Ohad Nahum (Israel)
Clinical Psychology; Tel-Aviv Center for Non-Violent Resistance Psychology
Area of Expertise: NVR- Entitled dependence (dependent adults), Anxiety, Behavior problems, Violent and Self-Destructive Children; Emerging Adults; Sport psychology
Ohad Nahum is a certified clinical psychologist with expertise in NVR interventions, dynamic and cognitive behavioral therapies and sports psychology. He works in private practice with children and adults, and is a founding member of the Tel-Aviv Center for Non-Violent Resistance Psychology, a private body dedicated to NVR interventions with special emphasis on Adult Entitled Dependence and Childhood Anxiety Disorders. He has worked with Professor Haim Omer since 2001, served as a team member of the school for Non-Violent Resistance, and lectures on a variety of NVR topics in various international forums and professional training workshops. Ohad conducts NVR interventions with a wide range of populations and in several fields, and trains professionals internationally in NVR psychology and the New Authority. Ohad completed his M.A in child clinical psychology at Haifa University, where he is currently finishing his PhD in clinical sport psychology. He also works as a sport psychologist.