Children Living in Times of War

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Claire J Starrs & Rachel J Grohbrugge WHEN ADULTS FIGHT, CHILDREN SUFFER. This is never more true than during armed conflict. Of the approximate 43 million Ukrainian population, 8.75 million are aged between 0-19 years […]

Refugee Mental Health Resource Network

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Elizabeth Carll Section Editor; Founder & Chair, Refugee Mental Health Resource Network THERE IS AN ONGOING NEED for mental health experts to work with refugees, immigrants, and internally displaced peoples (IDPs) which appears to be […]

Who’s Who

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Ayli Carrero Pinedo, PhD What led you to this Field and career path? When I was an undergraduate student, I worked as a Spanish-English hospital interpreter at a rural Nebraska hospital. I witnessed the barriers […]

Trauma and Health: The Human Condition

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Anna Kharaz & Emily Lapolice WHEN WE EXPLORE ANY INQUIRY INTO OUR UNDERSTANDING OF TRAUMA—in the fields of medicine and mental health, as well as public policy and advocacy, we are talking about the human […]

Editor’s Note – Spring 2022

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Dear TPN friends, THE EDITORIAL TEAM & I WISH YOU A KIND WELCOME to the Trauma Psychology News Spring 2022 issue. As the two-year mark of the ongoing pandemic passes, we now face a confluence […]

President’s Column Spring 2022

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President’s Column Lisa M. Rocchio, PhD Dear Division 56 members, Let me start by saying that It is a privilege to have been a member of this division since its inception, and I am honored […]

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