Sustaining a Vibrant Trauma Psychology Community While it’s important to recognize what has been done, it is equally important to recognize that much work remains. As we go forward in doing that work, we need […]
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Sieff, D. (2014). Understanding and healing emotional trauma: Conversations with pioneering clinicians and researchers. New York: Routledge, 247 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0415720847 ISBN-10: 0415720842 Understanding and healing emotional trauma: Conversations with pioneering clinicians and researchers is […]
Compiled by Amy Ellis, PhD & Vanessa Simiola, PsyD **Correction: In the last issue of TPN we misspelled one of our member’s names. Please note that Lara Barbir, MS successfully defended her dissertation proposal titled, […]
1) What is your current occupation? Currently, I am an Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate Psychology Department at Albizu University. I am also the Co-Director of, and Statistical Design and Research Consultant for, the Trauma […]
By: Nicole R. Randall, M.A. & Matthew Golley, M.S. We are Veterans of the US Marine Corps and clinical psychology doctoral-trainees working with Veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts within Veterans Affairs (VA). Within […]
International Committee Update By: Elizabeth Carll, PhD, Chair As part of the series of interviews conducted by student members with trauma psychologists from various parts of the world, Christabel Leonce, a student member of the […]
By: Rob Chester, MA and Rebecca Temple, PhD In working with Veterans diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), we have noticed the evidence-based treatment approaches most often used, such as Prolonged Exposure (PE) and Cognitive […]