Publications 

Rottenberg, B. (2011). PhD Dissertation: Mothers’ Writing: Israeli Mothers’ Narrative and its Expressions in Blogs. Number of pages: 250, Language: Hebrew. Name of supervisors: Professor Shifra Schonmann and Professor Emanuel Berman.                         

University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel.

Articles in Refereed Journals

Published

Rottenberg-Rosler, B., Schonmann, S., & Berman, E. (2008). Dear Diary: Catharsis and Narratives of Aloneness in Adolescents’ Diaries. Enquire 2(1): 133-156.
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sociology/research/enquire/journal/vol-2/index.aspx

 

Rottenberg, B., Schonmann, S., & Berman, E. (2011). Catharsis and Narratives of Aloneness in Adolescent Diaries. In-between the Words, 5 (Hebrew)http://tinyurl.com/RottenbergDiary

Rottenberg, B., Schonmann, S., & Berman, E. (2017) ‘Rememory’ and Meaning: The Narrative of a Mother Giving Birth to Her Own Subjective Identity Through Weblog Writing. Journal of Poetry Therapy Vol 30(2). 84-94.

Rottenberg, B. (2017). A bibliotherapeutic reading of alice in wonder-mother-blogging land. Journal of Poetry Therapy, Vol 30 (3). 189-199. Clinical Psychology:

Rottenberg, B. (2017). Where the wild narratives of motherhood are: The maternal development of the capacity to narrate. Practice Innovations, 2 (2), 94.‏‏(New Journal)

Rottenberg, B. (In Press 2022). Bibliotherapy as an Integrative Psychotherapeutic Channel. Will be published by Journal of Poetry Therapy.

 

Entries in Encyclopedias

Rottenberg-Rosler, B. (2010). “Suleiman, Susan Rubin.” In Encyclopedia of Motherhood. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage (refereed).

Conferences Lectures

Active Participation in Scholarly Conferences and Presentations

 

International Conferences - Held in Israel

 “Rememory” and Meaning: The Narrative of a Mother Giving Birth to Her Own Subjective Identity. Tel Aviv.  Fourth International Conference of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. June, 2009

 

Narrators of Maternal Subjectivity: Between Maternal Self-Narratives and Maternal Child-Focused Narratives, Jerusalem. The 47th Annual conference of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. June 2016

 

Our Capacity to Narrate and Love in the virtual sphere. Tel Aviv. International Conference of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. June 2019

 

Local Conferences

Expressions of Catharsis in Adolescent Diaries Tel Aviv Second Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methodologies June, 2006

 

The Research’s Umbilical Cord Ben-Gurion University Third Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methodologies February, 2008

A Blog of Your Own: Maternal Narrative and its Expressions in Israeli Mothers’ Blogs Bar-Ilan University Second Conference of Gender and Discourse February, 2009

 

Identity, Memory, and Meaning in Writing Processes in Mothers’ Blogs University of Haifa Brain, Art, and Therapy December, 2009

 

Invited Lectures in Israel

 

Mothers Writing Themselves? Witnessing and Playing in Mothers’ Writing, University of Haifa, Echoes and Witnessing: Voices in Bibliotherapy,2012

 

Bibliotherapy and the Capacity to Narrate, Ministry of Education, Experienced Expressive Therapist in Matya Kfar Saba,2016

 

Maternal Subjectivity and Babies' Contributions, Minstery of Health Office, Haifa. Clinical Seminar, The Public Service Center for Developmental Psychological Therapy,2017

 

The Capacity to love, The Capacity to Narrate: Filling the Holes in the Heart, University of Haifa, 2018

 

Love in the Life Span: Department of Counseling and Human Development, Faculty of Education, University of Haifa,2018

 

Bibliotherapy and the Education Field, Seminar Ha'Kibutsim College, Literature Education Seminar,2018

 

Our Human Capacities: Creating a research and Clinical community in Israel and Germany, Seminar Ha'Kibutsim College, International Seminar about Activist Education,2019

 

 

International Conferences - Held Abroad

 

Chair and Presenter, The Paradoxes in the Research of Mothers’ Blogs – The Need for a Playful University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Ninth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry May, 2013

 

The Capacity to Narrate Maternal Subjectivity in the Context of Early Motherhood Prague The 15th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health June, 2016

 

 The 'Times They are Changing’: Maternal Identity Between Risks and Resilience Rome 16th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health May, 2018

 

Where the Wild Narratives of Motherhood Are Amsterdam The 48th Annual conference of the Society for Psychotherapy Research June, 2018

 

Organization of Conferences or Sessions

 

Panel: Infant Mental Health, Prague, The 15th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health, 2016

 

Panel: Infant Mental Health, Rome,16th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health, 2018

 

Panel: The Question of Education after Auschwitz, Haifa, Social Work and Bibliotherapy: Germany-Israel Annual meeting,2017

 

Panel: The Witness Narrator: Working with Survivals , Haifa, Social Work and Bibliotherapy: Germany-Israel Annual meeting,2018

 

Panel: Shared experience – shared memories, Germany, International Conference of Israeli-German Cooperation,2019

 

Invited Workshop Abroad

Bibliotherapy and the Capacity to Narrate, Katholish Stiftungshochschule, Benediktbeuern, Germany, Pedagogy and Human Rights,2017

 

Bibliotherapy with Refugees, Katholish Stiftungshochschule, Munchen, Germany, Refuge and Asylum,2017

 

Our Human Capacities: To Narrate and to Relate, Katholish Stiftungshochschule, Academy for Political Education Tutzin, Germany, Social work as place of human rights, 2017

 

Narrative and Play within the therapeutic context, Katholish Stiftungshochschule, Benediktbeuern, Germany, Social work as place of human rights,2018

 

Bibliotherapy and memory, Katholish Stiftungshochschule, Benediktbeuern, Germany, Shared Experience – Shared Memories,2019

 

Colloquium Talks

 

Motherhood in between the Virtual and the Real: Jewish Israeli Maternal Writing from a Bibliotherapeutic Perspective, Resident fellow Seminar, Hall Center for the Humanities, University of Kansas,2013

 

The Maternal Playground under Fire, Center for Global and International Studies Seminar, University of Kansas,2013

 

Decompose and Narrate: The Developmental Challenges of the Divorced Mother in Israel. Faculty of Education Seminar, University of Haifa, 2017

 

The Clinical Case Photo Album, Bibliotherapy program Case Study Seminar. Faculty of Education, University of Haifa,2018

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Dr. Biri Rottenberg, Psychoanalytic psychotherapy, bibliotherapy, Israel

birirot@gmail.com