Enhancing Evidence-Based Interventions for Refugees

July 19, 2017 0

By: Sara L. Buckingham, MA and Melissa Paiva-Salisbury, MA Numerous refugees from diverse nations have resettled in Vermont. New England Survivors of Torture and Trauma (NESTT) provides comprehensive mental health, social work, and legal services […]

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 […]

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