.2006.tb01603.x

Baum, N. (2006). The mute gender: Literature review on social work attitude to men as clients. Society and Welfare, 26(2), 219-238. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2006). Forced termination – A literature review. Society and Welfare, 26(3), 355-375. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., & Itzhaky, H. (2006). Pregnancy as a secret in supervision. Arete, 29(2), 33-43.

Baum, N. (2007). Field supervisors’ feelings and concerns at the termination of the supervisory relationship.British Journal of Social Work37(6), 1095-1112. 10.1093/bjsw/bcl057

Baum, N. (2007). Separation guilt in women who initiate divorce. Clinical Social Work Journal35, 47-55. doi: 10.1007/s10615-006-0053-5

Baum, N. (2007). Therapists' responses to treatment termination: An inquiry into the variables that contribute to therapists’ experiences. Clinical Social Work Journal35, 97-106. doi: 10.1007/s10615-006-0066-0

Baum, N. (2007). It's not only cultural differences: Comparison of Jewish Israeli social work students' thoughts and feelings about treating Jewish ultra-orthodox and Palestinian Israeli clients. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 31, 575-589. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijintrel.2006.11.004

Baum, N. (2009). Supervisors' responses to pregnant supervisees. Clinical Supervisor, 28(1), 3-19. doi: 10.1080/07325220902832523

Erera, P., & Baum, N. (2009). Chat-room voices of divorced non-residential fathers. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 36(2), 63-83.

Gross, R., Baum, N., & Oved-Or, M. (2009). Factors associated with seeking formal and informal help for mental distress in the general population in Israel. Social Security, 79, 111-140 (Hebrew).

Baum, N. (2010). Where professional and personal values may clash: Social workers' attitudes towards professional involvement in the evacuation of Israeli settlers from Gaza and Northern Samaria. European Journal of Social Work, 13(1), 55-72. doi: 10.1080/13691450903403842

Ayalon, L., & Baum, N. (2010). Social Workers In Home Care: The Israeli Case. Educational Gerontology, 36(10-11), 858-871. doi: 10.1080/03601271003608944

Baum, N. (2010). Jewish Israeli social work students’ attitudes to the prospect of being assigned an Israeli Arab client. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 19(2), 143-170. doi: 10.1080/15313201003771817

Baum, N., & Ramon, S. (2010). Professional growth in turbulent times: An impact of political violence on social work practice in Israel. Journal of Social Work, 10(2), 139-156. doi: 10.1177/1468017310363636

Baum, N. (2010). Standing tall: A look at the development of identity among Palestinian citizens of Israel. Social Identities, 16(1), 135-150. doi: 10.1080/13504630903465969

Rosenthal Gelman, C., & Baum, N. (2010). Social work students' pre-placement anxiety: An international comparison. Social Work Education, 29(4), 427-440. doi: 10.1080/02615470903009007

Baum, N. (2010). After a terror attack: Israeli-Arab professionals' feelings and experiences. Journal of Social and Personal Relations, 27(5), 1-20. doi: 10.1177/0265407510368965.

Baum, N. (2010). Dual role transition among first time pregnant social work student trainees. Social Work Education, 29(7), 718-728. doi: 10.1080/02615471003599335.

Baum, N. (2010). Shared traumatic reality in communal disasters: Toward a conceptualization. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice and Training47(2), 249-259. doi: 10.1037/a0019784.

Dekel, R., & Baum, N. (2010). Intervention in a shared traumatic reality: A new challenge for social workers.British Journal of Social Work, doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcp137.

Baum, N. (2010). Issues in psychotherapy with clients affiliated with opposing sides of a violent political conflict. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi:10.1007/s10615-010-0291-4.

Baum, N. (2010). Co-supervisees as siblings. Clinical Supervisor, 29(2), 209-227 doi: 10.1080/07325223.2010.518508.

Waldman, A., Baum, N., & Soskolne, V. (2011). "Not that pink": The meaning of inter-personal relationships among elderly gay men. Gerontology, 38(1), 53-69 (Hebrew).

Baum, N. (2011). Social work students' feelings and concerns about the ending of their fieldwork supervision.Social Work Education, 30(1), 83-97 doi: 10.1080/02615471003743388.

Baum, N. (2011). The supervisory relationship as a triangle: A study of students' perceptions, Families in Society. Families in Society, 92(3), 262-268, doi: 10.1606/1044-3894.4124.

Baum, N. (2011). Reflective-writing for trainees to work through unfinished business in poor supervisory relationships, Social Work Education, 31(1), 110-124, doi: 10.1080/02615479.2010.539604.

Baum, N. (2012). "Emergency routine": The experience of professionals in a shared traumatic reality of war.British Journal of Social Work42, 424-442. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcr032. (IF 1.484; 7/40)

Baum, N. (2012) Trap of conflicting needs: Helping professionals when disaster hits their own community,Clinical Social Work Journal40(1), 37-45. doi: 10.1007/s10615-011-0347-0. (IF 0.5; 29/40)

Baum, N., Weidberg, Z., Osher, Y., & Kohelet, D. (2012). No longer pregnant, not yet a mother: Giving birth prematurely to a very low weight baby. Qualitative Health Research, 22(5), 595-606. doi: 10.1177/1049732311422899. (IF 2.106; 37/70)

*Shalev, O., Baum, N., & Itzhaky, H. (2012). Mate selection and marriage decision in bicultural society: Modern Orthodox society in Israel. Marriage & Family Review, 48(2), 210-226.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01494929.2011.650350.

Baum, N. (2012). Field supervision in countries ridden by armed conflict. International Social Work55 (5), 704-719, doi:10.1177/0020872812447635.
(IF 0.683; 31/40)

*Shalev, O., Baum, N., & Itzhaky, H. (2013). "There's a man in my bed": The first experience of sex among Modern Orthodox newlyweds in Israel. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy39 (1), 40-45. doi: 10.1080/0092623X.2012.675021. (IF 2.098; 12/39)

Baum, N. (2013) Jewish-Israeli Social Workers' Responses to Ethnic Health Inequality. Qualitative Health Research, 23(4), 507-516. doi: 10.1177/1049732312470214. (IF 2.106; 37/70)

Baum, N., Schwartz, Y., Yedidiya, T., & Aran, O. (2013). Social work studies at a Haredi women's college: Difficulties and dilemmas. Social Work Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/02615479.2012.756863.

Baum, N. (2013). Professionals' double exposure in the shared traumatic reality of wartime: Contributions to professional growth and stress. British Journal of Social Work. Advance online publication doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bct085 (IF 1.484; 7/40)

Baum, N., & *Negbi, I. (2013). Children removed from home by court order: Fathers' disenfranchised grief and reclamation of paternal functions. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(10), 1679-1685. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.07.003.  (IF 1.383; 11/40)

Baum, N.  & *Neurberger, T. (2013). The contributions of persons in the work environment to the self-identity of persons with mental illness: A study in Israel. Health and Social Care in the Community. doi: 10.1111/hsc.12085
(IF 1.54; 8/40)

Baum, N. (2013). Female receptivity to secondary traumatization in the family. Family Process. doi: 10.1111/famp.12049 (IF 2.362; 4/39)

Selected for translation for the Spanish edition of the Journal.

Baum, N., Yedidiya, T., Schwartz, Y., & Aran, O. (2014). Women pursuing higher education in ultra-orthodox society. Journal of Social Work Education, 50(1), 164-175. doi: 10.1080/10437797.2014.856242  (IF 0.771; 33/39)

Baum, N. (2013). Field supervision in a conflict zone: Jewish Israeli supervisors - Arab Israeli field students.Clinical Supervisor32(2), 147-166. doi: 10.1080/07325223.2013.846753

Baum, N., Rahav, G., & *Sharon, M. (2014). Heightened susceptibility to secondary traumatization: A meta-analysis of gender differences. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry84(2), 111-122. doi: 10.1037/h0099383
(IF 2.164; 6/40)

Baum, N. (2014). Work-Family conflict among social workers, managers, and policy-makers in times of disaster.British Journal of Social Work. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcu094 (IF 1.484; 7/40)

Baum, N. Shalit, H. Kum, Y. & Tal, M., (2015). Social workers' role in tempering inequality in healthcare in hospitals and clinics. Health and Social Care in the Community. doi: 10.1111/hsc.12234 (IF 1.54; 8/40)

Baum, N. (2015) Secondary traumatization in mental health professionals: A systematic review of gender findings. Trauma, Violence and Abuse.
DOI: 10.1177/1524838015584357 (IF 2.939/4.378; 1/40)

Baum, N. (2015).The unheard gender: The neglect of men as social work clients. British Journal of Social Work. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcv074

Baum, N. (2015). Gender sensitive intervention to improve work with fathers in child welfare services. Child and Family Social Work. doi: 10.1111/cfs.12259

 

BOOK REVIEWS IN REFEREED JOURNALS

Baum, N. (2011). Book Review: Lucy Williams, Global Marriage: Cross-Border Marriage Migration in Global Context. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(5), 891-892.

Baum, N. (2011). Book Review: Deirdre Heenan and Derek Birrell, Social work in Northern Ireland: Conflict and change. Policy Press, 2011. British Journal of Social Work, 41 (5), 998-999. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcr100.

 

NON REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Baum, N. (2009). Social work in the probation service in a situation of ongoing conflict. The Ministry of Welfare and Social Services. 

Baum, N. (2012) Social Workers in Times of War. The Ministry of Welfare and Social Services.

Baum, N., Gross, R., Shalit, H., Tal, M., & Kum, Y. (2013). Social workers role in coping with inequality in the health system (Research No. A/134/2010). Jerusalem: The Israel National Institute for Health Policy Research.

Baum, N. (2015) Material Aid for Individuals and Families as a Factor in the Social Worker's Intervention in Social Welfare Services. The Ministry of Welfare and Social Services.

 

PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES

Baum, N. (1998, February). "The change and development in self-identity among divorced women". The 29thMeeting of the Israeli Sociological Society, Haifa University, Haifa, Israel.

Baum, N. (1999, February). "Single parent families – limiting boundaries of parenting after divorce". The 30thMeeting of the Israeli Sociological Society, Haifa University, Haifa, Israel.

Baum, N. (1999, October). "Single parent families – limiting boundaries of parenting after divorce". Meeting of the Social Work School Faculty, Tel Hai, Israel.

Baum, N. (2000, June)."Severing or detached fathers –divorced fathers parenting". Meeting of the Family Therapy Association, Zichron Yaakov, Israel.

Baum, N. (2000, June)."Self-differentiation and narcissistic characteristics – patterns of coping in situations of conflict". International Conference of Psychology, Haifa, Israel.

Baum, N. (2003, June). "Social work students cope with terror". Social Work Facing Social and Political Conflict, Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland.

Baum, N. (2003, September). "The male way of mourning divorce: When, what and how". The Annual Meeting of Israeli Association of Social Workers, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N. (2004, March). "Pregnancy loss – mens' disenfranchised grief". The International Conference on Death and Bereavement, Eilat, Israel.

Baum, N. (2004, March). "Social work students cope with terror". The Inter-Disciplinary Israeli Conference for Qualitative Research Methods, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N. (2004, October). "Social work students treatment termination as a temporary role exit". Global Social Work, Sydney, Australia.

Baum, N. (2005, February). "The distress of the dual transition, to motherhood and to become a professional". The 36th Meeting of the Israeli Sociological Society, Tel-Hai College, Israel.

Baum, N. (2006, March). "Social work students’ attitudes to the prospect of being assigned a Palestinian Israeli client". The 37th Meeting of the Israeli Sociological Society, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

Baum, N. (2006). "End of year treatment termination: responses of social work student trainees". The Annual Meeting of Israeli Association of Social Workers, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N. & Ramon, S. (2006, August). "Social work and political conflict: Implication for education and research". Global Social Work, Chile.

Baum, N. (2007, February). "Attitudes of Jewish Israeli social workers towards Israeli Arabs". The 38th Meeting of the Israeli Sociological Society, University of Haifa, Israel.

Baum, N., Waldman, A., & Soskolne, V. (2007, May). "Elderly homosexuals: Drifting between internal and external worlds". Experiences of Aging in the Eyes. The 7th Annual Lesbian & Gay Studies and Queer Theory Conference, Tel Aviv University, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2008, February). "Why, how and what the Jews and Arabs speak about their encounters: The differences between Jews and Arabs in research interviews." The 3rd Annual Conference of the Israeli Center for Qualitative Research Methods, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., Shalev, O., & Itzhaky, H. (2008, February). "Subjectivity of the toolbox: The interview as a separate entity in the research process". The 3rd Annual Conference of the Israeli Center for Qualitative Research Methods, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., Shalev, O., & Itzhaky, H. (2008, September). "First sexual experience as a stressful situation among National Religious women". The 3rd National Conference on Promoting Mental Health among Women, Ben Gurion University, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2008, February). "The Standing Tall process at the encounter between the self and the other: Israeli Palestinian social worker encounter with the Jewish society". The 39th Meeting of the Israeli Sociological Society, Tel-Aviv University Israel.

Baum, N., & Rosenthal-Gelman, C. (2008, November). "Social work students’ pre-placement anxiety: An international comparison". APM Council on Social Work Education, Philadelphia, PA.

Baum, N. (2009, January). "The workplace as a sheltered and porous space: The experiences of Jews and Arabs who work together". Walls: Antecedents and Consequences of Segregation and Integration Conference, Bar Ilan University, Israel.

Baum, N. (2009). "Shared traumatic reality of social work students during times of terror". Crisis and Growth Conference, Jerusalem.

Baum, N., Waldman, A., & Soskolne, V. (2009, July). "The meaning of aging for elderly homosexual men in Israel". XIXth IAG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris.

Baum, N. (2010, January). “Emergency routine” International preparedness and research to emergencies and disasters". IPRED: Tel-Aviv.

Baum, N. (2010, February). "A minute after the war: Maybe you’ll report that I am vulnerable too?!". The 4thAnnual Conference of the Israeli Center for Qualitative Research Methods, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., Shalev, O., & Itzhaky, H. (2010, February). "Choosing love: The process of choosing a mate for marriage among Dati-Leume couples". The 4th Annual Conference of the Israeli Center for Qualitative Research Methods, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., & Hcohen, Y. (2010, February). "The impact of Gender’s parent and child on the experience of childhood among psychotherapists’ children". The 4th Annual Conference of the Israeli Center for Qualitative Research Methods, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2010, April). "The trap of conflicting needs". ESTD International Conference 2010, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Baum, N. (2010, June). "Work-family conflict among mental health professionals working during the Gaza war". The 17th National Conference of Social Workers, Tel-Aviv.

Baum, N. (2010, July). "Emergency routine: Professionals’ experience in a shared traumatic reality". The 6th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, School of Applied Social Science University College Dublin, Dublin Ireland.

Baum, N., & Ramon, S. (2010, June/July). "Social workers' wellbeing in the context of political conflict: facing new challenges". The 6th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, School of Applied Social Science University College Dublin, Dublin Ireland.

Baum, N. (2010, August). "Mental health professionals when disaster hits their own community". The 31st World Conference on Stress and Anxiety Research, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.

Baum, N., & Neuberger, T. (2011, February). "The world of work among people with mental illness". The Second Conference of ESPAnet Israel, Izrael College, Israel. (Hebrew) 

Baum, N., Weidberg, Z., Osher, Y., & Kohelet, D. (2011, March) "Magical thinking in life threatening health situations: mothers of very low weight premature newborns". The Third Israeli Conference for the Study of Contemporary Spiritualities, Haifa University, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., Shalev, O., & Itzhaky, H. (2011, March). "Cultural-religious codes as a stressor in first sexual experience for women with bi-cultural identity - a case study of Jewish modern-orthodox women". The 4th World Congress on Women’s Mental Health, Madrid, Spain.

Baum, N., Ramon, S., & Guru, S. (2011, March). "Researching a sensitive issue: promoting and carrying out research on social work in the context of political conflict". First European Conference for Social Work Research, Oxford, Great Britain.

Baum N., & Negbi, I. (2011, June) "Fathers whose children have been removed from home by court order: Loss, mourning, and strengthening parental identity". The First International Conference on Kaleidoscope of Child Maltreatment, University of Haifa, Israel.

Baum, N., & Shacham M. (2011, December). "Interviews with therapists who combine physical and mental therapeutic methods in their work: Challenges in multiple identity encounters. 'Who is afraid of research?'". Festive Conference Marking the Fourth Year of the Foundation of I.C.E.T - The Israeli Association of Creative and Expressive Therapies, Tel Aviv.

Baum, N. (2012, Jauary). "Work-family conflict in times of war: Experiences of social workers". IPRED 2012, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N., Weidberg, Z., Osher, Y., & Kohelet, D. (2012, January). "The traumatic experience of giving birth prematurely to a very-low-weight baby".  Trauma through the Life Cycle from a Strengths Perspective: An International Dialogue. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel.

Baum, N., Shalev, O. &Itzahky, H. (2012, February). "Love or matchmaking? The process of choosing a spouse in a bi-cultural society: A case study of the Jewish modern orthodox society". The 43rd Annual Sociological Conference, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2012, February). "Discreet actions taken in the health system to reduce inequality between Jews and Arabs".  The 43rd Annual Sociological Conference, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2012, February). "The research interview as a 'protected space' – 'since my name won't come up later, then I can tell you'." The Fifth Interdisciplinary Israeli Conference on Qualitative Research, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel.

Baum, N., & Negbi, I. (2012, February).  "'I also want to be a good dad': The voices of fathers whose children were removed from home by court order". The Fifth Interdisciplinary Israeli Conference on Qualitative Research, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel.

Baum, N., Shalev, O., & Itzhaky, H. (2012, February). "First sexual experience as a stressful situation among Jewish Modern Orthodox women". The 5th Annual Conference of the Israeli Center for Qualitative Research Methods, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., (2012, February). "The research interview as a 'protected space' – 'since my name won't come up later, then I can tell you'". The 5th Annual Conference of the Israeli Center for Qualitative Research Methods, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., Shalev, O., & Itzahky, H. (2012, April) "Cultural-religious codes as a stressor in first sexual experience for women with bi-cultural identity - a case study of Jewish modern-orthodox women". North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynecology Annual Meeting, Rhode Island.

Baum, N., & Anat Ben Dov-Krauss (2012, June). "Culturally adapted therapy". The 1st Israeli Conference on Psychotherapy. University of Haifa, Haifa Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., & Neurberger, T. (2012, July). "Contributions of managers and colleagues to the self-identity of persons with mental illness". The Fourth Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England.

Baum, N. (2012, July). "Work-family conflict in large scale communal disasters: experience of social workers, mangers and policy makers". The 33rd Conference of the The Stress and Anxiety Research Society, Palma de Mallorca.

Baum, N. (2012, October). "The implications of social workers' prolonged exposure to shooting during times of war: Responses of stress and professional doubts".  The 2nd National Conference: From Helplessness to Active Coping, Mental Health Intervention During Times of Emergency and Disasters – in Practice. Tel Hai College, Upper Galilee, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N., Weidberg, Z., Osher, Y., & Kohelet, D. (2012, December). "The traumatic experience of giving birth prematurely to a very-low-weight baby". 3rd International Conference on Pediatric Chronic, Diseases, Disability and Human Development, Jerusalem, Israel.

Nisan, R., & Baum, N. (2013, January). "The experience of parenting infants: Differences between first- and second-generation immigrant mothers from Ethiopia". International Conference Migration and Well-Being: Research Frontiers, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N. (2013, January). "No longer pregnant, not yet a mother: Giving birth prematurely to a very low weight baby". Loss, Bereavement and Human Resilience in Israeli Society, Eilat, Israel.

Baum, N. (2013, February).  "Social workers' role in coping with inequality in the health system.  Social Work Strategies in Health 2020". Conference for Directors of Social Work Service in the Health System, Shoham Geriatric Center, Pardes Hanna, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2013, February). "Inequality in the health system: A view from the field". The 44th Conference of the Israel Sociological Society, The Ruppin Academic Center, Hadera, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2014, January). "Gendered susceptibility to secondary traumatization in the family". Conference on Trauma and the Family: A Life Span Perspective, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel.

Negbi, I., & Baum, N. (2014, May). "The voices of fathers whose children were removed from home by law". Master plan – Social Trends in Fatherhood Conference, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. (Hebrew).

Baum, N., & Negbi, I. (2014, May). "Children removed from home by court order: Fathers' disenfranchised loss and grief". The Men, Health & Wellbeing: Critical insights Conference at Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, United Kingdom.

Baum, N. (2014, May). "Helping men to mourn their losses". The Men, Health & Wellbeing: Critical insights Conference at Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, United Kingdom.

Nisan, R., Baum, N., & Keren, M. (2014, June). "Ethiopian immigration to Israel: A process of adaptation in mothering infants". The 14th World Association for Infant Mental Health Congress, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Baum, N. (2014, November). "The mute gender: Social work with men". The 18th National Conference of Social Workers, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N. (2014, November). "Social work in situations of non-death losses". The 18th National Conference of Social Workers, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N. , Shalit, H., Kum, Y., & Tal, M. (2015, April). "Social workers’ role in tempering inequality in healthcare in hospitals and clinics". ECSWR 2015 Conference: Re-visioning Social Work with Individuals, Collectives And Communities: Social Work Research, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 

Baum, N., Weidberg, Z., Osher, Y., & Kohelet, D.  (2015, July). "The traumatic experience of giving birth prematurely to a very-low-weight baby". The 36th  Conference of The Stress and Anxiety Research Society, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Baum, N., Rahav, G. (2015, July). "Heightened susceptibility to secondary traumatization: A meta-analysis of gender differences". The 36th  Conference of The Stress and Anxiety Research Society, Tel-Aviv, Israel (served as Chair of the session).

 

INVITED LECTURES ABROAD

Baum, N. (2013, October). "Who is more susceptible to secondary traumatization men or women?" School of Social Work, The University of Southern California.

Baum, N. (2013, October). "Gender differences in secondary traumatization: A meta-analysis ", School of Social Work, New York University.

Baum, N. (2013, October). "Gender differences in secondary traumatization: A meta-analysis ", School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago.

Baum, N. (2015, October). "Healthcare inequalities in Israel and the role of social workers in addressing them", Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois.

 

INVITED LECTURES IN ISRAEL

Baum, N. (2012, June). "Family social workers: Between therapy and intervention". The Family in Social Services Departments: Challenges for Family Social Workers.  Conference for Family Social Workers, Ministry of Social Welfare, Tel-Aviv, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2013, February).  "Social workers' role in coping with inequality in the health system".  Social Work Strategies in Health 2020, Conference for Directors of Social Work Service in the Health System, Pardes Hanna, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2013, November). "Social workers' contribution in reducing inequality from within and from outside". The Fourth Annual Conference of the Ministry of Health: The Health System Coping with Inequality - 2013 Conference, Lod, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2014, November). "Fathers in divorce: Legal and therapeutic gender sensitive intervention". The family in a changing society: Therapeutic and legal issues. Support Service Units of the family Courts Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2015, February). "The encounter between Jews and Arabs: Dilemmas in supervising students".  Annual Conference for Social Work Field Supervisors: Supervision Relations: The Arab-Jewish Discourse, The Unspoken Words, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N.  (2015, May). "Social workers functioning in times of emergency." The 5th Forum for the Management of Disasters and Emergency Situations on:  Functional Continuity of Emergency Infrastructures as the Foundation of Social Resilience, Haifa University, Haifa Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2015, June). "Additional thoughts on therapeutic intervention with families." Launching the Silman Committee Implementation Pilot. Social and Personal Services Department, Ministry of Social and Welfare Services. Seminar Ramat Efal, Ramat Efal, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2015, June). "Father's in divorce: Gender sensitivity in therapy". Seminar:  The individual, the couple and the family in separation and divorce". The Israeli Association for Couples and Family Therapy, Ramat Efal, Israel. (Hebrew)

Baum, N. (2015, November). "Gender sensitivity in clinical work with men".  Conference to Commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Tel Aviv, Israel. (Hebrew)

 

*Work conducted with students

Courses

7674401 - Loss in Illness and Disability Situations

7674501 - Unknown losses - seminar

7674601 - Unknown losses - practicum

7683001 - Gender sensitive therapy in men

7699101 - Doctoral Colloquium

Research

1.         Social Workers and their Practice

2.         Inter-Culture Issues

3.         Non-Death Losses

4.         Gender Differences in Stress and Trauma

5.         Gender Sensitive Intervention with Men