Three Problems with Dissociation

May 6, 2019 0

Bryan T. Reuther, PsyD In the minds of clinicians and researchers, the term ‘dissociation’ conjures up a variety of intriguing and controversial phenomena; it should therefore come as no surprise that some have complained that […]

Division 56 Fellows Committee

May 6, 2019 0

Priscilla Dass-Brailsford Hi All – It is an honor to Chair this important Fellows committee that has been Chaired by Laurie Pearlman for many years. Laurie, thanks for your service and helping so many of us […]

Who’s Who: Bryann DeBeer

May 6, 2019 0

1) What is your current occupation?  I am a clinical research psychologist at the Veterans Affairs (VA) VISN 17 Center of Excellence for Research on Returning War Veterans. My research focuses on the intersection between […]

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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