Dr. Michal Morag is a clinical & forensic psychologist with accumulated field experience on the psychological aspects and vulnerabilities of specific forensic populations-at-risk.
In 2015, she retired from a lengthy service as a psychological expert for various Israeli security forces, after which she has been appointed a special adviser for the Europol and serves as an expert witness on prison release committees in Israel.
In addition to her fieldwork, Dr. Morag has become a full time researcher & lecturer at the Ruppin academic center and is currently serving as the head of the Psychology program. She is also Head of the Criminal Profiling program (at Ariel University). She has published material on the development of actuarial risk assessment tools ASA relating to closed cults, Israeli criminal organizations and religious strengthening among Jewish Prisoners.