Dr. Dana Sinai

Baruch Ivcher School of Psychology

Areas of expertise

  • Clinical Psychologist, Cognitive Behavioural (CBT) therapist
    Chief psychologist at the Unit for Women's mental health, Brill Mental Health Center (Ramat Chen), Tel Aviv
  • Sinai, D. and Tikotzky, L. (2012). Infant sleep, parental sleep and parenting stress in families of mothers on maternity leave and in families of working mothers. Infant Behavior and Development, 35, 179-186.

    Sinai, D., Gur, M. and Lipsitz, J.D. (2012).  Therapist Adherence to Interpersonal vs. Supportive Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder. Psychotherapy Research, 22(4), 1-8

    Lopes, R. T., Gonçalves, M. M., Machado, P. P., Sinai, D., Bento, T., & Salgado, J. (2014). Narrative Therapy vs. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for moderate depression: Empirical evidence from a controlled clinical trial. Psychotherapy Research, 24 (6), 662-674.

    Lopes, R. T., Gonçalves, M. M., Sinai, D., Machado, P. P. (2015). Predictors of dropout in a controlled clinical trial of psychotherapy for moderate depression. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 15(1), 76-80.

    Lopes, R. T., Gonçalves, M. M., Sinai, D., & Machado, P. P. (2017). Clinical outcomes of psychotherapy dropouts: does dropping out of psychotherapy necessarily mean failure?. Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria, (AHEAD), 0-0.

    Sinai, D., Spira, C. & Lipsitz, J.D. (in preparation). Telephone Interpersonal Counseling (IPC) with Frequent Attenders to Primary Care: Development and Piloting