Lessons Learned From Ground Zero

November 10, 2021 0

TRAUMA PSYCHOLOGISTS CAN PREPARE THEMSELVES AND CLIENTS FOR FUTURE DISASTERS A Personal Account James Halpern EVERYONE HAS A 9/11 STORY, where they were, who they knew, what they thought. On September 11, 2021, I led […]

President’s Column – Fall 2021

November 10, 2021 0

Tyson Bailey, PsyD, ABPP AS 2021 BEGINS TO WIND DOWN, I have been focusing on recognizing gratitude as much as possible. Fall and winter are frequently a time of significant difficulties for those who share […]

Who’s Who: Charles R. Figley, PhD

August 22, 2021 0

Introductory note “I am honored by this Division 56 spotlight on my career. Trauma Psychology is my home APA division. The Division-inspired Interdivisional Task Force on the Pandemic is now hitting it’s stride, co-sponsored by […]

Complex Trauma, Complex PTSD, and Resiliency

August 22, 2021 0

Fabiana Franco TRAUMAS DEVELOPED AND TRANSMITTED in the family have particularly profound effects when they involve a dependent infant or child (Isobel et al., 2019). Understanding the pathways between childhood trauma and negative mental health […]

President’s Column – Summer 2021

August 22, 2021 0

Tyson Bailey, PsyD, ABPP REFLECTIONS ON LOSS Reflecting on the past year brings up a conversation I have with my clients regularly, one that focuses on how terrible our culture is with grief and loss. […]

Veteran Health & Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

June 14, 2021 0

Emre Umucu, Section Editor CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (Harcourt et al., 2020). Since its first reported case in December 2019, the pandemic has had detrimental […]

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