Noah Hass-Cohen

Noah Hass-Cohen | Associate Professor

  • California School of Professional Psychology

  • Marital and Family Therapy (MA)
  • Los Angeles Campus

Biography

Noah Hass-Cohen, Psy.D is an Associate Professor in the Couple and Family Therapy program at Alliant International University in Los Angeles CA. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist, and clinical psychologist who has been teaching graduate students and providing clinical services since 1999.

Dr. Hass-Cohen is an internationally recognized expert on relational neuroscience art therapy approaches. In her peer-reviewed publications, and national and international keynotes, presentations and trainings, she focuses on art therapy theory and trauma treatment. Dr. Hass-Cohen and her colleagues have received the prestigious Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 2014 article of the year research award. She is the author of two books, Art Therapy & Clinical Neuroscience; and Art Therapy & the Neuroscience of Relationships, Creativity & Resiliency. Dr. Hass-Cohen is an ad hoc journal reviewer and a program development consultant for Bar Ilan University in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Her other service activities have included providing earthquake crisis counseling in Mexico City, the development of a diversity focused conference, supervision, and mindfulness-based stress reduction and self-compassion community training. Originally from Jerusalem, Dr. Hass-Cohen has a passion for mentoring adult learners with a non-traditional educational track. She teaches on ground and online CFT courses.

Education

  • Master of Arts, Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Art Therapy, Loyola Marymount University. Los Angeles, CA.
  • PsyD, Phillips Graduate Insitute
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts. Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts, Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Israel.

Courses

  • PSY 6325 Crisis and Trauma, PSY7302 MFT Research Methods, PSY6312 MFT Theories, PSY7314 MFT Assessment, PSY 9310 Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy and Arts Psychotherapy, Family and Child Art Therapy, Group Art Therapy, Studio Art Therapy

Publications

2014

Hass-Cohen, N. & Clyde Findlay, J. Art therapy and relational neuroscience. Book manuscript in preparation.

2014

Hass-Cohen, N. & Kim, S. The diversity of interpersonal touch: A phenomenological study of Korean female art therapy students. Article manuscript in preparation.

2013

Hass-Cohen, N.,Veeman, T., Ziegler, K.A., & Brimhall, A. (2013). A disaster experiential activity and reflection (DEAR): Developing international and national disaster competencies. In R. Bean, S. Davis, & Davey (Eds.). Clinical supervision activities for increasing competence and self-awareness. NY, NY: John Wiley & Sons. Chapter submitted for publication.

2013

Hass-Cohen, N. & Ziegler, K. A (2013). Vicarious Trauma and Resiliency Focused Supervision and Expressive Writing Activity. In R. Bean, S. Davis, & Davey (Eds.). Clinical supervision activities for increasing competence and self-awareness. NY, NY: John Wiley & Sons. Chapter submitted for publication.

2009

Hass-Cohen, N., & Clyde-Findlay, J. (2009). Pain, attachment, and meaning making: Report on an art therapy relational neuroscience assessment protocol (a case study). The Arts in Psychotherapy, 36(4), 175-184.

2008

Hass-Cohen, N., & Loya, N. (2008). Visual system in action. In N. Hass-Cohen & R. Carr (Eds.), Art therapy and clinical neuroscience (pp. 92-110). London & Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

2008

Hass-Cohen, N. (2008). Who are we? Updating personal and collective memories. "My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love." An art therapist's view of Kara Walker's retrospective exhibit. Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies-GAINS Spring Quarterly, 19-29.

2008

Clyde Findlay, J., Lathan., M., & Hass-Cohen, N.(2008). Circles of attachment: Art therapy albums. In N. Hass-Cohen & R. Carr (Eds.), Art therapy and clinical neuroscience (pp. 191-206). London, Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publisher.

2008

Hass-Cohen, N. & Carr, R. (Eds.). (2008). Art therapy and clinical neuroscience. London & Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

2008

King West, E., & Hass-Cohen, N., (2008). Art therapy, neuroscience and complex PTSD . In N. Hass-Cohen & R. Carr (Eds.), Art therapy and clinical neuroscience (pp. 223-253). London & Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

2008

Hass-Cohen, N. (2008). CREATE: Art therapy relational neuroscience principles. In N. Hass-Cohen & R. Carr (Eds.), Art therapy and clinical neuroscience (pp. 283-309). London, Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

2008

Hass Cohen, N. (2008). Partnering of art therapy and clinical neuroscience. In N. Hass-Cohen & R. Carr (Eds.), Art therapy and clinical neuroscience (pp. 21-42). London, Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

2007

Hass-Cohen, N. (2007). Cultural arts in action, musings on empathy. GAINS Summer Quarterly, 41-48.

2006

Hass-Cohen, N. (2006). Markers of insecure attachment classifications in eight to nine year family drawings: Applications from research. GAINS Autumn Quarterly, 20-23.

2006

Hass-Cohen, N. (2006). Art therapy and clinical neuroscience in action. GAINS Quarterly, Premier Edition, 10-12.

2003

Hass-Cohen, N. (2003). Art therapy mind body approaches. Progress, Family Systems Research, and Therapy, 12, 24-38.

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