Join us for an intimate and eye-opening conversation with Prof. Anat Brunstein Klomek, Dean of Reichman University’s School of Psychology. Dive into the heart of resilience amidst the Israel-Gaza war, the pervasive impact of trauma and PTSD, the challenges of social media toxicity, and learn how to communicate with children about the complexities of our reality. We also hear about Anat’s personal journey of navigating through a profound tragedy six months prior to October 7, and her experiences with anti-Israel and antisemitic rhetoric at Columbia University, as well as insight into her own strategies for maintaining resilience in the face of adversity.

Prof. Anat Brunstein Klomek is the Dean of Baruch Ivcher School of Psychology at Reichman University and a clinical psychologist. Anat completed her post-doctoral fellowship and was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Columbia University in New York. In the last years she has been the academic advisor of the Israel Ministries of Health and Education as part of the national suicide prevention program. Anat is the Israeli representative of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP), and the assistant editor of Archives of Suicide Research and a member of editorial board of Lancet Psychiatry. Her primary research interests include depression, suicidality, bullying/cyber bullying, interpersonal therapy, learning disorders/ADHD and eating disorders.