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Adelphi University

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Garden City, New York,11530

United States

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New York's Adelphi University is a nationally ranked, doctoral research university where students succeed by gaining the skills, knowledge and exposure to thrive as professionals and active citizens in an interconnected and fast-paced global society. Today, ne...more

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Roni Berger
Dr. Roni Berger, PhD, LSCW, was born and raised in Israel. Dr. Berger holds a BSW, MSW and PhD from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Diploma in Psychotherapy from Tel Aviv Medical School. She serves as a Professor at Adelphi University, a consultant to various professional organizations and holds a private clinical practice as well as provides mentoring services in developing scholarly publications. Her fields of expertise are immigrants, families, specifically stepfamilies, cross cultural aspects of trauma and posttraumatic growth, qualitative research, evidence-based practice and group work. She published and presented extensively, both nationally and internationally. Dr. Berger serves on numerous editorial and advisory boards of professional organizations. Prior to her immigration to the United States in 1990, she worked in Israel in academia, direct practice with individuals, families and groups in the fields of health and mental health, and supervisory and administrative positions in diverse social, medical and educational settings. Dr. Berger received several awards and grants and served as a Fulbright scholar in Hong Kong.


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Roni Berger, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Adelphi University


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Interview with Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW - Professor at Adelphi University | Psychotherapy & Trauma in Cross-Cultral Contexts
Roni Berger was born and raised in Israel where she earned her BSW, MSW and PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and her diploma in psychotherapy from Tel Aviv University Medical School. She is a licensed clinical social worker in New York, as well as a certified family therapist in both Jerusalem and New York.


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Insights into Social Work: Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW
Interview with Roni Berger - Professor at Adelphi University | Psychotherapy & Trauma in Cross-Cultral Contexts About Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW: Roni Berger was born and raised in Israel where she earned her BSW, MSW and PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and her diploma in psychotherapy from Tel Aviv University Medical School. She is a licensed clinical social worker in New York, as well as a certified family therapist in both Jerusalem and New York. Prior to immigrating to the United States 25 years ago, she worked in several clinical, educational, supervisory and administrative positions in diverse health and social service agencies. Since 1993, Berger has been teaching at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, where she currently has the rank of full professor. She has worked as a consultant; authored, co-authored and edited 10 books; and been published in a wide range of journals. Berger's specialties and areas of interest include psychotherapy, trauma, post-traumatic growth, immigration, stepfamilies, youth in residential treatment, and the facilitation of parents groups. [OnlineMSWPrograms.com] You earned your Bachelor of Social Work, your Master of Social Work and your doctorate all in Israel, but you currently teach at Adelphi University in New York. Are there significant differences in social work education and practice in Israel versus the United States? [Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW] The structure of higher education in the United States and in Israel is quite different. [Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW] Some social workers who practice in the field of mental health may wish to be able to provide psychotherapeutic services. [Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW] Social work challenges in the New York metropolitan area are shaped by its location and diverse nature. [Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW] I developed and have been teaching two courses relevant to this question. • Berger, R. & Paul. M. S. (2015). Teaching cultural aspects of trauma practice in a study abroad immersion course: Challenges and Strategies. International Social Work. DOI: 10.1177/0020872815611198 • Paul, M. S. & Berger, R. (2015). Eleven days in Israel: A unique and innovative experience in teaching trauma practice. Reflections, 20(2), 63-71. [OnlineMSWPrograms.com] You teach both MSW and doctoral students at Adelphi. Besides their degree of social work education and experience, are there any characteristics that divide your MSW students from your doctoral students? Should more social workers be pursuing their doctorates? [Roni Berger, Ph.D., LCSW] One leading principle in the field of social work is that one should become a lifelong learner. In my opinion, the major difference between master's- and doctorate-level education is that the former teaches students how to effectively and critically employ available knowledge in providing services to client systems of all sizes; whereas the latter trains them in generating new knowledge to further develop the available professional body of knowledge. Those who are interested in becoming social work educators, researchers or high-level administrators should pursue doctoral studies, whereas those who are interested in providing highly competent services may prefer to pursue "horizontal" further education such as in an institute to gain experience serving population groups, working with clients with specific problems, or learning about particular intervention modalities and approaches. Thank you Roni Berger for your time and insight into social work!


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Roni Berger, a professor in the School of Social Work at Adelphi University, said this type of research is necessary because poverty and trauma are often not associated with each other, and their connection must be better understood.


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