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Summer 2017 – Vol. 12, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice – Elizabeth Carll
  • Convention Program – Jessica Punzo
  • International Committee: Interview with Gladys K. Mwiti, PhD -“ Christabel Leonce
  • Student’s Corner: Voicing Graduate Psychology Students’ Experiences with Institutional Racism -“ Wyatt R. Evans, Anna W. Vandevender and Elizabeth Louis
  • Who’s Who: Jonathan M. Cleveland, PhD

Special International Section with a Focus on Refugees
Invited Editor: Elizabeth Carll

  • Introduction – Elizabeth Carll
  • A Group Intervention with Female Syrian Refugees in Lebanon – Brigitte Khoury
  • Enforced Disappearances and the Experiences of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons –
    Kevin DeJesus
  • Working with Trauma in China: KinAesthetic Imagining – Ilene Serlin
  • Enhancing Evidence-Based Interventions for Refugees – Sara L. Buckingham and Melissa Paiva-Salisbury

Spring 2017 – Vol. 12, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Elizabeth Carll
  • Trauma and Latina/o Immigration – Sylvia Marotta-Walters
  • Top Trauma Books and Resources: A Brief Report from a Survey of Traumatic Stress Experts – Joan M. Cook, Vanessa Simiola, Elana Newman, and Richard Thompson
  • Healing Intergenerational Trauma with Dance Movement Therapy – Ilene Serlin
  • Student’s Corner: Caregiver Support in Treating Child Trauma: Illustrations from a Child Advocacy Center -“ Elizabeth Leuthold and Alejandra Sequeira
  • Who’s Who: Christopher DeCou, MS

Fall 2016 – Vol. 11, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice – Joan Cook
  • Competent Care for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming People is Trauma-Informed – Cristina Magalhaes, Madeline Brodt, and Jessica Punzo
  • There’s More – Michael Eigen
  • Two Women Making History: EMDR in the U.S. Air Force – Dawn M. Brock and Amy Roberts
  • International Committee: Interview with Dr. Brigette Khoury -“ Christabel Leonce
  • ECP: Clinical Considerations for Moral Injury, Relational Guilt, and Combat PTSD -“ Rob Chester and Rebecca Temple
  • Student’s Corner: Breaking the Ice: Interdisciplinary Treatment of Sex and Intimacy Issues in Veterans With Co-Morbid TBI and PTSD From the Iraq and Afghanistan Conflicts -“ Nicole R. Randall and Matthew Golley
  • Who’s Who: Amy Ellis, PhD

Summer 2016 – Vol. 11, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice – Joan Cook
  • Poem: I’m a Syrian Refugee – Ani Kalayjian
  • Safety Behavior and PTSD Treatment Outcome: A Call to Arms for Investigators – Hannah C. Levy
  • Mobile Application Review – Constance Dalenberg and Marie Ardill
  • ECP: Employment is Empowerment: The Impact of Domestic Violence on Women’s Professional Growth -“ Jonathan Marsh
  • Student’s Corner: Working with Women of Color Who Have Experienced Sexual and Relational Violence -“ Elizabeth Geiger
  • Who’s Who: Bita Ghafoori, PhD

Spring 2016 – Vol. 11, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Joan Cook
  • Addressing Social Marginalization and Health Disparities in Trauma Psychology – Bekh Bradley and Lesia Ruglass
  • Measuring Trauma-Informed Care: The Attitudes Related to Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Scale – Steven M. Brown and Courtney N. Baker
  • Two Women Making History: EMDR in the U.S. Air Force – Dawn M. Brock and Amy Roberts
  • International Committee: Interview with Dr. Marzia Giua -“ Christopher R. DeCou
  • ECP: Clinical Competence in Treating Traumatic Stress: Considerations for Early Career Psychologists -“ Divya Kannan
  • Student’s Corner: Latina Voices, Walking the Journey with Our Hermanas -“ Jancie E. Castro and Danielle Quintero
  • Who’s Who: Tyson D Bailey, PsyD

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Fall 2015 – Vol. 10, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice – Beth Rom-Rymer
  • Highlights of 2015 APA Convention – Nnamdi Pole
  • Parenting With PTSD: Helping Veterans Talk With Their Kids About PTSD – Kristy Straits-Troster, Michelle D. Sherman, Jenna L. Gress-Smith, and Jessica L. Larsen
  • International Committee: Interview with Dr. Gregory N. Lewis -“ Claudine Anderson
  • ECP: Caring for Abuse Survivors with Medically Unexplained Symptoms in Primary Care -“ Cameron Kiely Froude
  • Student’s Corner: “œFighting” Post-Combat Adjustment with Traditional Martial Arts -“ Robert Jakucs
  • Who’s Who: Charles Figley, PhD
  • In Memoriam: John P. Wilson: Pioneering Trauma Psychologist – Charles Figley

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Summer 2015 – Vol. 10, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice – Beth Rom-Rymer
  • Division 56 2015 APA Convention Programming – Nnamdi Pole
  • STAIR Narrative Therapy – Marylene Cloitre
  • ECP: Reflections on Ebola Crisis Communication – Dana Garfin, Lise Stene, Rafael Kichic, & Clarissa Belle
  • Student’s Corner: Recovery – Jodi D. Bremer-Landau
  • Who’s Who: Bryan T. Reuther, PsyD

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Spring 2015 – Vol. 10, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Beth Rom-Rymer
  • Posttraumatic Growth: What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Grow – Jack Tsai
  • Sexting, an Old Problem with a New Name – Ani Kalayjian and Liya Zhu
  • ECP: Applying Yoga and Mindfulness to Trauma Recovery – Lisa Danylchuk
  • Student’s Corner: Conceptualizing Trauma: In Pursuit of Culturally Relevant Research – Jennifer M. Gomez
  • New Fellow Announced: Denise Sloan
  • Who’s Who: Beth Rom-Rymer, PhD

Special Section: International Trauma Psychology

Invited Editor: Elizabeth Carll

  • Introduction – Elizabeth Carll
  • Going Global: Developing and Testing Evidence-Based Practices in Low-Resource Settings – Laura Murray, Paul Bolton, and Judy Bass
  • Despair, Disruption, Devotion: Families in Lebanon Cope with Loved Ones™’ Disappearance – Kevin M. DeJesus
  • Family Lifecycle Stages Under Threat: The Plight of Children Separated From Their Parents – Ana C. Gardano
  • Children, Trauma, and Grief: School Support in Scandinavia – Atle Dyregrov
  • Intergenerational Trauma Among the Aboriginal Peoples in Canada and the Residential School System – Josephine C. H. Tan
  • Promoting the Mental Health of Emergency Service Personnel – Jane Shakespeare-Finch
  • The War That Never Ends: The Israeli Experience of Traumatized Israeli Veterans – Zahave Solomon and Liat Itzhaky
  • Conversational Trauma Counseling: Examples from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East – George F. Rhoades, Jr.
  • Developing International Collaborations for Early Career Researchers in Trauma Psychology – Julianne C. Flanagan and Emma L. Barrett

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Fall 2014 – Vol. 9, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • Division 56 at the Convention: Highlights From This Year’s APA Annual Meeting – Carlos Cuevas
  • Coverage of Child Maltreatment and Its Effects in Three Introductory Psychology Textbooks – Bethany L. Brand and Linda E. McEwen
  • International Committee: An Interview with Jane Shakespeare-Finch, PhD – Christopher R. DeCou
  • Considering Spiritual Trauma in the Assessment and Treatment of Combat Veterans: A Case for Addressing the I-Thou Relationship in Cognitive Processing and Other Evidence-Based Therapies – Helena E. Young
  • Trauma, Inflammation, and Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities: 2014 Division 56 Presidential Address – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • ECP: African-American Lesbian Intimate Partner Violence: Bringing Light to Their Darkness – Katrina M. Sanford
  • 2014 Awards Presented – Charles Figley
  • New Fellows Announced – Laurie Pearlman
  • Who’s Who: Sandra Mattar, PsyD

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Summer 2014 – Vol. 9, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • Division 56 Program for the 122nd Annual APA Convention – Walker Karraa
  • An Update on Treatment Research for Severe Dissociative Disorders – Bethany L. Brand and Aliya Webermann
  • Kinaesthetic Imagining – Ilene Serlin
  • Stepping Up to the Plate: Opportunities and Challenges for Women in Leadership – Susan H. McDaniel and Nadine Kaslow
  • CRATER Therapy for Veterans with Mild to Moderate Cognitive Impairment and Comorbid PTSD – Harriet K. Zeiner
  • ECP: Do Trauma an Pediatric Chronic Pain Come Hand in Hand? A Call for a Closer Look – Grace Kao
  • Student’s Corner: Treating Female Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Prostitution: Experiences and Challenges From the Field – Katherine A. Cascio
  • Who’s Who: Terri deRoon-Cassini, PhD

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Spring 2014 – Vol. 9, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Kathleen Kendall-Tacket
  • EMDR Therapy: A Brief Overview of Trauma Research, Clinical Practice and Proposed Neurobiological Mechanisms – Francine Shapiro
  • Family Courts Must Demand Science – Toby Kleinman
  • An Infinite Mind: Bold Ideas and Hope for Those With Dissociative Identity Disorder – Lee Norton
  • ECP: Trauma Amongst Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) – Kristen Montague
  • Student’s Corner: Students Treating Trauma: Protecting Our Client, Our Professions, and Ourselves – Sarena Loya
  • Report From the APA Council of Representatives – Joan Cook

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Fall 2013 – Vol. 8, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice – Constance Dalenberg
  • Retrospective View on the History of Diagnosis of PTSD and Our Evolving Understanding of How to Best Treat Individuals – Edna Foa, Carmen McLean, and David Yusko
  • The Evolving Conceptualization and Treatment of PTSD: A Very Brief History – Richard McNally
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy – Patricia Resick
  • A Brief (Not Prolonged) History of Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD – Norah Feeny
  • Dissemination of EBTs for PTSD: Past and Future – Josef Ruzek
  • Custody Evaluations, Therapy Appointments by the Court, Child Protection and Ethics – Toby Kleinman
  • ECP: Sub-Threshold Traumas Hurt Too: Looking Through the Lens of Reproductive Medical Trauma – Robin Green
  • International Committee: Interview with Justin Kenardy, PhD – Vincenzo Teran
  • Student’s Corner: Stuck in Transition: A Personal Account of the Cultural Heritage Trauma – Valentina Stoycheva
  • APA Council of Representatives: February and August 2013 Report – Joan Cook and Sandra Mattar
  • Trauma Research and the Institutional Review Board – Constance Dalenberg
  • Psychologists Caught in the Line of Fire: How Safe is the NY SAFE Act? – Ani Kalayjian and Nira Shah

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Spring/Summer 2013 – Vol. 8, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice – Constance Dalenberg
  • Advancing the Understanding of Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Veterans: Paula P. Schnurr and Sonja V. Batten
  • Gender Differences in Deployment Stressors and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among U.S. Veterans – Dawne Vogt
  • Meeting the Needs of Veterans Who Have Experienced Military Sexual Trauma – Matthew King
  • Trauma and PTSD in Older Veterans – Steven Thorp and Joan M. Cook
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Substance Use in Veterans – Jessica L. Hamblen and Daniel Kivlahan
  • Disseminating Evidence-Based PTSD Treatments for Veterans – Kathleen M. Chard, Afsoon Eftekhari, and Bradley E. Karlin
  • Use of Telemental Health in the Provision of Evidence-Based PTSD Care for Veterans – Tracey L. Smith, Leslie Morland, Peter W. Tuerk
  • Transforming Trauma from Violence into Healing: A Nation Responds – Ani Kalayjian and Leysa Cerswell
  • Assessment and Treatment of Complex PTSD – Michael J. Perrotti
  • One Woman’s Story of How the Legal Nightmare Begins – Toby Kleinman
  • ECP: Identifying and Managing Burnout, Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Traumatization – Mira Brancu
  • Student’s Corner: Graduate Training and Trauma: The Need for Treatment Flexibility and Creativity – Robert S. Cavera

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Winter 2013 – Vol. 8, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice: We Have Come a Long Way and Have Much to Offer – Constance Dalenberg
  • Older Women Survivors of Interpersonal Violence Are a Neglected Population: Research, Practice, and Policy Implications – Stephanie Dinnen and Joan Cook
  • “I Want to be a Better Father”: Case Study from Downrange – Tim Hoyt
  • International Committee: Interview with Atle Dyregrov, PhD – Konstantinos Papazoglou
  • Domestic Violence and Child Protection: Is What We Are Doing Working? – Toby Kleinman
  • ECP: Dual Roles in Forensic Psychology: A Trauma Informed Perspective – Tyson D. Bailey
  • Student’s Corner: Trauma Education: One Student’s Learning Curve – Zachary D. Bloom
  • Student’s Corner: Veterans Self-Medicating for PTSD: An Unfortunate Mixture – Ryan Kalpinski
  • Trauma and Social Justice Task Force: Highlight on Infant Mental Health – Charlotte Savage

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Fall 2012 – Vol. 7, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice: Ten 4 Fifty-Six – Terence M. Keane
  • The Posttraumatic Checklist: A Screening or a Quick and Easy Diagnostic Interview? – Emily Brooks
  • The “Best Interest” Standard Versus Changing the Standard to Assure Child Safety – Toby Kleinman
  • International Committee: Interview with Rosalie Kwong-Lo, PsyD – Kacey Greening
  • ECP: Effective Teaching Strategies for Early Career Faculty Members – Lesia M. Ruglass
  • Trauma Psychology 2012 Awards Ceremony and Social Hour – Dawn M. Hughes
  • Report from The APA Council of Representatives Summer Meeting – Sandra Mattar and Joan M. Cook
  • Student’s Corner: Enhancing Psychological Research on Trauma Through Interdisciplinary Collaboration – Stephanie Hoover

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Spring/Summer 2012 – Vol. 7, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice: Onward to Orlando – Terence M. Keane
  • Effects of Trauma on Implicit Emotion Regulation Within a Family System: A Resiliency-Based Approach – Michael Changaris
  • Our Children Are at Risk and Their Health is Endangered: What Are Their Legal Rights, How Do We Hold the Courts Accountable to Protect Them, and What Can Psychologists Do? – Toby Kleinman
  • International Committee: Interview with Vincent Sezibera, PhD – Elizabeth Carll
  • ECP: I Have Graduated, Now What? Considerations and Tips for Beginning a Private Practice – Nicole C. Winters
  • Report from The APA Council of Representatives Annual Meeting – Sandra Mattar and Joan M. Cook
  • Student’s Corner: Bringing Trauma Assessment to your Practicum Agency – Alexis V. Arczynski
  • Social Justice: An Interview with Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD – Renu K. Aldrich

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Winter 2012 – Vol. 7, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice: Why Trauma Psychology? – Terence M. Keane
  • Racial-Cultural Researchers Find a Welcoming Home in Trauma Division – Robert F. Carter and Adrienne D. Millican
  • Targeting and Child Protection: Should Psychologists Stop Doing Evaluations of Children? – Toby Kleinman
  • International Committee: Trauma Psychology in Israel: An Interview With Danny Brom, PhD, Director, Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma – April Obermeyer
  • ECP: Making the Time to Write About Your Research: Tips for Early Career Psychologists and Professionals – Lisa DeMarni Cromer
  • Student’s Corner: Recommendations for Matching With a Trauma-Focused Internship – Tara Samples

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Fall/Winter 2011 – Vol. 6, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice: Remembrance and Rebuilding: Lessons of Trauma from 9/11 – Christine Courtois
  • Trauma, Death, and Resurrection: A Conversation Between Robert D. Stolorow and Sergei Roganov
  • The Intersection of Forensic Opinion and Therapist Testimony in Custody Cases – Toby Kleinman
  • Spotlight on Social Justice – Exploring Work at the Intersection of Trauma Psychology & Social Justice – Amber Douglass
  • Evaluation of a Lay Mental Health Worker Project in Post-Earthquake Haiti – Leah James, Jacques Solon Jean, Roger Noel, and Jorge Delva
  • ECP: Electronic Representations of Your Professional Image: Tips on Creating a Web Presence – Tyson Bailey

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Summer 2011 – Vol. 6, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice: A Springtime of Hope and Renewal – Christine Courtois
  • ECP: To Postdoc or Not to Postdoc? – Cameo Bortranger
  • Conducting International Research on Domestic Violence in Southeastern Senegal – Regina Sherman
  • Rubbing Shoulders With Gurus: Reasons for Students to Become Involved in Division 56 – Tyson Bailey
  • Who’s Who: Diane Castillo, PhD

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Winter 2011 – Vol. 6, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice: Strength in Numbers and Diversity of Membership and Topic Areas – Christine Courtois
  • The Center for Homicide Bereavement: Integrating Clinical & Community Care for Families Bereaved by Homicide – Holly Aldrich and Mary Harvey
  • Work – Life Balance and Integration – Jean M. LaFauci Schutt
  • Feminist Mentoring Within a Trauma-Focused Research Laboratory – Katie Edwards, Christina A. Myrick, Shannon Johnson,and Christine Gidycz
  • Student Spotlight – Renu Aldritch and Carol Chur
  • New Division 56 Fellow – Laurie Ann Pearlman

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Fall/Winter 2010 – Vol. 5, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice: You Spoke, We’re Listening (We Hope) – Laura S. Brown
  • Childhood Trauma: The Impact of Childhood Adversity on Education, Learning, and Development- Michael Changaris
  • Navigating the Job Market: Tips from the Experts for Psychologists Specializing in Trauma – Rachel Goldsmith
  • International Committee: Interview With Psychologist Sandra Baita, Buenos Aires, Argentina – Amy Wilter
  • Buscar Berraquera Resiliency in the Midst of an Armed Conflict: A Conversation With Dr. Amanda Romero-Medina – Jenny Escobar

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Spring/Summer 2010 – Vol. 5, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice: Our Collective Visions of the Division’s Future – Laura S. Brown
  • Division 56 Responds to the Manchester Grand Hyatt Controversy – Laura S. Brown
  • 2010 Division 56 APA Conventon Program – Dawn Hughes and Kate Richmond
  • Post-Disaster Efforts and Foreign Trauma Psychology Expertise: Reflections After Chile’s Earthquake – Gonzalo Bacigalupe
  • EMDR Therapy: Adaptive Information Processing, Clinical Applications and Research Recommendations – Francine Shapiro
  • Report on National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence – Sylvia Marrotta
  • From Science to Practice and from Practice to Science: Facial Mirror Therapy – Gerald Young

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Winter 2010 – Vol. 5, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice: Deepening and Broadening – Laura S. Brown
  • Call for Division 56 Awards Nominations – Harriette Kaley
  • The More Who Die, the Less We Care: Confronting Psychic Numbing – Paul Slovic
  • Polarization in Psychology: From Science to Practice and From Practice to Science – Gerald Young
  • Killing as Etiological Stressor and the DSM-V Definition of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder – Rachel McNair
  • ECP: Finding Mentoring – M. Rose Barlow

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Fall 2009 – Vol. 4, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice: Keeping It Real: The Four Pillars of Trauma – Steven N. Gold
  • Trauma Psychology Newsletter is Going Green – Topher Collier
  • Raising “Toddler” Divisions – Laura S. Brown
  • Counseling Victims of Intimate Partner Violence: Listening to the Voices of Clients – Robin Day
  • Trauma-Informed Care: Trauma as an Organizing Principle in the Provision of Mental Health and Social Services – Lisa D. Butler
  • River of Hope: A Haven of Help in a Storm Devastated Ninth Ward – Priscilla Dass-Brailsford and Rebecca Thomley
  • Smile for Sierra Leone…as they smile for you, despite their tragedy – Ani Kalayjian
  • Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Parents of Premature Infants – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett

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Spring/Summer 2009 – Vol. 4, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice: Building Bridges – Steven N. Gold
  • 2009 Division 56 APA Convention Program – Dawn Hughes and Richard Thompson
  • The Economic Crisis as Collective Trauma – Robert Stolorow
  • Mixed Methodology in Trauma Psychology:A Love Story – Amber Douglas
  • The Abject Self: Self States of Relentless Despair – Kathleen Adams
  • Medication Use for Trauma Symptoms and PTSD in Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett and Thomas Hale

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Winter 2009 – Vol. 4, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Steven N. Gold
  • Call for Div. 56 Awards Nominations – Lisa Butler
  • Trauma and Healing in the Adoption Triad – Lori Kinkler, Jordan Downing, and Abbie Goldberg
  • Adoption Traumas – Flora Hogman
  • Adoption Stress – Virginia Robles
  • Call for Papers for Special Issue on Diversity and Trauma in PT:TRPP – Elissa Triffleman
  • The Learning Center for Child and Adolescent Trauma – Brian Allen, Carly Dierkhising, Susan Ko, Amber Stokes, Melissa Brymer, Jenifer Wood Maze, Peter Kung, and John Fairbank
  • My Post-Katrina Mission in New Orleans: How to Thrive as a Disaster Psychologist – Charles R. Figley
  • Living in Other People’s Trauma – Daniel Nead
  • Trauma Psychology: Moving Into the Academic Mainstream – Lisa DeMarni Cromer

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Fall 2008 – Vol. 3, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice: State of the Division – Robert Geffner
  • My Thanksgiving – Judie Alpert
  • “Connecting Agendas” Think Tank, September 2008 – Sylvia Marotta
  • Voices of the APA Presidential Candidates – Carol Goodheart, Jack Kitaeff, Robert McGrath, Steven Reiser, Ronald Rozensky
  • Treating War Trauma in Israel: Lessions for the United States – Ilene Serlin
  • What Juries Don’t Know: Dissemination of Research on Victim Response is Essential for Justice – Jennifer Freyd
  • Partnering with Community- and System-Based Agencies Dealing With Trauma to Bring Service Learning to Psychology Courses – Anne DePrince and Sarah Priebe
  • Chronic Pain in Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • Practical Tips for Collaborating With Physician Colleagues to Help Patient Heal Trauma Wounds – L. Kevin Hamberger
  • Voices from the Classroom: Junior Colleague Mentorship Program – Brian Hall

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Summer 2008 – Vol. 3, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice: Moving the Trauma Field Forward – Bob Geffner
  • Remembering Bill- Judie Alpert
  • 2008 Division 56 APA Convention Program Preview, including Hospitality Suite Program- Joan Cook and Richard Thompson
  • Report on APA Summit on Violence and Abuse in Relationships – Sylvia Marotta
  • Textures of Suffering: PTSD and Its Socio-Political Context – Sandra Mattar
  • Health Care Can Change From Within – Bruce Ambuel and L. Kevin Hamberger
  • Inflammation and Traumatic Stress – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • A Developmental Perspective on Trauma Training – Carole Campbell, Elissa Brown, Madeline Amaato, and Komal Sharma
  • Intern Responses to Readiness for Trauma-Related Pre-Doctoral Internships – Ashley Dillon
  • Giving Psychology AWay on Wikipedia – Jennifer J. Freyd
  • Book Review – Operation Homecoming: Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Home Front in the Words of U.S. Troops and Their Families edited by Andrew Carroll – Jaine Darwin
  • Book Review – Trauma and Human Existence: Autobiographical, Psychoanalytic, and Philosophical Reflections by Robert Stolorow – Marilyn Jacobs

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Winter 2008 – Vol. 3, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Bob Geffner
  • David Letterman’s Top 10 – Judie Alpert
  • Give an Hour: An Incredible Non-Profit Looking to Build a National Network – Joan Cook
  • Trauma-Informed Approaches to Systems of Care – Roger Fallot and Maxine Harris
  • Violence Against Women and the Perinatal Period – Kathleen Kendall-Tacket
  • PTSD Criterion A and Betrayal Trauma – Laura S. Brown and Jennifer J. Freyd
  • Preparing Students for Trauma-Focused Internships – Gabriela Bronson-Castain
  • Committee Reports
  • Book Review – Wounded by Reality: Understanding and Treating Adult-Onset Trauma by Ghislaine Boulanger – Elizabeth Goren
  • Book Review – Sexual Boundary Violations: Therapeutic, Supervisory and Academic Contexts, by Andrea Celenza – Dodi Goldman

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Fall 2007 – Vol. 2, No. 3

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  • Presidential Voice – Judie Alpert
  • From the Editor – Topher Collier
  • Accomplishments for 2007 – Bob Geffner
  • Shadows of Disintegration: Chronic Shock – Kathleen Adams
  • The Psychological impact of Birth Experience – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • Pediatric Psychology Partnership for Abuse Prevention – Terri J. Weaver and Monica L. Stump
  • Project Ujima: Providing Comprehensive Care to Youth Violence Victims – Michael McCart and Marlene Melzer-Lange
  • Voices From the Classroom: Trauma in Diverse Populations – Student Research Dissertations
  • Committee Reports
  • Book Reviews
  • A Window into the Soul: Trauma Work in Paraguay and Peru – George F. Rhoades, Jr.

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Spring/Summer 2007 – Vol. 2, No. 2

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  • Presidential Voice – Judie Alpert
  • Primary prevention of violence by adults: Let’s not overlook the impacts of having been a vistim of abuse – Cindy Veldhuis and Jennifer J. Freyd
  • Division of Trauma Psychology convention program preview
  • Promoting wellness and resilience among fire-fighters – Lynda Bolduc-Hicks, Micheala Mendelson, and Karine Toussaint
  • How sleep disorders impact health in trauma survivors – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • Voices from the Classroom: Supporting a trauma research team in an academic setting: Recommendations from graduate students – Kirsten T. Gabriel and Katie M. Edwards
  • A window into the soul: Patient eye contact – George F. Rhoades Jr.

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Winter 2007 – Vol. 2, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Judie Alpert
  • Why Trauma Makes People Sick: Inflamation, Heart Disease and Diabetes in Trauma Survivors – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Ph.D.
  • Shifting the Paradigm: Trauma Psychologists’ Role in Viewing Combat Stress Injuries as Opportunities for Mental Illness Prevention – Charles R. Figley, Ph.D.
  • Who Has a Dissociative Mind? Not Me! Review of The Dissociative Mind – Richard A. Chefetz, MD
  • Trauma Books Authored or Edited by Division 56 Members

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Summer 2006 – Vol. 1, No. 1

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  • Presidential Voice – Judie Alpert
  • Meet Your Leadership – Topher Collier
  • Be There at the Beginning: The Emerging Field of Trauma Psychology – Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
  • Trauma and Diversity Issues – Melba J.T. Vasquez
  • Division 56 Debuts in the Big Easy – Steve Gold

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