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C U R R I C U L U M V I T A E


ISRAEL ORBACH, PhD Home Tel.: 972-8-9405660

Clinical Psychologist

Department of Psychology Office Tel.: 972-3-5318174

Bar-Ilan University Office Fax: 972-3-5350267

Ramat-Gan 52900, Israel e-mail: orbachi@mail.biu.ac.il


Date of Birth: November 6, 1943

Status: Married + 3 children


Areas of Interest in Practice and Research:

Suicidal behavior of young children, adolescents, and adults

Unconscious processes

Psychotherapy


EDUCATION


1964-1968 BA in Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel


1969-1972 PhD in Clinical Psychology, Yeshiva University, New York, USA


1972-1973 Internship in Clinical Psychology, Albert Einstein School of Medicine, New York, USA


PhD DISSERTATION


Orbach, I. (1972). Interpersonal aggression as a function of the threat of retaliation. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Department of Psychology, Yeshiva University, New York, USA. (Supervisor: A. Atkins)


WORK EXPERIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY


1973-1974 a) Staff Psychologist, Rikers Island Prison, New York, USA


b) Chief Psychologist of psychiatric unit (28 beds) in St. Mary’s Hospital, Passaic, NJ, USA; clinical and administrative duties, including therapy and supervision


1974-1978 Chief Psychologist in school for disturbed children, Lod, Israel


1974-present Practicing clinical psychologist


1974-1994 Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor of Psychology, Department of

Psychology, Bar-Ilan University. Full-time.


1994-present Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University. Full-

Time


1978-1979 Tel-Aviv University Medical School, Tel-Aviv; Tel-Hashomer Hospital, Ramat-Gan


1980-1981 Visiting Professor at UCLA Department of Psychology, Los Angeles, CA, USA


1982-1985 Head of Graduate Clinical Program, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

(first term)


1985-1987 Visiting Professor at UCLA, Department of Psychology (summer school)


1987-1988 Visiting Professor, Albert Einstein School of Medicine, NY


1989-1991 Head of Graduate Clinical Program, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

(second term)


1991-1995 Guest Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, Tel-Aviv University (1991, 1994,

1995)


1992-1995 Chairman, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University


1995-1996 Visiting Professor at the Tokyo Institute of Psychiatry (short sabbatical)


1997-1999 Head of Graduate Clinical Program, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

(third term)


1999-2002 Chairman of Graduate Studies (Master’s level) Committee, Bar-Ilan University


AFFILIATIONS


American Psychological Association (APA)

Israel Psychological Association (IPA)—Member of the Clinical Section

International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP)

International Academy of Research in Suicide

Israeli Association for Suicide Prevention (Founder and past president)


AWARDS


1989 AMHAI Award for distinguished project on Suicide Prevention in Israel

1990 Bangur Recognition Award for a distinguished field work in Israel

2002 Louis Dublin Award by the American Association of Suicidology in recognition of

distinguished contributions in the area of suicidology

2003 Landau Award for distinguished contributions to science and research in Israel

2003 Erwin Stengle Research Award by the International Association for Suicide Prevention


GRANTS


1978 Ford Foundation. Grant for research on suicidal behavior of young children.

1979 Bar-Ilan University. Grant for development of research and diagnostic tools for suicidal

children.

1980 W. T. Grant Foundation. Grant for project on suicidal children in the USA.


1987,1988 Israel Ministry of Education. Grant for development of a suicide prevention program

for Israeli high schools.

1990-1992 Israel Foundations Trustees. Grant for research on suicidal behavior in adolescents.

1991 Bar-Ilan University. Grant for pain behavior in suicidal adolescents.

1993-1995 US-Israel Binational Science Foundation. Grant for research on pain behavior in suicidal

1994-1996 Israel Academy of Science. Research project on the irresolvable problem in suicidal behavior.

1994-1996 The Annenberg Foundation. Research on movement therapy in suicidal adolescents.

1995 Japan-Israel Academy of Science. Science exchange grant.

1997- Israel Academy of Science. Research workshop grant on the body experiences of suicidal adolescents.

2000-2003 Israel Academy of Science. Grant for emotional regulation among suicidal adolescents.

2000-2002 American Foundation of Suicide. Grant for emotional regulation among suicidal adults.

2000 Bar-Ilan University. Grant for body experiences of suicidal individuals.

2002-2005 Israel Academy of Science. Grant for problem-solving abilities in suicidal youngsters.

2005-2008 Israel Academy of science. Grant for discovering the suicidal schema by means of the stoop effect in suicidal adolescents

2005 The Gunda foundation . Mental pain in adolescents with eating disorders


APPOINTMENTS


Member of National Committee of Adolescent Suicide Prevention (Appointment of

Israel Ministry of Education)

Member of Liaison Committee to the Israel Ministry of Health

Development of Suicide Prevention Program for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF)

Consultant for the IDF Committee for Suicide Prevention

Member, Consulting Committee on Suicide for the Ministry of Defense

Head of Helsinki Committee for Research Projects in the IDF

Consultant for Research in the Israel Association for Children’s Welfare

Consultant to the chief military surgeon

Member in advisory committee to the health ministry on suicide prevention

1995-1999 Founding Chairman of the Israel Association for Suicide Prevention

Committee Member—HEMSHECH: Association for Help to the Bereaved

2002-present Member of Advisory and Supervisory Committee for an Internet Hotline--Sahar

P U B L I C A T I O N S


BOOKS

Orbach, I. (2001) (6th printing). Children who don’t want to live. In Hebrew by Bar-Ilan University, Israel; in English by Jossey-Bass, USA (1988); in Italian by Guinty Press (1990); in German by Sommlung Vandenhoeck (1990); in Bulgarian by Bulvest-2000 (1998); and in Chinese: Taiwan (2001).

Orbach, I. (1995). The hidden mind: Psychology, psychotherapy, and unconscious processes. Sussex, England: Wiley. (English) (translation & additions to Hebrew version: Schocken, Tel-Aviv)

Orbach, I. (2000). A tearless cry: The story of a suicidal woman. Tel-Aviv: Schocken. (also forthcoming in English)


CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Orbach, I. (1978). Unique characteristics in children’s suicidal behavior. In V. Aalberg (Ed.), Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention. Helsinki: Finnish Association for Mental Health.

Orbach, I., & Glaubman, H. (1979). Causes of death as perceived by suicidal, disturbed, and normal children. In A. Devries & A. Carmi (Eds.), The dying human (pp. 57-69). Tel-Aviv: Turtledove Publishing.

Orbach, I., Glaubman, H., & Gross, Y. (1979). Psychological aspects of suicidal children: A dynamic model based on eleven case studies. Proceedings of the 10th Convention of the International Association of Suicide Prevention, Ottawa, Canada.

Carlson, A. G., & Orbach, I. (1981). Depression and children’s attitudes toward death and suicide. I. Proceedings of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, Washington, DC.

Orbach, I. (1987). Assessment of suicidal behavior in young children: Case demonstrations. In F. R. W. Diekstra & K. Hawton (Eds.), Suicide in adolescents. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff.

Orbach, I. (1988). Het beoordelen van suicidaal gedrag bij jonge kinderen, geillustreerd met enkele gevallen. In W. H. G. Wolters, R. F. W. Diekstra, & C. W. M. Kienhorst (Eds.), Suicidaal gedrag bij kinderen en adolescenten. Baarn, The Netherlands: Uitgeverij Ambo bv.

Orbach, I. (1988). The unresolvable problem in suicidal children. In S. Lesse (Ed.), Understanding and treating suicidal behavior. New York: Jason Aronson.

Orbach, I., Apter, A., Gorchover, O., Tyano, S., & Har-Zahav, S. (1989). Death anxiety in a psychiatric population of suicidal and nonsuicidal adolescents. In B. Lerne et al. (Eds.), New directions in affective disorders. New York: Springer.

Carlson, G., Asarnow, J. R., & Orbach, I. (1994). Developmental aspects of suicidal behavior. II. In G. Noam & S. R. Borst (Eds.), New directions in child development (pp. 93-107). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Orbach, I. (1994). A suicidal tendency scale. In K. J. Corcoran & J. Fischer (Eds.), Measures for clinical practice. New York: Free Press.

Orbach, I. (2000). Self-destructive processes in the Israeli political reality. In Y. Peri (Ed.), The assassination of Yitzhak Rabin (pp. 129-138). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Orbach, I. (2001). Mental pain and its implications for treatment of suicidal behavior. In O. Grad (Ed.), Suicide risk and protective factors in the new millennium.

Orbach, I. (2001). Introduction to youth suicide. In A. Apter & O. Freudinstein (Eds.), Youth on the edge of the abyss. Tel-Aviv: Dionon.

Orbach, I. (2003). Prevention of children’s and adolescents’ suicide. In R. King & A. Apter (Eds.), Suicide prevention in children and adolescents (pp. 227-250). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Orbach, I. (2006). The Body- Mind of the suicidal person. In T. E. Ellis (Ed.), Cognition and suicide. Washington, DC: APA Press.pp 193-214

Orbach, I. (2007). Suicide: Existential perspectives and therapeutic implications. In A. Tomer, T. P. Wong, & G. Eliason (Eds.), Existential and spiritual issues in death attitudes.New York .Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (pp 281-316)

Orbach, I. (in press). The psychology of suicide. In S. Kreitler (Ed.), Death and bereavement.

Orbach ,I .(in press). Psychological disturbances and psychosocial stress in suicide and

Suicide Attempts. In D.Wasserman& C.Wasserman (Eds.) Oxford textbook of suicidology.

Orbach I (in press). Suicide in different cultures and religion-Judaic tradition. In

D.Wasserman & c. Wasserman (Eds.) Oxford textbook of suicidology.,


Orbach, I.,&Iohan, M. (2007). Stress ,Distress and emotional regulation in adolescent

female suicide attempters.In Tatarelli., Pompili., Girardi (Eds) Suicide in Psychiatric

Disorders.NewYork, Nova Publications.


Orbach, I. (in press). Mental pain, the suicidal body and the suicidal scheme.In S. Briggs (Ed.) Relating to Self Harm and Suicide: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Practice,Theory and Prevention, Routhledge Press.


Orbach, I.(in press). Recent Advances in Psychology of Suicide. In A,Shrivastava (Ed) International Handbook of Suicidal Behavior.London, the Gaskell Publication


SPECIAL MANUSCRIPTS


Orbach, I., Morris, A., & Chen, A. (1988). Suicide prevention program for the Israeli army (pp. 1-38). Israel Defense Forces, Department of Mental Health.

Orbach, I., & Bar-Joseph, H. (1988). A suicide prevention program for Israeli high schools (pp. 1-42). Ministry of Education, and the Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1991). Suicide survivors—Bereavement and treatment. Israel Ministry of Defense, Department of Rehabilitation.

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS (refereed)

Orbach, I. (1977). Impulsive cognitive style: Three modification techniques. Psychology in the Schools, 14(3), 354-359.

Orbach, I., & Glaubman, H. (1977). Unique characteristics in children’s suicidal behavior. Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention (Vol. 9, pp. 382-388). Helsinki, Finland.

Glaubman, H., & Orbach, I. (1977). How healthy is “healthy insomnia?”: A case study of an extremely short sleeper. Waking and Sleeping, 1, 395-399.

Glaubman, H., & Orbach, I. (1978). REM deprivation and divergent thinking. Psychophysiology, 1, 75-81.

Orbach, I., & Glaubman, Y. (1978). Suicidal, aggressive, and normal children’s perception of personal and impersonal death. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 34(4), 850-857.

Orbach, I. (1978). The victim’s reaction to an attack as a function of his perception of the attack and the attacker following a verbal insult. European Journal of Social Psychology, 8, 453-465.

Orbach, I., & Glaubman, H. (1979). Perception of death and suicidal behavior in young children. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 18(4), 668-678.

Orbach, I., & Glaubman, H. (1979). Children’s perception of death as a defensive process. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 88(6), 671-674.

Glaubman, H., Orbach, I., et al. (1979). The effects of presleep focal attention load on subsequent sleep patterns. Psychophysiology, 16(5), 467-470.

Glaubman, H., Orbach, I., et al. (1979). REM need in adolescents as indicated by resistance to REM deprivation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 48, 251-254.

Orbach, I. (1980). Attraction and repulsion to life and death in young children. Advances in Thanatology, 4(2), 85-97.

Orbach, I., Gross, Y., & Glaubman, H. (1981). Some common characteristics of latency age suicidal behavior. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 11(3), 180-190.

Orbach, I., & Hadas, Z. (1982). The elimination of learned helplessness deficits as a function of induced self-esteem. Journal of Research in Personality, 16, 511-523.

Orbach, I., Feshbach, S., Carlson, G., Glaubman, H., & Gross, Y. (1983). Attraction and repulsion by life and death in suicidal and in normal children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 51(5), 661-670.

Orbach, I. (1984). Personality characteristics, life circumstances and dynamics of suicidal children. Death Education, 8, 37-52. (Supplement: Suicide: Practical, developmental, and speculative issues)

Orbach, I., Feshbach, S., Carlson, G., & Ellensberger, I. (1984). Attitudes toward life and death in suicidal, normal, and chronically ill children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 52(6), 1020-1027.

Orbach, I., Gross, Y., Glaubman, H., & Berman, D. (1984). Children’s perception of death in humans and animals as a function of age, anxiety, and cognition. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 26(3), 453-463.

Orbach, I., Gross, Y., Glaubman, H., & Berman, D. (1984). Children’s perception of various determinants of the death concept as a function of intelligence, age, and anxiety. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 15(2), 120-126.

Orbach, I. (1986). The “unsolvable problem” as a determinant in the dynamics of suicidal behavior in children. American Journal of Psychotherapy, XL(4), 511-520.

Orbach, I. (1986). Suicidal behavior in children and adolescents. Psychology and Consultation in Education, 1(2), 212-222. (Hebrew)

Orbach, I., Rosenheim, E., & Hary, E. (1987). Some aspects of cognitive functioning in suicidal children. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 26(2), 181-185.

Orbach, I., Iluz, A., & Rosenheim, E. (1987). Meaning of life and its relation to age, integration of personality, and fear of death. International Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10(2), 225-239.

Carlson, G. A., Asarnow, J. R., & Orbach, I. (1987). Developmental aspects of suicidal behavior in children. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 26(2), 186.

Orbach, I., Talmon, O., Kedem, P., & Har-Even, D. (1987). Sequential patterns of five subconcepts of human and animal death in children. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 26(4), 578-582.

Orbach, I. (1989). Familial and intrapsychic splits in suicidal adolescents. American Journal of Psychotherapy, July XLIII(3), 356-367.

Orbach, I., Bar-Joseph, H., & Dror, N. (1989). Styles of problem solving in suicidal individuals. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 20, 56-64.

Orbach, I., Yablon, Y., & Itskowitz, R. (1990). Adolescents’ adjustment to boarding school as a function of separation anxiety, communication with parents, and therapeutic intervention. International Journal of Educational Psychology, 11, 243-252.

Orbach, I., Milstein, I., Har-Even, D., Apter, A., Tiano, S., & Elizur, A. (1991). A multi-attitude suicide tendency scale for adolescents. Psychological Assessment: A Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 3, 398-404.

Orbach, I., & Florian, V. (1991-92). Attitudes toward life and death, religiosity, and gender in Israeli children. Omega—Journal of Death and Dying, 24, 139-149.

Orbach, I., Vinkler, E., & Har-Even, D. (1993). The emotional impact of frightening stories on children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 34, 379-389.

Orbach, I., & Bar-Joseph, H. (1993). The effectiveness of a suicide prevention project. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 23, 120-129.

Orbach, I., Kedem, P., Gorchover, O., Apter, A., & Tyano, S. (1993). Fears of death in suicidal and nonsuicidal adolescents. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 102(4), 553-558.

Orbach, I. (1994). Dissociation, physical pain, and suicide: A hypothesis. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 24, 68-79.

Orbach, I. (1994). JobA Biblical message on suicide. Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 3, 241-247.

Orbach, I., Shopen-Kofman, R., & Mikulincer, M. (1995). The impact of subliminal symbiotic vs. identification messages in reducing anxiety. Journal of Research in Personality, 28, 492-504.

Orbach, I., Weiner, M., Har-Even, D., & Eshel, Y. (1995). Children’s perception of death and interpersonal closeness to the dead person. Omega, 30, 1-12.

Orbach, I., Lotem-Peleg, M., & Kedem, P. (1995). Attitudes towards the body in suicidal, depressed, and normal adolescents. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 25(20), 211-221.

Mikulincer, M., & Orbach, I. (1995). Attachment styles and repressive defensiveness: The accessibility and architecture of affective memories. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 5, 917-925.

Apter, A., Gothelf, D., Orbach, I., Weizman, R., Ratzoni, G., Har-Even, D., & Tyano, S. (1995). Correlation of suicidal violent behavior in different diagnostic categories in hospitalized adolescent patients. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 34(7), 912-918.

Gothelf, D., Apter, A., Ratzoni, G., Orbach, I., Weizman, R., Tyano, S., & Pfeffer, C. (1995). Defense mechanisms in severe adolescent anorexia nervosa. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 34, 1648-1654.

Orbach, I., Kedem, P., Herman, L., & Apter, A. (1995). Dissociative tendencies in suicidal, depressed, and normal adolescents. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 14, 393-408.

Orbach, I., Palgi, Y., Stein, D., Har-Even, D., Lotem-Peleg, M., & Asherov, J. (1996). Pain tolerance in suicidal, psychiatric, and normal subjects. Death Studies, 20, 227-240.

Orbach, I., & Mikulincer, M. (1996). Repressive coping style and the architecture of emotions in repressors and nonrepressors: Is it that simple? British Journal of Social Psychology, 35, 459-471.

Orbach, I., Stein, D., Palgi, Y., Asherov, J., Har-Even, D., & Elizur, A. (1996). Tolerance for physical pain in accident and suicide attempt patients: Self-preservation vs. self-destruction. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 30, 307-320.

Orbach, I. (1996). Roberta Hyalos: Going to pieces in a suicidal crisis—A case consultation. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 26, 308-313.

Orbach, I. (1996). The role of the body experience in self-destruction: Early attachment and suicidal tendencies. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1, 607-619.

Orbach, I. (1997). A taxonomy of factors related to suicidal behavior. Clinical Psychology: Theory and Research, 4, 208-224.

Orbach, I., Mikulincer, M., King, R., Cohen, D., & Stein, D. (1997). Thresholds and tolerance for physical pain in suicidal and nonsuicidal adolescents. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 65(4), 646-652.

Apter, A., Gothelf, D., Offer, R., Ratzoni, G., Orbach, I., Tyano, S., & Pfeffer, C. (1997). Suicidal adolescents and ego defense mechanisms. Journal of the Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 36, 1520-1527.

Orbach, I. (1997). Dynamic aspects of suicidal behavior in adolescents. Italian Journal of Suicidology, 2, 87-98.

Mikulincer, M., Orbach, I., & Iavnieli, D. (1998). Adult attachment style and affect regulation: Strategic variations in subjective self–other representations of suicidal adolescents. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 436-448.

Orbach, I., Mikulincer, M., Stein, D., & Cohen, D. (1998). Self-representations of suicidal adolescents. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 107, 435-446.

Apter, A., Orbach, I., Weitzman, A., & Har-Even, D. (1998). Anorexia, aggression, and suicidal behavior in adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,

Orbach, I., & Mikulincer, M. (1998). The Body Investment Scale: Construction and validation of a scale of the body experience. Psychological Assessment, 10, 415-425.

Orbach, I., & Mikulincer, M. (1999). The subjective experience of problem irresolvability in suicidal adolescents: Dynamics and measurement. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 29, 150-164.

Orbach, I. (1999). Brief cognitive therapy for depressed and suicidal adolescents. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 4, 593-596.

Zalsman, G., Netanel, R., Fischel, T., Freudenstein, O., Landau, E., Orbach, I., Weitzman, A., Pfeffer, C., & Apter, A. (2000). Drawings of suicidal adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 39, 1024-1031.

Orbach, I. (2001). How would you listen to a person on the roof? Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 31, 140-143.

Orbach, I. (2001). Empathy with the suicidal wish: Principles for therapy with suicidal individuals. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 55, 166-184.

Orbach, I., Stein, D., Shani-Sela, M., & Har-Even, D. (2001). Body attitudes and body experiences in suicidal adolescents. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 31, 237-249.


Stein, D., Kaye, W. H., Matsunagu, H., Orbach, I., Har-Even, D., Frank, G., McConaha, C. W., & Rao, R. (2002). Eating-related concerns, mood, and personality traits in recovered bulimia nervosa subjects: A replication study. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 32(2), 225-229.

Michel, K., Maltsberger, J. T., Jobes, D., Leenaars, A., Orbach, I., Stadler, K., Dey, P., Young R., & Valach, V. (2002). Discovering the truth in attempted suicide. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 56(3), 426-437.

Orbach, I. (2003). Suicide and the suicidal body. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 33(1), 1-8.

Stein, D., Orbach, I., Shani-Sela, M., Har-Even, D., Yaruslasky, A., Roth, D., Meged, S., & Apter, A. (2003). Suicidal tendencies and body image and experience in anorexia nervosa and suicidal female adolescent inpatients. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 72(1), 16-25.

Orbach, I. (2003). Mental pain and suicide. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences, 40(3), 191-201.

Stein, D., Kaye, W. H., Matsunagu, H., Myers, D., Orbach, I., Har-Even, D., Frank, G., & Rao, R. (2003). Pain perception in recovered bulimia nervosa patients. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 34, 331-336.

Orbach, I., Mikulincer, M., Sirota, P., & Gilboa-Schechtman, E. (2003). Mental pain: A multidimensional operationalization and definition. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 33(3), 219-230.

Orbach, I., Mikulincer, M., Gilboa-Schechtman, E., & Sirota, P. (2003). Mental pain and its relationship to suicidality and life meaning. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 33(3), 231-241.

Orbach, I. (2004). Terror suicide: What makes it possible? Archives of Suicide Research, 8(1), 115-130.

Horesh, N., Orbach, I., Gothelf, D., Efrati, M., & Apter, A. (2004). A comparison of the suicidal behavior of adolescent inpatients with borderline personality disorder and major depression. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease.40 (3) 191-201

Brnunstein-Klomek ,A., Orbach ,I., Meged ,S., & Zalsman, G.(2005).Self complexity of

suicidal adolescents. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health. 17 267-273.


Orbach, I., Giboa Schterman , E., Sheffer, A.,Meged ,S., Har-Even ,D, &Stein ,D. (2006). Negative bodily self in suicide attempters. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavio, 136-153.

Orbach ,I .(2007).From Abandonment to Symbiosis : A developmental reversal in

suicidal adolescents. Psychoanalytic Psychology,150-166


Orbach, I. (2007). Self-destructive processes in suicidal behavior. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences. 44,266-279


Orbach, I., Blumenson, R., Mikulincer.M., Gilboa- Schechtman,E., Rogolsky,M & Retzoni,G. (2007) Perceiving a problem solving task as a threat and suicidal behavior in adolescents.Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology,26, 1010-1034


Orbach,I.,Gilboa-Schechtman,E. and Ofek,H (2007) A Chronological Perspective on Suicide-The Last Days of Life.Death Studies,31,909-932

Brunstein –Klomek, A., Orbach ,I., Sher , l., Sommerfeld ,E.,Diller,R., Apter,A.,Shahar,G.,

&Zalsman,G. (in press) Quality of depression among suicidal inpatient adolescents. Archives of Suicide Research.

Brunstein-Klomek, A., Zalsman, G., Apter, A., Meged, S., Har Even, D., Diller, R., Orbach, I. (in press). Self object differentiation in suicidal adolescents. Comprehensive Psychiatry.

Zommerfeld ,E., Orbach,I.,Zim ,S. &Mikulincer ,M(In press) An In-Session Exploration of Ruptures in Working Alliance And their Associations with Clients Core Relationship Themes,Alliance related Discourse.Psychotherapy Research




ARTICLES IN JOURNALS (Hebrew)

Orbach, I. (1976). Therapeutic processes in a school for disturbed children. Sa’ad, 5, 39-47.

Orbach, I. (1986). Theories of suicide in childhood. Israeli Quarterly of Psychology, 4, 4-13.

Orbach, I., & Peres, M. (1992). An experimental view into the dynamic unconscious. Sihot, 6, 214-221.

Itskowitz, R., Orbach, I., & Yablon, Y. (1992). Group therapy correspondence with home and adjustment in adolescents. Studies in Education, 58/59, 219-231.

Orbach, I. (1993). The unconscious: From classical psychoanalysis to modern theories. Psychologia, 2, 140-142.

Orbach, I. (1997). A taxonomy of factors related to suicide. Psychologia, 6, 91-108. (based on a paper published in English in Clinical Psychology: Science & Practice)

Orbach, I. (1999). Talking to the person on the roof. Nefesh, 1, 10-23.

Orbach, I. (2001). Principles for therapy with suicidal individuals. Sihot, 15, 105-114.

Orbach, I. (2003). On boxes and things—A critical view of the object relations theory. Sihot.17 266-273

Sommerfeld, E., Orbach, I., Zim, S. & Mikulincer, M. (2006). Ruptures in the working-alliance: Conclusions of a psychotherapy research. Sihot, 21(1), 33-43 (Hebrew).


WORK IN PREPARATION

Orbach, I., & Beker, G. Suicide as an escape to a better self: an empirical investigation

Orbach,I.,& Kremer ,E. Body experiences in sexual and physical abuse.


Orbach, I.,& Maoor ,L. Personal sense of “giving life” and gender differences in sucidal


Behavior


Orbach ,I., Mikulincer ,M and Kahan, D. Adaptive Dissociation


PRESENTATIONS AT CONVENTIONS AND SYMPOSIA (selected list)

Orbach, I., & Hadas, Z. (1980, June). The reversal of learned helplessness symptoms. International Congress of Behavior Therapy, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1981, June). Attitudes towards life and death in suicidal and nonsuicidal children. Eleventh Convention of the International Association of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention, Paris, France.

Orbach, I., & Lindenberg, G. (1982, July). Children’s reaction to horror stories. Congress on Children’s Literature, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1983, September). Clinical evaluation of suicidal children based on research findings. Twelfth Convention of the International Association of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention, Caracas, Venezuela.

Orbach, I. (1985, February). Some dynamic processes in childhood suicide. Congress of the Israel Psychological Association, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1985, July). Cognitive functioning in suicidal children. 13th Convention of the International Association of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention, Vienna, Austria. (Chairman of the symposium)

Orbach, I. (1985, July). “The unsolvable problem” as a dynamic process in childhood suicide. 13th Convention of the International Association of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention, Vienna, Austria. (Chairman of the symposium)

Orbach, I. (1987, March). Self-entrapment in suicidal adolescents. Israel Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1987, April). Fear of death in suicidal and nonsuicidal adolescents. International Congress on Affective Disorders, Jerusalem, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1987, May). Principles of suicide prevention. Congress on Consulting Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1987, May). Dissociative processes in suicidal adolescents. Israel Association of Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Bar-Joseph, H., & Orbach, I. (1989, January). Suicide prevention program for Israeli high school students. Fourth International Conference of Psychological Stress and Adjustment in Time of War and Peace, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Orbach, I., & Bar-Joseph, H. (1989, June). Suicide prevention program for Israeli students. XVth Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention, Brussels, Belgium.

Orbach, I. (1990, May). Suicidal behavior in adolescents. The Israel Association for Public Health, Petah Tikva, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1990, June). Suicide prevention approaches. The Israel Association of Criminology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1990, December). A suicide prevention program. A Bangur Memorial Prize Lecture, Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1991, September). The role of the teacher in suicide prevention. The Israel Teachers Association Conference on Education in the Nineties, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1991, October). Suicide prevention in the Israeli school system: A research project. The Israel Medical Association International Conference, Jerusalem, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1991, December). A taxonomy of factors in suicidal behavior. The Geha Hospital Annual Conference on Depression and Suicide, Tel-Hashomer (Chaim Sheba) Hospital, Ramat-Gan, Israel. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (1992, January). Dissociation, pain and suicide. Harvard Medical School (Continuing Education) Annual Conference on Suicide, Cambridge, MA, USA. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (1992, September). Principles of identification and prevention of suicide. Conference on Coping with Suicide, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1993, April). Fear of death as a function of degree of interpersonal distance of the dead person. Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicide, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Orbach, I. (1993, April). A taxonomy of factors related to suicidal behavior. Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicide, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Orbach, I. (1994, August). The unresolvable problem—A scale for some dynamic aspects in suicidal behavior in adolescents. The Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (1995, August). The role of experience of the body in suicidal behavior. Conference on Understanding Youth Suicide, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1996, June). Early attachments and suicidal behavior. European Conference on Suicide, Lund, Sweden.

Orbach, I. (1997, March). The body experience and self-destruction. International Association for Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention, Adelaide, Australia. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (1997, June). Psychological impact of trauma and loss and societal self-destructive behavior. 5th International Conference on Grief and Bereavement in Contemporary Society, Washington, DC, USA. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (1997, June). False memories in a clinical setting: How to prevent it? Conference on Trauma and Early Memory, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. (conference co-chairman)

Orbach, I. (1997, August). The subjective experience of problem irresolvability in suicidal adolescents. APA Annual Convention, Chicago, USA.

Orbach, I. (1997, October). The concept of the unconscious. National Conference of the Israel Psychological Association, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

Orbach, I. (1997, December). Body experiences and self-destruction. Conference on Early Care and Self-Destruction, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. (conference chairman)

Orbach, I. (1998, April). The irresolvable problem as a dynamic in adolescent suicidal behavior. American Association of Suicidology Conference, Washington, DC, USA.

Orbach, I. (1998, June). A taxonomy of suicidal behavior. Conference on Adolescent Mental Health, Hong Kong, China.

Orbach, I. (1999, August). Therapy of suicidal patients.

Orbach, I. (2000, April). The Mental Pain Scale. American Association of Suicidology Conference, Los Angeles, CA, USA. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (2000, September). Principles of therapy with suicidal individuals. Meeting of the International Association for Suicide Prevention, Bled, Slovenia.

Orbach, I. (2001, July). Paradoxes in object relations theory. Conference on the Future of Psychopathology and Unconscious Theories, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. (conference co-chairman)

Orbach, I. (2002, February). Empathy with the suicidal patient. Second conference: Meeting the Suicidal Patient, Aeschi, Switzerland. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (2002, April). The suicidal body. Conference of the American Association of Suicidology, Washington, DC, USA. (invited keynote address)

Orbach, I. (2002, April). Mental pain and suicide. Conference on Suicide, Slovenia. (invited ketynote address)

Orbach, I. (2003, September). What does the suicidal patient need from us? Presented at the XXII World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP), Stockholm, Sweden.

Orbach, I. (2003, September). Principles of treatment of the suicidal patient. Presented at the XXII World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP), Stockholm, Sweden.

Orbach, I. (2003, September). Mental pain and suicide. Presented at the XXII World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP), Stockholm, Sweden.

Orbach, I. (2004, March). Workshop on Therapy of Mental Pain. Third Aeschi Conference on Suicide, Aeschi, Switzerland. (Invited address)

Orbach, I. (November, 2005). Family Aspects of Suicide Behavior in Adolescents. The Irish Association Conference on Suicide Behavior, Ireland. (invited address)

Orbach, I. (March, 2006). Mental Pain, the Suicidal Body and Suicide. The Second Psychoanalytic Conference on Suicidal Behavior. Tavistock Clinic, London. (invited address)




Orbach,I(,2007 April)Gender differences in suicide.40th AAS Annual conference. New Orleans,Louisiana.

Orbach(Agust 2007).Tolerance for mental pain in suicidal adolescents. XXIV IASP World Congress.Killanery Ireland

REVIEWER FOR FOLLOWING JOURNALS

Journal of Abnormal Psychology

Psychological Bulletin

Journal of Clinical Child Psychology

Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior (Review Board)

Megamot—Behavioural Sciences Quarterly (Hebrew)

Sihot-Dialog—Israel Journal of Psychotherapy (Hebrew; Review Board)

Death Studies

OmegaJournal of Death and Dying

Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry (Review Board)

Psychologia—Journal of the Israel Association of Psychology (Associate Editor)

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Suicide Studies—Journal of the International Academy for Suicide Research (Review Board)

American Journal of Psychotherapy (Review Board)

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