Nehama Grenimann Bauch holds an M.A. in Art Therapy from the University of Haifa, Israel, and a BFA from the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence, Italy. Her M.A. thesis focused on fathers, clay, paternal representations and mentalization. She has worked over the years with diverse populations in different settings and countries, such as Ethiopia, Armenia and Israel. For the past six years she has been working in Berlin, Germany, with at-risk children from migrant and refugee backgrounds and their parents. Nehama is currently focusing both her clinical practice and research on the integration of art therapy in schools and refugee-shelters, working as part of an international psychosocial team through IsraAID Germany e.V.