Smadar de Lange Ph.D
Smadar de Lange, Ph.D., licensed clinical psychologist in California and Israel started to practice and develop the therapeutic model of the cognitive-nondual field, more than 20 years ago.
Inspired by her practice of meditative martial arts, de Lange started a journey to China and Japan in which she studied kiko, a form of therapeutic Qigong.
De Lange opened a clinic in Berkeley, California practicing meditative healing method based on her studies, personal practice and East-West philosophy. Concurrently, she finished a doctorate in clinical psychology, which led her to a post doctorate specialized in intersubjective psychoanalysis at CCA, California College of the Arts, which she continued with a post doctorate specialized in short term goal oriented therapy at UCSF, The University of California San Francisco. She worked with individuals and groups at the Community Institute for Psychotherapy at San Rafael, CA, Psychological Student Services at Santa Rosa JC, CA, Counseling Center at The California College of Arts, and Employee Assistance Program at UCSF’s Medical Center, CA.
Today, she is a member of the senior staff of the Psychological Services at BGU, Ben Gurion University, Israel and is a supervisor for pre-licensed clinical psychologists and social workers. She provides individual sessions at her clinics in Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, and Neve Shalom. De Lange Conducts workshops for therapist where she teaches cognitive-nondual psychology, a therapeutic model which is called, The Five Roots in Israel, Europe, Central America and The United States.