04/17/2017 by Ruth Pat-Horenczyk, PhD & Sophie Brickman, BA
What are the new insights on resilience of children and families living under continual threat?
Resilience has been coined as “ordinary magic” (Masten, 2001), but the age-old question remains as to why some people bounce back in the face of trauma, while others experience debilitating distress.
04/12/2017 by Laura Meyers, PhD, ABPP
The DBTPE Journeys program is a novel 12-week intensive outpatient program that combines Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Prolonged Exposure (PE), and community integration outings to treat co-morbid PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder.
04/12/2017 by Ervin Gul & Nuray Karanci
Experiencing traumatic life events, such as natural disasters, accidents, life-threatening illnesses, torture, sexual and/or physical violence, unexpected death of loved ones, terrorist attacks, and many more, are unfortunately quite prevalent in the lifetime of adults.