My Daughter was Murdered

July 6, 2023 0

By: Deborah A. Stiles There are no words. I am a white woman who is a professor and psychologist; I suffered a traumatic loss in 2022 when my 34-year-old African American foster daughter was murdered. […]

Endurance, Resilience, and Creativity

June 9, 2023 0

Transforming crises into fresh beginnings Naji Abi-Hashem PhD, MDiv, MA, DAAETS Feature – Spring 2023 Ancient wisdom has conveyed that life is meant not only to be endured but to also be enjoyed, virtually as […]

Trauma and Health: The Human Condition

May 2, 2022 0

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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