תחילת דף אינטרנט, לחץ אנטר כדי לעבור לאזור תוכן מרכזי

Dr. Limor Goldner (PhD)

Head of the School of Creative Arts Therapies

School of Creative Arts Therapies

Limor Goldner is the head of the School of Creative Art Therapies, University of Haifa. Limor does research on relational trauma and child maltreatment, art-based assessment, mentoring and civic engagement. She currently works on a large project on the contribution of civic engagement and activism for young female adults, developing AI to detect child abuse and healing and help-seeking of abused women.

PUBLICATIONS

   

  1. D. Dissertation

Title: Parenting and Therapeutic Practices in Mentoring Relationship: The Association between the Characteristics of the Mentors, Protégés, Relationship, and Intervention and the Success of the Mentoring

Date of submission: 2012

Number of Pages: 136

Language: Hebrew

Name of Supervisor: Prof. Miri Scharf

University: University of Haifa

Publications: item no. D7, D9, D10, D11.

 

 

  1. Scientific Books (Refereed)

 

None

        

Edited Books and Special Journal Issues - Accepted for Publication

None

 

  1. Monographs

 

None

 

  1. Articles in Refereed Journals

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Published

 

  1. Goldner, L., & Mayseless, O. (2008). Juggling the roles of parents, therapists, friends and teachers - a working model for an integrative conception of mentoring. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 16,412-428. (SJR=0.38, R (SJR) =309/516, in Education Q2, V)
  2. Goldner, L., & Mayseless, O. (2009). The quality of mentoring relationships and mentoring success. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38, 1339-1350. (IF= 2.222, R=33/59, in Psychology, Development Q3, V)
  3. Goldner, L., & Scharf, M. (2011). Children’s family drawings: A study of attachment, personality, and adjustment. Art Therapy, 28, 11-18. (SJR=0.205, R(SJR)=3/12 in complementary and manual therapy Q3, V)
  4. Goldner, L., & Scharf, M. (2012). Children's family drawings and internalizing problems. Arts in Psychotherapy, 39, 262–271. (IF=0.659, R=57/67 in Rehabilitation, Q4, V)
  5. 5. Goldner, L., & Scharf, M. (2013). Attachment security, personality, and adjustment of elementary school children. Journal of Genetic Psychology. 174(5), 473-493. (IF=1.095, R=61/74 in Psychology Q4, V)
  6. Goldner, L. (2014). Revisiting the Bird's Nest Drawing assessment: Toward a global approach. Arts in Psychotherapy, 41(4), 391-399. (IF=0.696, R=64/70 in Rehabilitation, Q4, V)
  7. Goldner, L., & Levi, M##. (2014). Children's family drawings, body perceptions, and eating attitudes: The moderating role of gender. Arts in Psychotherapy, 41(1), 79-88. (IF=0.696, R=64/70 in Rehabilitation, Q4, V)
  8. Goldner, L., & Scharf, M. (2014). Attachment security, the quality of mentoring relationship and protégés' adjustment. Journal of Primary Prevention, 35, 267-279. (IF=1.978, R=99/147 in Public, Environmental and Occupational Science Q3, V)
  9. Goldner, L. (2015). Attachment orientations and the development of Israeli elementary school-age children: The role of dependent relationship. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24, 2407-2417. (IF=2.130, R=11/43 in Family Studies Q2, V)
  10. Goldner, L. (2015). Protégés’ personality traits, expectations, the quality of the mentoring relationship and adjustment: A Big Five analysis. Child & Youth Care Forum, 45, 85-105. (IF= 1.331, R=60/69 in Psychology, Developmental Q4, V)
  11. Goldner, L. (2015). Mentors' attachment dimensions, the quality of mentoring relationship and protégés' adjustment: a moderated mediation model. Child & Family Social Work. DOI: 10.1111/cfs.12249. (IF=1.498, R=13/41 in Social Work Q2, V)
  12. Goldner, L. Edelstein, M##., & Habshush, Y##. (2015). A glance at children's family drawings: Associations with children's and parents’ hope and attributional style. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 43, 7-15. (IF=0.702, R=53/71 in Rehabilitation, Q3, V)
  13. Goldner, L., Scharf, M., Edelstein, M##., & Habshush, Y##. (2015). Parents' and children's cognitive style: The role of parents' practices. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 203(12), 958-965. (IF=2.062, R=89/140 in Psychiatry Q3, V)
  14. 14. Goldner, L. (2016). Therapists' self-perception, attachment, and relationship: The role of selfobject needs. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 33(4), 535-553. (IF=1.180, R=2/13, in Psychology, Psychoanalysis Q1, V)
  15. Goldner, L. Abir, A#., & Sachar, C. S#. (2016). Adolescents' true-self behavior and parent-adolescent boundary dissolution: The mediating role of rejection sensitivity. Child Indicators Research. 10(2), 381-402. (IF=1.187, R=36/93 in Social Science, Interdisciplinary Q2, V)
  16. Goldner, L. Abir, A#., & Sachar, C. S#. (2016). How do I look? Parent-adolescent psychological boundary dissolution and adolescents' true-self behavior as manifested in their self-Drawings. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 47, 31-40. (IF=0.702, R=53/71 in Rehabilitation, Q3, V)
  17. Goldner, L. & Berenshtein-Dagan, T##. (2016). Adolescents' true-self behavior and adjustment: The role of family-security and satisfaction of basic psychological needs. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly - Journal of Developmental Psychology, 62(1), 48-73. (IF=2.426, R=46/69 in Psychology, Developmental Q2, V)
  18. 18. Goldner, L.& Golan, Y#. (2016) Parental representations and attachment security in young mothers' bird's nest drawings. Art Therapy, 33(4) 186-194. (SJR=0.262, R(SJR)=3/12 in complementary and manual therapy Q3, V)
  19. Goldner, L., Gazit, O##., & Scharf, M. (2017). Separateness and closeness as expressed in Bird Nest Drawings: Relationships with partners and with the unborn child among expectant parents. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 53, 1-11. (IF= 0.702, R=53/71 in Rehabilitation, Q3, V).
  20. Goldner, L., & Golan, D. (2017). The long term effects of youth-mentoring on students-mentors' civic-engagement attitudes and behaviors. Journal of Community Psychology, 45,(6), 691-703. (IF=1.315, R(SJR)= 78/129 in Social Work Q2, V).
  21. 21. Goldenr, L. & Scharf, M. (2016). Individuals' self-defining memories as reflecting their strength and weaknesses. Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools. DOI: 1017/jgc.2016.32. pp.1-15. (IF=0.696, R= 40/41 in Social work, Q4, V).
  22. Golan Y# & Goldner, L. (2017). The contributions of boundary-dissolution and trust in the romantic partner to young mothers' parenting representations. Early Child Development and Care. Doi:10.1080/03004430.2017.1326107. pp.1-13. (SJR=0.405, R(SJR)=18/79 in pediatrics, Q2, V).
  23. Goldner, L. Abir, A#., & Sachar, C. S#. (2018). Adolescents' rejection sensitivity as manifested in their self-drawings. Art Therapy, 35(1), 25-34. (SJR=0.205, R(SJR)=3/12 in complementary and manual therapy Q3, V).
  24. Goldner, L. & Golan, D. (2018). What is a meaningful students' civic-engagement? Israeli graduates' recollections Studies in Higher Education, 1-15. DOI:10.1080/03075079.2018.1471673

(IF=2.408, R= 65/235 in education & educational research Q2, V)

  1. Goldner, L., Lev-Wiesel, R., & Schanan, Y#. (2018). Caring about tomorrow: The role of potency, socio-economic status and sex in Israeli adolescents' academic future orientation. Child Indicators Research. 1-17. doi:10.1007/s12187-018-9587-7 (IF=1.187, R=36/93 in Social Science, Interdisciplinary Q2, V)
  2. 26. Midhat-Najami,#, Goldner, L., Lev-Wiesel, R. (2018). Perspectives on social suffering in interviews and drawings of Palestinian adults crossing the Qalandia checkpoint: A Qualitative phenomenological study. Frontiers in Psychology (Clinical and health psychology division). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01591(IF=2.749, R=39/135 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary Q2, V)
  3. Scharf, M., & Goldenr, L. (2018). "If You Really Love Me, You Will Do/Be….": Parental psychological control and its implications for children's adjustment. Developmental Review. doi:10.1016/j.dr.2018.07.002. (IF=6.633, R=5/73 in Psychology, Developmental Q1, V)
  4. Goldner, L., Sachar, C. S#., & Abir, A#. (2018). Mothers' parentification, enmeshment, and Israeli adolescents' intimacy: A mediation model. Journal of Child & Families Studies, 1-10.‏
  5. Ram-Vlasov, N.##, Goldner, L. & Lev-Wiesel, R. (2018). Preliminary validation of the Peri-Traumatic Dissociation Trauma Drawing Assessment (PDTDA): The Case of military trauma. Arts in Psychotherapy. Doi:10.1016/j.aip.2018.11.00230.
  6. Goldner, L, Lev-Wiesel, R., & Simon, G#. (2019). Revenge fantasies after experiencing traumatic events: Sex differences. Frontiers in Psychology10, 886‏. Frontiers in Psychology (Gender differences division).
  7. Goldner, L., & Midhat-Najami, N.#. “I felt that the world belonged to me”: The significance of civic engagement among Palestinian university graduates. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 6(8), 458-471.

 

  1. Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books (Refereed)

Published

 

  1. Goldner, L., & Scharf, M. (2013). International and cross – cultural aspects in youth mentoring. In D.L. DuBois & M. J. Karcher (Eds.), Handbook of youth mentoring (second edition).pp.189-199. New–York: Sage.
  2. Entries in Encyclopedias (Referred)

 

Published

 

  1. Goldner, L., & Scharf, M. (2012). Mentoring adolescents. In R. J. R. Levesque (Ed,). The encyclopedia of adolescence (pp. 1722-1729). New-York: Springer.
  2. Goldner, L., & Scharf, M. (2016). Mentoring adolescents. In R.J.R. Levesque (Ed,). The encyclopedia of adolescence. New-York: Springer (Second edition).

 

Accepted

  1. Podolsky-Krupper, C. # & Goldner, L. “God is a painter”; How Jewish Ultra-Orthodox art therapists and clients perceive mental health treatment. Transcultural Psychiatry
  2. Goldner, L. & Roderman, Y. Toward creating positive Masculinity? Art therapy as seen by male art therapists and male adolescent clients. Arts in Psychotherapy.

 

                    

  1. Other Works and Publications
  2. Goldner, L. (2012). Why students learn special education in Oranim College. A research    

   report, invited by the research center of Oranim College (in Hebrew) 1-24.

  1. Golan, D., & Goldner, L. (2015). Long term effects of students' participants in civic engagement programs with scholarships. A research report, invited by Rothschild Foundation (in Hebrew) 1-48. Equal contribution.

 

  1. Submitted
  2. Kissos, L., Lev-Wiesel, R., Eliyahu,N., & Goldner,L. Artificial Intelligence reaches human-level actual performance: A Pilot study of childhood sexual abuse detection in Self-Figure Drawings. Child and Sexual Abuse.
  3. Ben- Eliyahu, A. & Goldner, L. Mentors' motivations, expectations and relationship quality. Journal of Primary Prevention (IF=2.04, R=78/157 in Public, Environmental and Occupational Science Q2, V)
  4. Mother-Child rejection and triangulation among mothers in polygamous families. Journal of Marriage and Family.
  5. Lev, M., Goldner, L. Work Volition in Women with Fibromyalgia: A Phenomenological Analysis.
  6. Goldner, L. & Ben- Eliyahu, A. Unfolding Community-Based Youth Mentoring Relationship: An Integrative Review.