Haim Weinberg, Ph.D.
Haim Weinberg, Ph.D.is a clinical psychologist, group analyst (Israel) and Certified Group Psychotherapist (USA), now living in the United States. For more than 30 years, he has worked as a clinical psychologist, providing individual, couple, family, and group psychotherapy, as well as supervising interns and junior psychologists.
He is past-president of the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society (NCGPS) & of the Israeli Association of Group Psychotherapy. He taught at the Wright Institute, Berkeley and at the Alliant International University, Sacramento, and at the group facilitators training program in Tel-Aviv University. Ex-director of the group leaders training program in Bet Berl College.
He is in private practice in Sacramento, and is a past-member of the Board of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy (IAGP), a Fellow member of The American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA) and a member of the Group Analytic Society (GAS). He received awards for his work, teaching and promoting group psychotherapy from the Israeli Association of Group Psychotherapy and the American Group Psychotherapy Association (including the The Harold Bernard Group Psychotherapy Training Award).
Dr. Weinberg has conducted workshops, lectured and presented in many local (Israel and USA) and international conferences, participating and presenting in the AGPA annual meetings for more than 15 years. He has co-chaired several Israeli and Northern California conferences on group therapy and the Scientific Program Committee of the International Conference of Group Psychotherapy of the IAGP in Brazil, 2006. Haim Weinberg has published more than 40 papers, co-edited books about the Large Group and the Social Unconscious and published a book about online groups. He is moderating a group psychotherapy discussion list on the Internet. He is a member of the editorial committee of the international journal of group psychotherapy where he served as the editor of the non-English books’ reviews.
Haim Weinberg completed his PhD studies at the Manchester Metropolitan University (England), specializing in the study of Groups, their Cultures, and the Internet Unconscious. His professional interests lie in the areas of group processes and group therapy, multicultural issues, conflict resolution, trauma groups, online groups, Large Groups and the Social Unconscious.