Falk, Avner

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FALK, Avner

FALK, Avner. Israeli (born Palestine), b. 1943. Genres: Geography, History, Politics/Government, Psychiatry, Psychology, Essays. Career: Jerusalem Psychiatric Hostel and Halfway House, Israel, junior psychologist, 1966; Washington University, St. Louis, MO, trainee at Child Guidance Clinic, 1966-67; St. Louis State Hospital, intern, 1967-68; Missouri Institute of Psychiatry, intern, 1967-68; Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, intern, 1968-69; City of St. Louis, staff psychologist at Child Guidance Clinic, 1970-71; Talbiyeh Mental Health Center, Jerusalem, clinical psychologist in outpatient services, 1971-72; private practice of psychotherapy, 1971-95; Sarah Herzog Mental Health Center, Jerusalem, supervising clinical psychologist, 1972-82; Kfar Shaul Mental Health Center, supervising clinical psychologist, 1973-75; Etanim Mental Health Center, supervising clinical psychologist, 1975-83. Lecturer and visiting scholar at universities and institutes worldwide. Publications: Moshe Dayan, halsh veha Agadah: Biographia Psychoanalytith (Moshe Dayan, the Man and the Myth: A Psychoanalytic Biography), 1985; David Melech Yisrael: Biographia Psychoanalytith shel David Ben-Gurion (David King of Israel: A Psychoanalytic Biography of David Ben-Gurion), 1987; Herzl, King of the Jews: A Psychoanalytic Biography of Theodor Herzl, 1993; A Psychoanalytic History of the Jews, 1996; A Psychobiography of Napoleon Bonaparte, 2003. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: 6 Caspi St, 93554 Jerusalem, Israel. Online address: [email protected]