(BSW, MSW by research, PhD)

Lecture at Tel Aviv University

It was a great privilege to give a lecture on the 12 May to a group of professionals from Social Work and other departments of Tel Aviv University. We had a lively discussion and lots of questions  around  maternal ambivalence and the importance of giving a voice  to all  maternal feelings, including the uncomfortable ones.  

Professor Einat Peled,  Head of the  School of Social work, convenor and organiser of the lecture, and I were debating whether  these  maternal  feelings are still silenced in  our contemporary world and whether this has shifted through the impact of   social media. Professor Peled in her thanks pointed to  the lecture as an   “opportunity to work through these important and interesting issues of mothering”.  

Thank you Tel Aviv University for giving me a chance to spread the word about maternal ambivalence.