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ד"ר השאם אבו ריא

מידע כללי

ד"ר השאם אבו ריא, חוקר בתחומים של דתיות, רוחניות, בריאות ורווחה נפשית. בעל תואר ראשון בפסיכולוגיה וסוציולוגיה (האוניברסיטה העברית, 1997), תואר שני בפסיכולוגיה קלינית (Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio, USA, 2005), ודוקטורט בפסיכולוגיה קלינית (Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio, USA, 2008). ד"ר השאם  עשה פוסט-דוקטורט קליני באוניברסיטת ניו יורק (NYU). 

ד"ר השאם  הינו חבר סגל בכיר בבית הספר לעבודה סוציאלית ע"ש שאפל. מלמד קורסים בנושאים של פסיכותראפיה קיומית, פסיכולוגיה יונגיאנית, תורות האישיות וקורסים נוספים. פרסם מאמרים מדעיים מובילי דעה בכתבי העת המובילים בתחומו. על תרומתו למחקר בפסיכולוגיה של הדת.

ד"ר השאם  זכה בפרס "Margaret Gorman Early Career Award" שמוענק על ידי החברה לפסיכולוגיה של דת ורוחניות השייכת לאגודה הפסיכולוגית האמריקאית (American Psychological Association). 

קורות חיים

Dr. Hisham Abu-Raiya is a clinical psychologist and lecturer at the Bob Shapell School of Social Work. He teaches a diverse array of courses including Existential Psychotherapy, Basic Concepts in Jungian Psychology, Anti-Psychiatry Movement, Personality Theories, and Religion and Spirituality as Coping Resources with Life Crises. He has earned his BA in psychology and sociology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1997) and his Master's degree (2005) and PhD degree (2008) in clinical psychology from Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA.

Dr. Hisham Abu-Raiya is an internationally known expert in the field of the psychology of religion. He has been the leading researcher in multiple research projects and has published many articles and book chapters pertaining to this field of inquiry. As recognition of his contribution to the field of the psychology of religion, he was recently awarded the 2016 Margaret Gorman Early Careen Award from Division 36 (the Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality) of the American Psychological Association (APA). 

 

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תחומי מחקר

 Research Fields

  • Religion/ spirituality and health and well-being
  • Religion/spirituality and prejudice
  • Religious coping/religious struggle
  • Spirituality integrated psychotherapy

פרסומים

Selected Publications
 

Peer- reviewed articles

Berger, R., Abu-Raiya, H., & Gelkopf, M. (2015). The art of living together: Reducing prejudicial attitudes through the Arab-Jewish Class Exchange 
Program (CEP). Journal of Educational Psychology, 105(3), 678-688. 


Abu-Raiya, H., Pargament, K. I., Weissberger, A., & Exline, J. (2015). An empirical examination of religious/spiritual struggles among Israeli-Jews. The 
International Journal for the Psychology of Religion. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/10508619.2014.1003519  


Abu-Raiya, H., Pargament, K. I., Krause, N., Ironson, G. (2015). Robust links between religious/spiritual struggles, psychological distress, and well-being in 
a national sample of American adults. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 85(6), 565-575. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/ort0000084       


Abu-Raiya, H., Pargament, K. I., & Krause, N. (2015). Religion as problem, religion as solution: Religious buffers of the links between religious/spiritual struggles 
and well-being/mental health. Quality of Life Research. Advanced online publication. doi 10.1007/s11136-015-1163-8    


Berger, R., Abu-Raiya, H., & Benatov, J. (in press). Reducing primary and secondary traumatic stress symptoms among educators by training them to deliver a resiliency program (ERASE-Stress) following the Christchurch earthquake in New Zealand. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.  


Abu-Raiya, H., Pargament, K. I., Exline, J., & Agbaria, Q. (2015, in press). Prevalence, predictors, and implications of religious/spiritual struggles among Muslims. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.  


Abu-Raiya, H. (2015). Religious coping with life crises: A review of the literature. Society & Welfare (Hebrew).

 

 

Chapters in books
 

Abu-Raiya, H., & Pargament, K. I. (2008). Recent empirical advances in the psychology of religion and coping. In C. Johansen & N.S Hvidt (Eds.), Kan

Bjerge Flytte Troen? (Do Mountains Move Faith? pp. 235-253). Copenhagen, Denmark: Gyldendal. 

 

Abu-Raiya, H., Pargament, K. I., & Magyar-Russell, G. (2010). When religion goes awry: Religious risk factors for poorer health and well-being. In P. J. Verhagen, H. M. Van Praag, J. J. Lopez-Ipor, J. L. Cox, & D. Moussaoui (eds.). Religion and psychiatry: Beyond boundaries (pp. 389-411). John Wiley& Sons.  

 

Abu-Raiya, H., & Pargament, K. I. (2011). Putting research into practice: Toward a clinical psychology of religion and spirituality. In Noth, I., Morgenthaler, C., & Greider, K. J. Eds). Pastoral psychology and psychology of religion in dialogue (pp. 13-27). Stuttgart, Germany: Kohlhammer Verlag.

 

Abu-Raiya, H., & Pargament, K. I. (2012). On the links between religion and health: What has empirical research taught us? In M. Cobb, C. Puchalski, & B.

Rumbold, (Eds.). Oxford Textbook in Spirituality and Health (pp. 333-340). London, Great Britain: Oxford University Press.

 

Abu-Raiya, H. (2013). The psychology of Islam: Current empirically based knowledge, potential challenges and directions for future research. In K. I. Pargament, J. J. Exline & J. W. Jones (Eds). APA handbook of psychology, religion, and spirituality (Vol 1): Context, theory, and research. APA handbooks in psychology (pp. 681-695). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, xxvii, 740 pp. doi: 10.1037/14045-038

 

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