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He has a diverse practice consisting of therapy, evaluations, and testing of adults, children, and geriatrics. Tal-Li Cohen, MA, is a clinical and educational psychologist, family therapist, and riding instructor practicing in Israel. In the past year, she has developed a unique therapy approach using horses in her therapeutic paradigm. Dave M. Cooperberg, MA, MFT, CGP, has been a member of AGPA since 1989. He has run workshops on the effectiveness of humor in psychotherapy and has been in private practice in San Francisco for the past thirty years.
He is a founding member of the Israel Institute for Group Analysis and Haifa University faculty. Dr. Friedman also is Chair of the Education Committee of the International Association for Group Psychotherapy and is an international lecturer and author. Contributors xxxix Martha Gilmore, PhD, CGP, is a licensed psychologist and certified group psychotherapist in private practice in Davis and Sacramento, California. She has extensive experience in conducting, training, and supervising group psychotherapy at the local national and international levels.
Contributors Uri Amit, EdD, is a former chief psychologist (psychologist IV) at the Massachusetts Treatment Center for the Sexually Dangerous Persons, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He is currently a senior clinician at the Ann Klein Forensic Center-Special Treatment Unit in Avenel, New Jersey. He is a diplomate of the American College of Forensic Examiners. Ainara Arnoso, PhD, Master in Group Analysis, is a teacher at the Department of Social Psychology and Methodology of CCC at the University of the Basque Country (UPV) Spain.