Introduction to Special International Section

July 19, 2017 0

Special International Section with a Focus on Refugees Elizabeth Carll, PhD, International Editor Research on the experiences and plight of refugees in current and often dangerous circumstances is a difficult task and data are very […]

Who’s Who – Jonathan M. Cleveland, PhD

July 19, 2017 0

1) What is your current occupation? I am a licensed psychologist, working at a group practice in Southwest Ohio where I specialize in treating personality disorders and adults with developmental trauma backgrounds.  Most of my […]

Presidential Voice – Summer 2017

July 19, 2017 0

International Perspectives on Trauma By: Elizabeth Carll, PhD Prior to the last decade, we did not hear about international developments and occurrences on a daily basis in the news. In fact, watching our local TV […]

Trauma and Latina/o Immigration

May 19, 2017 0

By Sylvia A. Marotta-Walters, PhD Today’s news focuses on building walls and securing borders in order to “Make America Great Again.” This begs the question: How does walling off anything lead to building greatness? An […]

Member News – Spring 2017

May 19, 2017 0

Division 56 Member News Compiled by Ilene Serlin and Lesia M. Ruglass Judith Alpert, PhD and Elizabeth R. Goren, PhD co-edited a book entitled: Psychoanalysis, Trauma, and Community: History and Contemporary Reappraisals. It was published […]

Tyson Bailey Says Goodbye and Thank You to TPN

May 19, 2017 0

Division 56 has been my home from the moment I became an APA member. Having the opportunity to be part of one of the Division’s publications has been an exciting and humbling experience. Working with the […]

International Perspectives – Travel Assistance Stipend

May 19, 2017 0

APA Division 56 International Student Travel Assistance Stipend to 2017 APA Convention To encourage international participation, the APA Trauma Psychology Division (56) is providing a travel stipend to attend the 2017 APA Convention for international […]

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