By bringing together clinical work and research, we are able to create a more collaborative and effective approach to improving the well-being of children and families.
Keren is a developmental psychologist working in the Negev Child Development Center of the Israel Ministry of Health in Beer Sheva. She is professionally active in a variety of fields: diagnostics, therapy, staff counseling in preschool educational centers; and serves as a touter for psychology students during their training. Additionally, Keren is involved in constructing tools for identifying and treating children with developmental delays.
In KI, Keren’s main focus is the clinical implementation of projects in the domains of child development.
Keren’s residency included work in several institutions in Haifa, Israel. At the Milman Center, she worked with children on the autism spectrum, providing specialized treatment and support to help them reach their full potential. in addition, she worked at the Clinic for Developmental Psychological Therapy and at the Child Developmental Center in Haifa, where she gained skills in diagnosing and treating a variety of developmental disorders. In recent years Keren has been working at the Azrieli National Autism Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental research.
Keren received her MA degree in developmental psychology from Haifa University.
During her free time, Keren enjoys hiking and exploring with her husband and three kids the beautiful and diverse landscapes of Israel. Keren also loves meeting new people, learning about their experiences, and exchanging ideas.