Contextualizing Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders

July 6, 2023 0

Multicultural Considerations for the Past, Present, & Future of our FieldContextualizing Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders Nicholas A. Pierorazio, Christina M. Dardis, & Bethany L. Brand Section Editor: Claire J. Starrs Dissociation is presently understood as […]

Transforming Horizontal Violence Globally

June 9, 2023 0

Ani Kalayjian & Andrew Dolinear The Association of Trauma Outreach and Prevention (ATOP) MeaningfulWorld is an international non-governmental organization affiliated with the United Nation’s Department of Global Communication. MeaningfulWorld offers mental health education programs and […]

Intergenerational and Historical Trauma

November 15, 2022 0

IN BRIEF Claire J. Starrs (Section Editor), Hannah Fraser-Purdy, & Vera Békés AN IMPORTANT FOCUS OF THE STUDY OF TRAUMA IS ITS INTERGENERATIONAL IMPACT. An increasing body of evidence indicates important mental health consequences on […]

Current Rise in Anti-Trans/LGBTQ+ Legislation

August 10, 2022 0

SPOTLIGHT Claire J. Starrs Section Editor WELCOME TO OUR NEW MULTICULTURAL & DIVERSITY SECTION SPOTLIGHT FEATURE. We hope that it can constitute a starting point for a deeper dive into important issues currently making headlines, […]

Children Living in Times of War

May 2, 2022 0

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 […]

Behind the Cover Art and the Emergence of Two Cedars

November 10, 2021 0

Leila Johnson & Roy Henry Vickers Section Editor: Claire J. Starrs The Fall 2021 cover image of Trauma Psychology News features Roy Henry Vickers’ Nisg̱a’a Mountain, artwork of a Lax̱g̱altsʼap Community member in a mountain […]

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