Presidential Voice – Spring 2019

May 6, 2019 0

Sylvia Marotta-Walters, Ph.D. The news every day seems to provide a panoply of potentially traumatic experiences (PTE) affecting our families, our political systems, and our global society. At the time of this writing, families are […]

Editor’s Note – Spring 2019

May 6, 2019 0

Greetings, Welcome to an expanded spring issue of Trauma Psychology News.  The earlier portion of the current issue is devoted to a special section on the topic of dissociation.  We are fortunate to have Dr. […]

Guest Editor’s Note – Spring 2019

May 6, 2019 0

Tyson D. Bailey, PsyD, ABPP During my internship year, I sat in group supervision listening to the story of a person who had experienced horrific abuse coming to understand the effects of these repeated experiences […]

Worlds Apart: Dissociation and Traumatic Temporality

May 6, 2019 0

Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D. Coined by Pierre Janet in his investigations of hysteria, the term dissociation has taken on a variety of not-always-compatible meanings and usages in contemporary psychoanalytic theory and practice. Donnel Stern (1997), for […]

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