Editor’s Introduction Limor Zer-Gutman and Inbar Cohen 5 image Full Text in Hebrew
Bottles, Wine and Vineyards: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspective on the Youth (Care and Supervision) Law–1960 Dahlia Schilli-Jerichower and Tali Gal 9 image Full Text in Hebrew
My Voice will be Heard – Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Child Participation in the Israeli Family Court Tamar Morag and Karni Perlman 49 image Full Text in Hebrew
Helping Victims in Shelters for Battered Women – The Need for a Socio-Legal Model Michal Gold 77 image Full Text in Hebrew
Elders Abuse by Offspring where the Elders are Not ‘Helpless’ – A Critical Review within the Framework of the Family Violence Prevention Law Michael Schindler and Israel Doron 105 image Full Text in Hebrew
Standing at a Crossroad – The Crossroad between Therapy and Law as Manifested in the Testimony of Mental Health Professionals Inbar Cohen 139 image Full Text in Hebrew
When I Grow Up, I hope to Be as Influential as You” – Legal and Occupational Assistance as a Means of Minimizing the Secondary Victimization of Victims of Crimes and Enhancing their Wellbeing Dana Pugach, Noomi Katz, Dana Lavok-Gal and Naama Katz 181 image Full Text in Hebrew
Shared Roots and Shared Commitments: The Centrality of Social Work to Holistic Defense Robin Steinberg and Elizabeth Keeney 211 image Full Text in Hebrew
Should a Psychological Ethics Committee Be Bound by a Statute of Limitations? Rebecca Reicher-Atir 243 image Full Text in Hebrew

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