Selected Publications

Rubin, S. S., Manevich, A., & Yehene, E. (2024). Continuing Bonds in Marriage, Death and Divorce: Conceptual and Clinical Considerations in the Relationship to Self and Spouse. OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying, 00302228241226471.‏ 

Yehene, E., Asherman, A., Goldzweig, G., Simana, H., & Brezner, A. (2023). Secondary traumatic stress among pediatric nurses: Relationship to peer-organizational support and emotional labor strategies. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 74, 92-100.‏ 

Manevich, A., Yehene, E., & Rubin, S. S. (2023). A case for inclusion of disordered Non-Death Interpersonal Grief as an official diagnosis: rationale, challenges and opportunities. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 14, 1300565.‏

Yehene, E., Ben-Asher, M., Gerner, M., Brezner, A., & Landa, J. (2022). Parental Narcissistic Injury following Child Acquired Brain Injury (ABI): Exploring Self-Object Needs and Emotional Experience. Psychoanalytic Psychology,1-10.


Yehene, E., Zukerman, H., Goldzweig, G., Gerner, M., Brezner, A., & Landa, J. (2022). Perfectionism, Big Five and biopsychosocial functioning among parents of children with and without acquired brain injury (ABI). Brain Injury, 1-8.‏


Yehene, E., Martin, Y., Goldzweig, G. (2022). An analysis of factors predicting post-traumatic stress disorder and grief following comrade loss. Omega-Journal of Death and Dying, 1-19.

Yehene, E., Eitam, T.  (2022). ‘Crying in my uniform, for sure’: Loss and grief experiences among soldiers who lost a comrade in arms – a qualitative thematic analysis. Omega-Journal of Death and Dying, 1-22. 


Yehene, E., Goldzweig, G., Simana, H., & Brezner, A. (2022). “Mind the gap”: Exploring pediatric nurses` perceptions of the theory and practice of caring for children and families. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 64, 84-94.


Yehene, E., Daube, Y., Zaksh, Y., Elyashiv, M. (2022). ‘Be Realistic. Hope for a miracle’: Understanding the coexistence of optimism and grief among caregivers of patients with disorders of consciousness. Illness, Crises and Loss, 30(2), 175-191. 


Yehene, E., Manevich, A., & Rubin, S. S. (2021). Caregivers’ Grief in Acquired Non-death Interpersonal Loss (NoDIL): A Process Based Model with Implications for Theory, Research, and Intervention. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 676536.‏

Yehene, E., Steinberg, P., Gerner, M., Brezner, A., & Landa, J. (2021). “Concurrent Ropes and Ladders”: Mapping and Conceptualizing the Emotional Loss Experience of Parents Following Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury. Qualitative Health Research, 31(8), 1518-1533.‏

Yehene, E., Brezner, A., Ben-Valid. S., Golan, S., Bar-Nadav, O., Landa, J. (2021). Factors associated with parental grief reaction following moderate-severe pediatric acquired brain injury.  Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 31(1), 105-128.

Yehene, E., Zaksh, Y., Davidian, M., Bar-Nadav, O., & Elyashiv, M. (2020). Locked-in your heart-shaped box: Familial-role and attachment orientation as predictors of grief in prolonged disorders of consciousness vs. death. Death Studies, 44(8), 510-520. 

Yehene, E., Golan, S., Brezner, A., Gerner, M., Landa, J. (2019). The role of perceived vs. observed behavioral outcomes in parental grief reaction following pediatric acquired brain injury. Neurorehabilitation, 45(1), 11-18. 

Yehene, E., Lichtenstern, G., Harel, Y., Druckman, E., & Sacher, Y. (2019). Self-efficacy and acceptance of disability following mild traumatic brain injury: A pilot study. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 27(5), 468-477. ‏ 

Zaksh, Y., Yehene, E., Elyashiv, M., & Altman, A. (2019). Partially dead, partially separated: Establishing the mechanism between ambiguous loss and grief reaction among caregivers of patients with prolonged disorders of consciousness. Clinical Rehabilitation, 33(2), 345-356.‏

Yehene, E., Friedlander E. (2019). Like a Phoenix: The Journey toward Core-Self Restoration following Paediatric Skin-Burn Injury: a psychoanalytic perspective”. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 45(1), 36-54.