Ami Rokach holds a Ph.D. in psychology from Purdue University. He is the Executive Editor of the Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, and is a clinical psychologist who combines offering individual, couple and sex therapy with teaching and research. Ami is an associate professor and is teaching psychology at The Center for Academic Studies in Israel, and is also a member of the psychology departments at York University in Canada and Walden University in the USA. His therapeutic and research interests include loneliness, sexuality, couple and sex therapy, anxiety and phobias, traumatic experiences and personal growth, stress management and palliative care. After 35 years in psychology, he is still intrigued by human nature, peoples' suffering, and the real opportunity that we all have to grow, flourish, and reinvent ourselves despite obstacles and painful experiences.

Ami Rokach Department of Psychology, The Center for Academic Studies, Israel and York University, Canada

Ami Rokach holds a Ph.D. in psychology from Purdue University. He is the Executive Editor of the Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, and is a clinical psychologist who combines offering individual, couple and sex therapy with teaching and research. Ami is an associate professor and is teaching psychology at The Center for Academic Studies in Israel, and is also a member of the psychology departments at York University in Canada and Walden University in the USA. His therapeutic and research interests include loneliness, sexuality, couple and sex therapy, anxiety and phobias, traumatic experiences and personal growth, stress management and palliative care. After 35 years in psychology, he is still intrigued by human nature, peoples' suffering, and the real opportunity that we all have to grow, flourish, and reinvent ourselves despite obstacles and painful experiences.

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