By: Diane Elmore Borbon, PhD, MPH, Erin Hambrick, PhD, Jessica Lambert, PhD, and Christopher DeCou, PhD Trauma psychologists often have the desire but lack accessible and meaningful mechanisms to engage in policy activities. On August 1-2, […]
Division 56 Member News Compiled by Ilene Serlin and Lesia M. Ruglass Judith Alpert, PhD and Elizabeth R. Goren, PhD co-edited a book entitled: Psychoanalysis, Trauma, and Community: History and Contemporary Reappraisals. It was published […]
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 […]
1) What is your current occupation? I am a pre-doctoral psychology intern at the University of Washington: School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington. 2) Where were you educated? I completed my graduate coursework at Idaho […]
We have an opening for two positions beginning in 2017 and are looking for qualified applicants. Please see the descriptions below and send a letter of intent and CV to Bryan Reuther (email@example.com) and Tyson […]
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President-Elect Diane Castillo I am honored to be nominated for president of Division 56, Trauma Psychology. I am committed to continuing the strong leadership tradition psychologists have made in the field of trauma and would […]