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1 Work Alean Al-Krenawi, PhD Professor & Director School of Social Work Memorial University of Newfoundland P.O. Box Prince Philip Drive St. John s, NL Canada A1C 5S7 Tel present: Professor and Director, School of Social Work, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada : Killam Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor, University of Calgary, Alberta Canada : Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Spitzer Department of Social Work, Beer- Sheva Education Ph.D , University of Toronto, Canada MSW The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel B.A. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Positions in Academic Administration : Director of the Center for Bedouin Studies and Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel : Founder and Scientific Director of the Regional Research & Development Center for Bedouin Society (Mop) 2003-present: Founder and academic director of Information and Guidance Center for Higher Education for the Bedouin of the Negev, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev : Chair of the Spitzer Department of Social Work, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Editor or member of editorial board of scientific or professional journal : Member of the editorial board of Society and Welfare: Quarterly for Social Work present: Member of the editorial board of International Social Work present: Member of the editorial board of Currents: New Scholarship in the Human Services. 1

2 2002-present: Member of the editorial board of Israel Journal of Psychiatry present: Member of the editorial board of Child and Adolescents Social Work Journal present: Member of the editorial board of Social Work Education: The International Journal for Social Work and Social Care Education, Training and Staff Development present: Member of the editorial board of Bridges: Israeli-Palestinian Public Health Magazine present: Member of the editorial board of Families in Society present: Member of the editorial board of the Mental Health in the Muslim World present: Member of the editorial board of the Clinical Social Work Journal present: Member of the editorial board of Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE) present: Member of the editorial board of Best Practices in Mental Health: An International Journal present: Member of the editorial board of the periodical "Mifgash" for social and educational work present: Member of the editorial board of The Open Family Studies Journal present: Member of the editorial board of the Arab Journal of Psychiatry present: member of the editorial board of the World Journal of Psychiatry. Scientific publications (a) Authored books 1. Al-Krenawi, A. (Forthcoming) Psychosocial impact of political violence: The Israeli-Palestinians Case. New York: Nova Press. 2. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (Forthcoming). Social Work with Muslim Communities. New York: Columbia University Press. 3. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (Eds). (2003). Multicultural social work in Canada: Working with diverse Canadian ethno-racial communities. Toronto, Canada: Oxford University Press. 4. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2009). Helping professional practice with indigenous peoples: The Bedouin-Arab case. Maryland: University Press of America. 5 Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Ethno-psychiatry among the Arab of the Negev. Tel- Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House (in Hebrew). (b) Editorship of collective volumes 1. Al-Krenawi, A. (Guest editor) (2005). Special Issue: Mental health issues in the Arab society. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 42 (2). 2. Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J.R. (Guest editors) (2003). Special issue: Social Work in the Arab World. Arab Studies Quarterly, 25(4). 2

3 (c) Chapters in collective volumes: (Peer reviewed scholarly book chapters) Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). The impact of Globalization on indigenous People: The Arab case. In: D. Verba (Ed), Social intervention (pp.77-93). Paris: University of Paris Press Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). Cross-Cultural perspective of Polygamous marriages among Arab society, the Black Hebrews of Israel and Fundamentalist Mormons in Utah, USA. In: Baytekin, B., Fidan, F., Hazer, G., Aygin, D., Yildirim, N., Hayir, M., Simsek, F. (Eds). International Interdisciplinary Women Studies (pp ). Turkey: Sakarya University Press. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2009). Localizing social work. In: James, G. G., Ramsay, R., Drover, G. (Eds.). International Social Work: Canadian Perspective (pp ). Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing, Inc. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2007). Islamic theology and prayer. In: Coates, J., Graham, J.R. Schwartzentruber, B. (Eds.).Canadian social work and spirituality: Current readings and approaches (pp ). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). Mental health disorders among Israeli Arabs. In: Levav, Y. (Ed.). Psychiatric and behavioral disorders in Israel, from epidemiology to mental health action. Jerusalem: Gefen Publishing House. Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Tomorrow' s players under political violence: The Palestinian adolescent case. In: D. Usully (Ed.), Political Violence, organized crimes, terrorism and Youth (pp.67-80). Netherlands: IOS Press. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Arab society in Israel. In: New Jewish Era: Jewish Culture in a Secular Era. (pp ). Ramat-Gan: Lamda (in Hebrew). Graham, J. R. & Al-Krenawi, A.(2009). International social work and social welfare: North Africa and Middle East region. In: Mizrahi, T. & Davis, L. Encyclopedia of Social Work. New York: Oxford University Press. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2007). Social development in the Muslim Arab Middle East. In Drover, G., Gilchrist-James, G., & Ramsay, R.F. (Eds.). Canadian contributions to international social work. Toronto: Thompson Publishing International. 3

4 Al-Krenawi, A, & Graham, J. R. (2008). Localizing social work with Bedouin-Arab communities in Israel: Limitations and possibilities. In Coates, J., Gray, M. & Yellowbird, M. (Eds.), social work with Indigenous peoples (pp ). London: Ashqate Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Polygamous marriage in the Arab society. In: Weiner, N., Aburabia, S. Palestinian women in Israel: Identity struggle and coping from the Margins (pp ) Jerusalem: Van-Leer Publishing (In Hebrew). Popper Givon, A., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). An Encounter of traditional Arab healers and their clients. In: Weiner, N., Aburabia, S. Palestinian women in Israel: Identity struggle and coping from the Margins (pp ). Jerusalem: Van-Leer Publishing (In Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A (2006). Women from polygamous and monogamous marriages. In Whitaker, Elizabeth D.(Ed.), Health and Healing in Comparative Perspective(pp ). New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2006). In shallah, family, gender and other issues affecting mental health and therapy for Palestinian Arab- Israelis. In J. Kuriansky, Psychotherapy in a turmoil region: Reconciliation between Palestinian and Israeli from a psychological perspective (pp ). New York: Preager press. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Political aspects of mental health treatment for the Arab society in Israel. In: M. Dwairy (Ed.), Psychology and mental health for the Arab society in Israel (pp ). Nazareth: The Galilee Society and Masar (in Arabic). Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J.R. (Forthcoming). Utilization and help-seeking of mental health among Muslim communities. In H. Hamada (Ed.), Islam, Health, and Medicine, California: Altamira Press. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Integration of the Arab in Israeli society: Is it possible?. In Y. Reiter (Ed.), Dilemmas in Arab-Jewish relations in Israel (pp ). Tel Aviv: Schocken Publishing House Ltd. (in Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J.R. (2005). Mental health practice for Muslim Arab peoples in Israel. In C. Rabin (Ed.), Understanding gender, culture and ethnicity in the helping process (pp ). California: Thomson Wadsworth Press. Al-Krenawi, A. & Slonim-Nevo, V. (2005). Psycho-social and familial functioning of children from polygamous and monogamous families: Implications for practice. In M. Ungar (Ed.), Pathways to Resilience: A Handbook of Theory, Methods and Interventions (pp ). California: Sage publications. Al-Krenawi, A. & Slonim-Nevo, V. (2005). The psycho-social impact of polygamous and monogamous marriage on Bedouin-Arab women. In: R. Lev- Wiesel & J. Cwikel (Eds.), Mental health among women in Israel: save your soul (pp ). Jerusalem, Brookdale Institute (in Hebrew). 4

5 Al-Krenawi, A. (2003). Bedouin-Arab families in the Middle East. In J. J. Ponzette (Ed.), International Encyclopaedia of Marriage and Family Relationships. 2 nd edition, volume 1: Ab-Du. Macmillan Reference USA. Al-Krenawi, A. (2003). Cross-cultural psychotherapy with indigenous peoples. In D. Champagne & I. Abu-Saad (Eds.), The future of indigenous peoples: Strategies for Survival and Development (pp ). LA: UCLA American Indian Studies. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, R. J. (2003). Social work with Canadians of Arab background: Insight into direct practice. In A. Al-Krenawi, & R. J. Graham (Ed.), Multicultural social work in Canada: Working with diverse Canadian ethno-racial communities (pp ). Toronto, Canada: Oxford University Press. Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, R. J., & Sehwail, M. (2002). Alcohol and drug abuse from an Islamic perspective: Implications for intervention. In R. Isralowitz & R. Rawson (Eds.), Drug addiction problems, policy and program development: The Middle East in transition (p ). Westport, Connecticut: Praeger press. Al-Krenawi, A. (2002). Mental health service utilization among the Arabs in Israel. In A. J. Jackson & S. P. Segal (Eds.), Social Work Health and Mental Health: Practice, Research and Programs (pp ). New York: The Haworth Press (this paper is similar to the article published in Social Work in Health Care in 2002). Al-Krenawi, A., & Rinat-Heilig, R. (2002). Reflection of Islam in group work. In L. Kacen & R. Lev-Wiesel (Eds.), Group work in multicultural society (pp ). Tel-Aviv: Tchrekover Press (in Hebrew). Graham, J. R., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Historical research. In B. Thyer (Ed.), Handbook of research methods in social work (pp ). New York: Sage Publications. Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Reconciling Western treatment and traditional healing: A social worker walks with the wind. In S. L. Abels (Ed.), Spirituality in social work practice. (pp.5-30). Denver: Love Publishing Company (this paper is similar to the article in Reflections, 1998). Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (2000). Social work in the Arab world. In M. Tahiroglu, T. Ismael (Eds.), Turkey in the 21 st century: Changing role in world politics? (pp ). Gazimagusa, Northern Cyprus: Eastern Mediterranean University Press. Graham, J. R., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Canadian approaches to income security. In J. Turner, & F. Turner (Eds.), Canadian social welfare. (pp ). Toronto, Canada: Pearson Press. Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Culturally sensitive mental health therapy with Arab peoples. In C. Rabin (Ed.), Being different in Israel: Ethnicity, gender and therapy. (pp.65-81). Tel-Aviv: Ramot, Tel-Aviv University Press (in Hebrew). 5

6 Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). A comparison between children of polygamous and monogamous families. In N. Baar & D. Baar-Nir (Eds.), What can be done for children at risk. (pp ). Jerusalem: Ashalim (in Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1999). Globalization, identity, and social work practice: Insight from the perspective of working with Bedouin-Arab peoples. In S. T. Ismael (Ed.), Globalization: Politics, challenges and responses. (pp ). Calgary, Canada: Detseling Enterprises Press. Graham, J. R., Al-Krenawi, A., & Villella, D. (1997). Oral history as a research strategy in Northern social work. In R. Delaney, K. Brownlee, & J. R. Graham, (eds.), Strategies for Northern social work practice. (pp ). Thunder Bay, Ontario: Centre for Northern Studies. (d) Refereed articles in scientific journals Al-Krenawi A. (Forthcoming). A study of psychological, family function, marital and life satisfactions of polygamous and monogamous women: The Palestinian case. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). The psychosocial impact of political violence on Palestinian and Jewish adolescent. The Arab Journal of Psychiatry, 21(2), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., & Al Gharaibeh, F. (Forthcoming). The impact of intellectual disability, caregiver burden, family functioning, marital quality, and sense of coherence. Society and Disability Journal. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (Forthcoming). The impact of political violence on psychosocial functioning of individuals and families: The case of Palestinian adolescents. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journal Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., & Al Gharaibeh, F. (Forthcoming). A comparison study of psychological, family function marital and life satisfactions of polygamous and monogamous women in Jordan. Community Mental Health Journal. Popper Givon, A., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2010).Women as healers, women as patients: The encounter between the traditional Arab healer and her client. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 34, Sehwail, M,. Rasras, K., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). The phenomenon of violence as perceived by Palestinian school pupils. Access Health, 1(1), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J.R, & Kanat-Maymon, Y. (2009). Analysis of trauma exposure, symptomatology and functioning in Jewish Israeli and Palestinian adolescents. British Journal of Psychiatry, 195, Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J.R., Al-Bedah, E., Kadri, H., & Sehwail, M. (2009). Cross-national comparison of Middle Eastern University students: Help seeking 6

7 behaviours, attitudes toward helping professionals, and cultural beliefs about mental health problems. Community Mental Health Journal. 45, Slonim-Nevo, V., Al-Krenawi, A. & Yuval-Shani, B. (2009). Polygynous Marriage in the Middle East: Stories of Success and Failures. Ethnology, 47 (3), Al-Krenawi, A & Slonim-Nevo, V. (2008). The psychological profile of polygamous and monogamous marriages among Bedouin-Arab women. Families in Society, 89(1), Al-Krenawi, A. & Slonim-Nevo, V. (2008). Psycho-social and familial functioning of children from polygynous and monogamous families. Journal of Social Psychology, 148 (6), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J.R. & Sehwail, M.A. (2007). Tomorrow' s players under occupation: An analysis of the association of political violence with psychological functioning and domestic violence, amongst Palestinian youth. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 77(3), Graham, J. R., Al-Krenawi, A. & Zaidi, S. (2007). Social work in Pakistan: preliminary insights. International Social Work, 50(5), Al-Krenawi, A. & Slater, N. (2007). Bedouin-Arab children use visual art as a response to the destruction of their homes in unrecognized villages. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 47(3), Popper-Giveon A. & Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Traditional Arab women healers in Israel and their empowering of women who seek their help. Mifgash, 25, (In Hebrew) Lev-Wiesel, R. Al-Krenawi, A., & Sehwail, M.A. (2007). Psychological symptomatology among Palestinian male and female adolescents living under political violence Community Mental Health Journal, 43(1), Al-Krenawi, A. Lev-Wiesel, R., & Sehwail, M.A. (2007). Psychological symptomatology among Palestinian adolescents living with political violence. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journal, 12(1), Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J.R. (2007). Provision and use of social services among the Bedouin-Arab Women in Israel. Social Development Issues, 29(1), Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J.R. (Forthcoming). Mental health help seeking among Arab university students in Israel, differentiated by religion. Mental Health Religion and Culture. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Cultural beliefs along the path to healthcare. Bridges: Israeli-Palestinian Health Magazine, 2 (1), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J.R. & Ben Shimol-Jacobson, S. (2006). Attitude toward and reasons for polygamy differentiated by gender and age among the 7

8 Bedouin-Arab of the Negev. International Journal of Mental Health, 35(1), Slonim-Nevo, V. & Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Success and failure among polygamous families: The experience of wives, husbands and children. Family Process, 45, Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J.R. (2006). A comparative study of family functioning, health and mental health awareness and utilization among female Bedouin-Arab from recognized and unrecognized villages in the Negev. Health Care for Women International, 27(2), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2006). A Comparison of family functioning, life and marital satisfaction, and mental health of women in polygamous and monogamous marriages. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 52 (1), Al-Krenawi, A., Slonim-Nevo, V., & Graham, J.R. (2006). Polygyny and its impact on the psychosocial well-being of husbands. The Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 35 (2), Levav, I., Al-Krenawi, A., Ifrah, A., Geraisy, N. & Grinshpoon, A. (2007). Common mental disorders among Arab-Israelis: Findings from the Israel national health survey. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 44 (2) Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Mental health practice in Arab countries. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 18 (5), Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Socio-political aspects of mental health practice with Arabs in the Israeli context. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 42 (2), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2005). Marital therapy for Arab Muslim Palestinian couples in the context of Reacculturation. The Family Journal: Counselling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 13(3), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J.R. (2004). Somatization among Bedouin-Arab women: Differentiated by Marital Status. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 42(1/2), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J.R., & Sehwail, M. (2004). Mental health and violence/trauma in Palestine: Implications for helping professional practice. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 35(2), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J., Dean, Y., & Eltaiba, N. (2004). Cross-national study of attitudes towards seeking professional help: Jordan, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Arab in Israel. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 50(2), Kamri, S., Ochana, N., Al-Krenawi, A., & Shelhav, S. (2004). Mental health issues and integration of modern and traditional treatments among the Hebrew community in Dimona. Mifgash: Journal of Social-Educational Work, 19, (In Hebrew). 8

9 Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J.R. (2003). Principles of social work practice in the Arab world. Arab Studies Quarterly, 25(4), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J.R., & Fahker Aldin, M. (2003). Telephone counseling: A comparison of Arab and Jewish Israeli ways. International Social Work, 46(4), Cwikel, J., Lev-Wiesel, R., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2003). The physical and psychosocial health of Bedouin-Arab women of the Negev area of Israel: The impact of high fertility and pervasive domestic violence. Violence Against Women, 9(2), Al-Krenawi, A. (2002). Social work practice with Arab clients in mental health systems. Society and Welfare, 22(1), (in Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A. (2002). Mental health service utilization among the Arabs in Israel. Social Work in Health Care, 35(1/2), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., & Sehwail, A. M. (2002). Bereavement responses among Palestinian Muslim widows, sons, and daughters following the Hebron massacre. Omega: Death and Dying, 44(3), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham,. J. R., & Slonim-Nevo, V. (2002). Mental health aspects of Arab adolescents of polygamous/monogamous families. The Journal of Social Psychology, 142(4), Al-Krenawi, A., & Lev-Weisel, R. (2002). Wife abuse among polygamous and monogamous Bedouin-Arab families. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 36(3/4), Al-Krenawi, A., & Lev-Weisel, R. (2002). The relation between marital violence and sense of potency among polygamous and monogamous women: The Bedouin-Arab case. Mifgash: Education and Social Work, 16, Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Social work practice among the Bedouin-Arab society: Cultural perspective. Mifgash: Education and Social Work, 15, (in Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Cross-cultural social work practice with immigrant: The Arab case. Revista de Treball Social, 162, 7-25 (in Spanish). Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Women from polygamous and monogamous marriages in out-patients psychiatric clinic. Transcultural Psychiatry, 38(2), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (2001). Polygamous family structure and its interaction with gender: Effects children on academic achievements? Implication for culturally diverse social work practice in schools. School Social Work Journal, 25(3), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (2001). The cultural mediator: Bridging the gap between a non-western community and professional social work practice. The British Journal of Social Work, 31,

10 Al-Krenawi, A., Graham,.J. R., & Abuelesh. (2001). The psychosocial impact of polygamous marriages on Palestinian women. Women and Health, 34(1), 1-16 Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., Ophir, M., & Kandah, J. (2001). Ethnic and gender differences in mental health utilization: The case of Muslim Jordanian and Moroccan Jewish Israeli out- patient psychiatric patients. The International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 47(3), Al-Krenawi, A., Slonim-Nevo, V., Maymon, Y., & Al-Krenawi, S. (2001). Psychological responses to blood vengeance among Arab adolescents. Child Abuse and Neglect, 25, Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Bedouin-Arab clients use of proverbs in the therapeutic setting. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 22(2), Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J. R. (2000). Culturally-sensitive social work practice with Arab clients in mental health settings. Health & Social Work, 25(1), Al-Krenawi, A. & Graham, J. R. (2000). Islamic theology and prayer: Relevance for social work practice. International Social Work, 43(3), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., & Kandah, J. (2000). Gendered utilization differences of mental health services in Jordan. Community Mental Health Journal, 36(5), Al-Krenawi, A., & Lightman, E. (2000). Learning achievements, social adjustment and family conflicts among Bedouin-Arab children from polygamous and monogamous families. The Journal of Social Psychology, 140(3), Graham, J. R., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Contested terrain: Two Competing views of social work at the University of Toronto, Canadian Social Work Review, 17(2), Graham, J. R., & Al-Krenawi, A., and Bradshaw, C. (2000). The social work research group/nasw research section/council on social work research, : An emerging research identity in the American profession. Research on Social Work Practice, 10(5), Lev-Wiesel, R., & Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Perception of family among Bedouin-Arab children of polygamous families as reflected in their family drawings. American Journal of Art Therapy, 38(4), Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Attitudes of adolescence and older people toward the practice of polygamy in the Bedouin-Arab society of the Negev. Notes on the Bedouins, 31, (in Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). An overview of rituals in Western therapies and intervention: Argument for their use in cross-cultural therapy. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 21(1),

11 Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Explanations of mental health symptoms by the Bedouin-Arabs of the Negev. The International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 45(1), Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Integrating cultural rituals into family therapy: A case study with a Bedouin-Arab patient in Israel. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 10(1), Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Social workers practising in their non-western home Communities: Overcoming conflict between professional and cultural values. Families in Society, 80(5), communities: O Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Women of polygamous marriages in primary health care centres. Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 21(3), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1999). Social work and Koranic mental health healers. International Social Work, 42(12), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R (1999). Conflict resolution through a traditional ritual among the Bedouin-Arabs of the Negev. Ethnology: An International Journal of Cultural and Social Anthropology, 38(2), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1999). Gender and biomedical/traditional mental health utilization among the Bedouin-Arabs of the Negev. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 23(2), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1999). Social work intervention with Bedouin-Arab children in the context of blood vengeance. Child Welfare, 78(2), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1999). Social work practice and female genital mutilation: The Bedouin-Arab case. Social Development Issue, 21(1), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1999). The story of Bedouin-Arab women in a polygamous marriage. Women s Studies: International Forum, 22(5), Al-Krenawi, A., & Lev-Wiesel, R. (1999). Attitudes toward and perceived psychosocial impact of female circumcision as practiced among the Bedouin- Arabs of the Negev. Family Process, 38(4), Lev-Wiesel, R., & Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Attitudes towards marriage and marital quality: A comparison between Arab-Israeli differentiated by religion. Family Relations, 48(1), Al-Krenawi, A. (1998). Contribution of the Constructivist approach to the professional social work practice in a multicultural society. Society and Welfare, 18(2), (in Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A. (1998). Family therapy with a multiparental/multispousal family. Family Process, 37(1),

12 Al-Krenawi, A. (1998). Reconciling Western and traditional healing: A social worker walks with the wind. Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, 4(3), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1998). Divorce among Muslim Arab women in Israel. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 29(3/4), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1997). Nebi-Musa: A therapeutic community for drug addicts in a Muslim context. Transcultural Psychiatry, 34(3), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1997). Social work and blood vengeance: The Bedouin-Arab case. The British Journal of Social Work, 27, Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1997). Spirit possession and exorcism in the treatment of a Bedouin psychiatric patient. Clinical Journal of Social Work, 25(2), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., & Al-Krenawi, S. (1997). Social work practice with polygamous families. Child and Adolescents Social Work Journal, 25(6), Al-Krenawi, A. (1996). Group work with Bedouin widows of the Negev in a medical clinic. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 11(3), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1996). Tackling mental illness: Roles for old and new disciplines. World Health Forum: An International Journal of Health Development, 17(3), Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (1996). Social work and traditional healing rituals among the Bedouin of Negev, Israel. International Social Work, 39(2), Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., & Maoz, B. (1996). The healing significance of the Negev's Bedouin Dervish. Social Science and Medicine, 43(1), Graham, R J., & Al-Krenawi, A. (1996). A comparison study of traditional helpers in a late Nineteenth Century Canadian (Christian) society and in a late Twentieth Century Bedouin (Muslim) society in the Negev, Israel. Journal of Multicultural Social Work, 4(2), Al-Krenawi, A., & Maoz, B. Shiber, A. (1995). Integration of modern-medical methods with popular methods in treating mental-disorders in Bedouins. Sihot- Dialogue, Israel Journal of Psychotherapy, 10(1), (in Hebrew). Al-Krenawi, A., Maoz. B., & Riecher, B. (1994). Familial and cultural issues in the brief strategic treatment of Israeli Bedouin. Family Systems Medicine, 12(4), Mass, M., & Al-Krenawi, A. (1994). When a man encounters a woman, Satan is also present: Clinical relationships in Bedouin society. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 64(3),

13 Mass, M., & Al-Krenawi, A. (1994). Professional encounters in Bedouin-Arab society. Society and Welfare, 14(2), (in Hebrew). (e) Unrefereed professional articles and publications/monographs 1. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Children at risk- neglect and abuse from cultural perspectives. Conference proceedings: Utilizing research to promote opportunities for Arab children and youth in Israel. Jerusalem: Myers JDC Brookdale Institute. 2. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Awareness and utilization of social, health/mental health services among Bedouin-Arab women, differentiated by type of residence and type of marriage. The Center for Bedouin Studies and Development. Beer-Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 3. Slater, N. & Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Bedouin-Arab children use visual art as a response to the destruction of their homes in unrecognized villages. The Center for Bedouin Studies and Development. Beer-Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 4. Al-Krenawi, A., & Slonim-Nevo, V. (2003). Psycho-social functioning in Bedouin-Arab society in the Negev: A comparison of polygamous and monogamous families. The Center for Bedouin Studies and Development. Beer-Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 5. Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Introducing the centre for Bedouin studies and development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Hagar: International Social Science Review, 2(2), Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Ethno-Psychiatry among the Bedouin-Arab of the Negev Israeli. Magazine for Natural Medicine, Mastics and Alternative Thoughts, 46, Al-Krenawi, A. (1997). A bitter brew: Signs of crisis among Israel's Bedouin. The Jerusalem Report, VIII(1), Al-Krenawi, A. (1995). Walking with the wind. The Bulletin of University of Toronto, 8, Lectures and Presentations at meetings and invited seminars Chair of National and International Conferences Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Academia and community engagement. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in collaboration with Chel, November 1 (National conference). (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Chair of the conference: The Bedouin-Arab family in the 21 st century: The equilibrium between modernization and Cultural preservation. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, October 29 th. 13

14 Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Conference Co-chair: Imagine: Expression in the Service of Humanity: creative approaches to dealing with conflict in groups an international conference. April, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Chair of conference: Psycho-social challenges of Indigenous societies: The Bedouin perspective. The Centre for Bedouin Studies and Development, Ben-Gurion University. July, Beer-Sheva, Israel. Invited plenary lectures at conferences/meetings Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Polygamy in the Middle East. International conference on polygamy, Brandies University, November 7-8. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Social work from Islamic Perspective. International Conference on Spirituality and Social Work, June 2010, Calgary, Canada. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). The Psychosocial impact of political violence on youth: The Middle East Case. The Social Work and Social Development Conference. June, 2010, Hong Kong. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). The impact of political violence on children and adolescents: International Perspectives. 24 th annual San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, January 24-29, at the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center in San Diego, California. (Luncheon speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Children and youth living under multi-traumatic context. Presented at Avans University, February 25, Breda, Netherlands. (Invited) Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Social work practice with multi-ethnic society. Presented at Avans University, February 26, Breda, Netherlands. (Invited) Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). The psycho-social impact of polygamy on senior wives and their children: International perspective. Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria, 26 May, (Invited) Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). The Psychosocial impact of political violence: International perspectives. Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria, 27 May, (Invited) Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Creating space for local knowledge in the therapeutic encounter. Presented at 5th Annual Diversity and Wellbeing Conference: The Diverse Faces of Mental Health, November 20-21, Calgary, Canada. (Keynote speaker). Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Psychological impact of polygamy. Presented at the Bedouin family in the 21 st century: The equilibrium between modernization and cultural preservation. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, October 29 th. Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). The impact of Globalization on indigenous people: the Arab case in Israel. Presented at the international conference on social 14

15 intervention and the role of the State. University of Paris, September Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Mental health practice from a cultural perspective. Eleventh GAMIAN Europe Annual Convention: The impact of Culture and Ethnicity on Mental Health, September 21, Jerusalem, Israel. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). The Impact of Political violence on Israeli and Palestinian Adolescents: Trauma Exposure, Psychological, Family Functioning, PTSD and Aggression Problems. IACAPAP2008, April 30-May 3, Istanbul, Turkey. Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). The association between political violence and violent death in the Middle East. The psychological effects of violent death, March 14-15, Istanbul, Turkey. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Impact of political violence on Israeli and Palestinian families Virginia Masson Hospital and University of Washington, May 24-25, Seattle, USA. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Help seeking behaviors, attitudes toward helping professionals and cultural beliefs about mental health problems World Mental Health Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health, August 19-23, Hong Kong. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Social work and Koranic mental health care. Paper presented at Mental Health Conference. September 1, London, UK. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Tomorrow's Players under occupation: An analysis of the association of political violence with psychological functioning and domestic violence among Palestinian Youth. Political Violence, Organized Crime, Terrorism and Youth, September 13-14, Ankara, Turkey. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Mental health practice with different Ethno Racial Communities. Faculty of Psychology, University of Buenos Aires. September 4, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). The impact of globalization on underprivileged communities. Faculty of Psychology, University of Buenos Aires. September 5, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Mediation in the Arab world. Catholic University Buenos Aires. September 6, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Conflict resolution in the Arab world. The 6 th international conference to the world mediation forum. October 9-11, Jerusalem, Israel. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Bereavement and loss in the Middle East. University of Washington, July, Seattle, WA, USA. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Social Work in the Arab world. Hunter College, School of Social Work, July, New York, USA. 15

16 Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Effective utilization of global and Indigenous knowledge in mental health practice. 2 nd WA Transcultural Mental Health Conference: Broadening the Horizon. November 16-17, Perth, WA, Australia. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Mental health practice with Indigenous people: The Arab Muslim case. United we stand: Building Knowledge and strengthening practice in our communities, November 19-21, Fremantle, Western Australia. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Mental health in developing countries. WHO's research delegation to Ethiopia. (presentation to Psychiatrists/mental health practitioners from African countries) Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Mental health practice in a multicultural society. The 1 st conference on psychology and mental health for the Arab society in Israel. January, Emek Yezreel College, Israel. (Keynote speaker) Al-Krenawi, A (1998). Mental health in the Middle East. International Psychiatry. March, Harvard University, Department of Social Medicine, Mass. Boston, U.S.A. (Invited by Prof. Arthur Kleinman) Al-Krenawi, A (1994). Does mental health therapy needed? The Arab case. Community mental health for Immigrants, April, Clarke Institute of Psychiatry University of Toronto, Canada. (Invited by Morton Beiser) (b) Presentation of Papers at Conferences 1. Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Political Violence in Israel: An Analysis of Jewish- Israeli and Palestinian-Israeli Adolescents: Trauma exposure, Psychosocial, Family functioning, PTSD and Aggression. World Conference on Psychology, Counseling and Guidance. April 21-25, Antalya, Turkey. 2. Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). Tomorrow s Players under Occupation: The Palestinian Adolescents Case. The first international congress of the Jordanian association of Psychiatrists. April 6-9, Amman, Jordan. 3. Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). The Psycho-Social Impact of Polygamy on Women in the Middle East. The Israel sociological society conference. February 15-16, Acre, Israel. 4. Al-Krenawi, A. (2010). The impact of political violence on psychosocial functioning of individuals and families: The case of Palestinian adolescents. San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment. January 24-29, San Diego, USA. 5. Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). Mental health disorders among Arabs in Israel (Poster Session). XII International Congress of IFPE. April 16-19, Vienna, Austria. 6. Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). Cross-national comparison of Egyptian, Kuwaiti, Palestinian and Israeli-Arab university students: help seeking behaviors, attitudes toward helping professionals, and cultural beliefs about mental 16

17 health problems. WPA International Congress Treatments in Psychiatry: A New Update. April 1-4, Florence, Italy. 7. Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). Social work with Indigenous people. 22 nd International Conference of Social Work and Improve the Quality of life. March, Cairo, Egypt. 8. Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). Learning achievement, social adjustment and family conflict among Bedouin-Arab children from polygamous and monogamous families. 1 st International conference of Psychology and Education. March, Covilhã, Portugal. 9. Al-Krenawi, A. (2009). The Psychosocial Profile of Muslim Arab women living in Polygamous and Monogamous Marriages. Interdisciplinary Women' s Studies. March 5-7, Sakarya University, Turkey. 10. Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Chair of the conference: The Bedouin family in the 21 st century: The equilibrium between modernization and cultural preservation. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, October 29 th. 11. Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Polygamous marriage in the Middle East. International Association of Schools of Social Work 34th Global Social Work Congress, July 20-24, Durban, South Africa. 12. Al-Krenawi, A. (2008). Impact of political violence: The Israeli Palestinian case. Typulity-Psychoactive Conference. June, Tel Aviv, Israel. 13. Al-Krenawi, A., Levav. Y. (2007). Mental disorders among the Israeli Arab: Findings from the Israeli element of the International Mental Health Survey. The Annual Health Policy Conference 2007, December 12, Tel Aviv, Israel. 14. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Psychological symptomatology among Palestinian adolescents living with political violence. World Congress of World Association for Social Psychiatry. October, Prague, Czech Republic. 15. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). Children and youth living in war zone: The Palestinian case. Presented at International Association of Schools of Social Work, and Canadian association of social workers. July, Toronto, Canada. 16. Al-Krenawi, A. (2007). A Comparison between Jewish and Palestinian Adolescents: Exposure to traumatic political events, psychosocial problems, family functioning, PTSD and aggression. City without violence conference. May, Eilat, Israel. (In Hebrew) 17. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Socio-Political aspects of mental health practice with Arabs in the Israeli context. WPA International Conference July, Istanbul, Turkey. 18. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Political violence and its influence on society. City without violence conference. May, Eilat, Israel. (In Hebrew) 19. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). The prevalence of mental health problems among Israeli Arabs: Results from a national health survey, Psychiatry 17

18 without a break, body and mind health. May, Israel. (In Hebrew) 20. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Conference Co-chair: Imagine: Expression in the Service of Humanity: creative approaches to dealing with conflict in groups - an international conference. April, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel. 21. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). Marital therapy for Arab Muslim Palestinian couples in the context of Reacculturation. Imagine: Expression in the Service of Humanity: creative approaches to dealing with conflict in groups - an international conference. April, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel. 22. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). The Arab in the north of Israel. The six Herzliya conferences. January, Interdisciplinary center Herzliya, Israel. 23. Al-Krenawi, A. (2006). The Role of employment in the social integration process. From income insurance to safe income. January, Jerusalem, Israel. 24. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Sederot conference: Strengthening the Negev and the Galil. November, Sapir academic college, Israel. (In Hebrew) 25. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Psychosocial aspects of the Bedouin society. Social and employments aspects in the Bedouin society. June, Beer-Sheva: employment services. 26. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Chair of Session: Peace, Security and in-betweens. Youth in a Changing World: the first Scientific Conference of the Interdisciplinary Center for Policy Research and Treatment of Children & Youth. June, Tel-Aviv University, Israel. 27. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Higher education among the Arabs in Israel. Social gaps in higher education in Israel. May, Tel-Aviv University, Israel. 28. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Cross-national study of attitudes towards seeking professio professional help: Jordan, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Arab in Israel. The Annual Sociological Conference. February, Tel-Chai College, Israel. 29. Al-Krenawi, A. (2005). Social work in developing countries. The challenges of Social Work in a changing society. March, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt. 30. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). The elderly as a human capital in a multi-cultural society. The 3 rd National Conference for Social Workers working with the Elderly. December, Bat-Yam, Israel. 31. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Participant in the concluding discussion. Conference on the Development of the Negev: The Bedouin-Arab Community Perspective. December, Beer-Sheva, Israel. 32. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Welfare - Local function or governmental responsibility? Sapir Conference on The Future of Different Politics. December, Sapir College, Israel. 33. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Chair of Session: Coping with trauma in a crosscultural context. The Bi-Annual Conference for Schools of Social Work. October, Haifa University, Israel. 18

19 34. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Chair of Session: Jewish-Arab encounters as educational events. The Annual Conference of the Israeli Association of Educational Research. October, Beer-Sheva, Israel. 35. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Chair of conference: Psycho-social challenges of Indigenous societies: The Bedouin perspective. July, The Centre for Bedouin Studies and Development, Ben-Gurion University. July, Beer-Sheva, Israel. 36. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). Children in minority groups: How to break the cycle of discrimination of Arab children. National Israel Conference for Child Welfare. February, Beer-Sheva, Israel 37. Al-Krenawi, A. (2004). The impact of cultural and political aspects on mental health therapy with Arab people in the Israeli context. The 1 st conference on psychology and mental health for the Arab society in Israel. January, Emek Yezreel College, Israel 38. Al-Krenawi, A. (2003). Therapeutic approach in a changing society: The Arab case. The Annual Conference of the Israeli Educational Counsellors Association. June, Shefayim, Israel. 39. Al-Krenawi, A. (2003). Participant in panel: Children at risk- neglect and abuse. Conference on utilizing research to promote opportunities for Arab children and youth in Israel at Nazareth. (March 4-5) 40. Al-Krenawi, A. (2003). The relation between marital violence and sense of potency among polygamous and monogamous women: The Bedouin-Arab case. The 34th conference of the Israeli Sociological Society. February, Bet- Berl College, Israel. 41. Al-Krenawi, A. (2002). The impact of the urbanization on the Bedouin male and female. Conference on Bedouin society: Lessons from the urbanization, March, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel. 42. Al-Krenawi, A. (2002). Society in transition: The case of the Arab in Israel. San Francisco Jewish federation, March, Ashqelon, Israel. 43. Al-Krenawi, A. (2002). The psychological impact of destroying homes on the Bedouin children. Unrecognised villages conference at BGU, February, Ben- Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel. 44. Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). The Psychological impact of the tribal boundaries on the individual. Conference on Tribalism among the Arab societies, November, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel. 45. Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Dialogue between Jewish and Arab students at the University. How do Israelis Cope with a Multi-Cultural Society in Times of Crisis?, September, David Yellin College of Education, Jerusalem, Israel. 46. Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Muslim Arab women in the Middle East. First International Conference on Women in the Middle East, August, Belagio, Italy. 19

20 47. Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). A comparison study between Israeli and Jordanian. The Third International Conference on Health, Mental Health and Social Work, July, Tampare, Finland. 48. Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). Chaired a session on children and families. The Third International Conference on Health, Mental Health and Social Work, July, Tampare, Finland. 49. Al-Krenawi, A. (2001). The process of seeking mental health help among Arab people. The Israeli Anthropological Conference, May, Tel-Aviv University, Israel. 50. Al-Krenawi, A., & Graham, J. R. (2000). Social work and Koranic mental health healers. The Conference on Continuing the Flight for Social Justice in the 21 st Century, Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), February, New York, USA. 51. Sehwial, M., Rasras, K., Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Group therapy with victims of torture: The Palestinians case. The 14 th International Congress of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy, August, Jerusalem, Israel. 52. Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., & Dean, Y. (2000). Social work with women in the Arab world: Guidelines for practice. The Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, July, Montreal, Canada. 53. Al-Krenawi, A., Graham, J. R., Kandah, J., & Opher, M. (2000). Comparative mental health practice in Israel and Jordan. The Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, July, Montreal, Canada. 54. Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Polygamy in the Arab world. The Middle East Studies Association Conference (MESA), November, Orlando, Florida. 55. Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Group therapy and Islam. The 14 th International Congress of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy, August, Jerusalem, Israel. 56. Al-Krenawi, A. (2000). Social work practice with Indigenous peoples. The first International conference on the Future of Indigenous Peoples: Strategies for Survival and Development, May, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer- Sheva, Israel. 57. Al-Krenawi, A., and Graham, J. R. (2000). Social work crisis intervention theory and the Middle East. The International Conference on Turkey in World Politics, April, Eastern Mediterranean University, Northern Cyprus. 58. Al-Krenawi, A. (1999). Attitudes of adolescence and older people toward the practice of polygamy in the Bedouin-Arab society of the Negev. The Conference on Bedouin-Arab in Sdi-Boqer college Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, April, Beer- Sheva, Israel. 59. Al-Krenawi, A., and Rinat, R. (1999). Psychological components and elements of group work in Islamic rituals. Conference on Group Work and Group 20

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