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Recovery Is Long Road for Victims of Child Abduction

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by Christina Cabanillas, Los Angeles, and Janet Brodsky, Seattle

Editors' note: This is an excerpt from an article that presents "a family abduction case involving two minor siblings who were located in one state and were to be reunified with their left-behind parent in another state after several years of separation. Coordination of services and careful advanced planning by professionals in two different states, all with a common goal of supporting the children's well-being, enabled this reunification to unfold with minimal stress added to the children." For the complete case study, click here and enter your passcodes.

Book Review: War-Torn Lands Speak Brutal Truth

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by ISTSS

Sharing the Front Line and the Back Hills: International Protectors and Providers: Peacekeepers, Humanitarian Aid Workers and the Media in the Midst of Crisis by Yael Danieli, New York: Baywood Publishing, 2001, 429 pages. Hardcover $59.00. Reviewed by Frank Ochberg.

Rick Koepke Named ISTSS Executive Director; Schultz Steps Down after Eight Years of Service

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by ISTSS

Greg Schultz, executive director of ISTSS since 1994, and vice president and partner of the Sherwood Group, management company for ISTSS, has shifted his focus to concentrate on Sherwood's overall operations, including technology, marketing and strategy for the firm and its clients.

Media Matters

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by Terry Clark, Contributing Editor, Media

University Journalism Programs Focus on Training Media to Deal with Traumatic Events

Prisoners of War Take Center Stage in Books and Films

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by Brian Engdahl, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Hundreds of thousands of people have been taken captive in the course of modern wars. Global conflicts continue to place individuals in harm's way and subject many of them to captivity experiences.

Past President's Column

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by Yael Danieli

Presidency a Labor of Love

ISTSS Honors Pynoos for Lifetime Achievement; Bryant, Holman, Munroe Also Win Awards at Meeting

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by ISTSS

ISTSS presented its highest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award, to Robert S. Pynoos for significant contributions to understanding the impact of children's exposure to violence, and to elevating the standards of mental health care for child victims and witnesses. ISTSS awards were presented at the 17th annual meeting's Friendship and Recognition Dinner.

President's Message

Posted 1 January 2002 in StressPoints by John Briere

America's Wake-up Call:
ISTSS Responds to September 11
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