Article in Periodical
Gilbar, O., Wester, S. R., & Ben-Porat, A. (2020). The Effects of gender role conflict restricted emotionality on the association between exposure to trauma, PTSD and intimate partner violence severity. Psychology of Men & Masculinities
Ben-Porat, A., Shemesh S., & Reuven Even-Zahav, R. Gotlib, S Refaeli T. (2020). Secondary traumatization among social work students: the contribution of supervision, self-differentiation, and control. British Journal of Social Work
Even-Zahav, R., Refaeli T., Shemesh S., Gotlib, S., & Ben-Porat, A. (2020). Supervision satisfaction: supervision components, peer- support, and trauma-related factors. Research on Social Work Practice,30, 884-894.
Dekel, R. Shaked,O.Z. & Ben-Porat A. (2020). Predicting changes in PTSD and depression among female IPV survivors during Shelter Residency: A Longitudinal Study. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy
Levy, D., Ben-Porat, A., Katora, O., Dekel, R. & Itzhaky, H. (2020). Predicting depression among Jewish and Arab Israeli women who are victims of intimate partner violence. Violence against women, 26, 1209-1227
Dekel, R., Shaked, O., Ben-Porat, A., & Itzhaky, H. (2020). The interrelations of physical and mental health: Self-rated health, physical health, depression and PTSD among female IPV survivors, Violence against Women, 26, 379-394.
Dekel, R., Shaked, O., Ben-Porat, A., & Itzhaky, H. (2019). PTSD Upon Admission to Shelters among female IPV survivors: An ecological model of trauma. Violence and Victims, 32, 329-345.
Ben-Porat, A., Gottlieb, S., Refaeli, T., Shemesh, S., & Reuven Even Zahav, R. (2019). Vicarious growth among social work students in Israel: what makes the difference? Health & Social Care in the Community, 28, 662-669.
Ben-Porat, A., & Sror-Bondarvesky, N. (2018). Length of stay in women's shelters: The contributions of level of violence, motives, and expectations of shelters. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Ben-Porat, A., Levy, D., Katora, O., Dekel, R., & Itzhaky, H. (2017). Domestic violence in Arab society: A comparison of Arab and Jewish women at shelters in Israel. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Ben-Porat, A.(2017). Patterns of service utilization among women who are victims of domestic violence: The contribution of cultural background, characteristics of violence and psychological distress. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Weiss-Dagan, S., Itzhaky, H. & Ben-Porat, A.(2016).affective supervision and secondary traumatization among Child Protection Workers. Society and Welfare (Hebrew)
Weiss-Dagan, S., Ben-Porat, A. & Itzhaky, H. (2016). Child Protection Workers Dealing with Child Abuse: The Contribution of Personal, Social and Organizational Resources to Secondary Traumatization. Child Abuse and Neglect, 51, 203-211.
Refaeli T., Levy, D., Ben-Porat, A. Dekel, R., & Itzhaky, H.(2016). Personal and Environmental Predictors of Depression among Victims of Intimate Partner Violence: Comparison of Immigrant and Israeli-Born Women, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, First Published 10 Jul 2016
Ben-Porat, A. (2015). Competence of trauma social workers: The relationship between field of practice and secondary traumatization, personal and environmental variables. Journal of interpersonal violence.
Ben-Porat, A. (2015). Vicarious post-traumatic growth: Domestic violence therapists versus social service department therapists in Israel. Journal of Family Violence, 30(6).
Dagan K., Itzhaky, H., & Ben-Porat, A.(2015). Therapists working with trauma victims: The contribution of personal, environmental, and professional-organizational resources to secondary traumatization. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation.
Ben-Porat, A. & Itzhaky, H. (2014). Burnout among trauma social workers: The contribution of personal and environmental resources. Journal of Social Work.
Ben-Porat, A., Yablon, Y. B., & Itzhaky, H. (2012). Is the development of PTSD blind to differences in social resources? evidence from high school students facing terrorism. Journal of Community Psychology
Ben Porat, A. (2012). Factors that influence secondary traumatization: Comparison between domestic violence therapists and therapists in social service bureaus. Society and welfare (Hebrew).
Ben Porat, A. & Itzhaky, H. (2011). The contribution of supervision and professional training to role competence, secondary traumatization and burnout among family violence therapists, The Clinical Supervisor, 30(1), 95-108.
Ben Porat, A. (2010). Connecting two worlds": Training social workers to deal with domestic violence in the Ethiopian community. British Journal of Social Work, 40(8), 2485-250
Ben Porat, A. & Itzhaky, H. (2009). Implications of treating family violence for the therapist: Secondary traumatization, vicarious traumatization, and growth, Journal of Family Violence, 24(7), 507-515.
Ben- Porat, A. & Itzhaky, H.(2008). Factors that influence life satisfaction among Battered women in shelter: those who stay versus those who leave, Journal of Family Violence, 23(7), 597-60
Itzhaky, H. & Ben- Porat, A. (2005). Battered women in shelters: internal resources, well being and integration, Affilia, 20(1), 39- 51.
Chapters in Books
Ben Porat, A. & Itzhaky, H.(2009). Family violence therapists: Personal and sociaresources, role competence, secondary traumatization and growth. In R. V. Schwartzhoffer (Ed.), Psychology of burnout: predictors and coping mechanisms (Chap. 10). Nova science publisher inc.