Tobi is a doctoral student examining the development of emotion regulation in autistic children and it association with child and parent characterics over time. Prior to her PhD, Tobi graduated from the MA program in educational and clinical child psychology at the Hebrew University, having received her BA from Bar Ilan University in psychology. Tobi is currently also specializing in educational psychology within Jerusalem’s Educational Psychological Service. Tobi enjoys spending time with family and traveling the world.
Recent Presentations and Publications
Matz Vaisman, T., Graucher, T., & Koller, J. (2023). Parental characteristics and coping among families of autistic children. International Society for Autism Research. Stockholm, Sweden.
Graucher, T., Sinai-Gavrilov, Y., Mor, Y., Netzer, S., Cohen, E., Levi, L., Birenboim, T., & Koller, J. (2022). From clinic room to zoom: Delivery of an evidence-based, parent-mediated intervention in the community before and during the pandemic. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities. doi.org/10.1007/s10803-022-05592-1