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Blog: 100 Years of Understanding War-Related Trauma

Why after every war do “we” look for the newest, most cutting-edge treatments for war-related trauma, rather and simply going to a library?

News: APsaA Calls for Empathy Regarding Plight of Refugees

In light of increasing inflammatory rhetoric directed at refugees fleeing Syria and Iraq, the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) has released a new position statement calling for greater understanding and increased compassion.

Psychoanalytic Understanding of War Trauma - Webinars

2016/2017: Understanding War Trauma: A Six-Part Webinar Series from the American Psychoanalytic Association

 

Blog: Talking to Children About Terrorism

 
The trauma experienced from terrorist attacks will provoke a range of immediate and delayed emotional reactions in both adults and children. These may include anxiety, depression, rage, insomnia, nightmares and irritability.
 
Here are some helpful suggestions to keep in mind:

Blog: APsaA Position Statements Rendered Obsolete

 

APsaA Position Statements Rendered Obsolete

Blog: On this Veterans Day: Understanding War-Generated Psychopathology

On this Veterans Day:
Understanding War-Generated Psychopathology
 
By Norman M. Camp, MD
 

News: Understanding the Mind: Celebrating Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams

 
Understanding the Mind: 
Celebrating Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams
 

Blog: Increasing Military Cultural Competency Helps Military Personnel, Veterans & Their Families

 

Increased Military Cultural Competence Helps Military Personnel, Veterans & Their Families

Blog: #LetLanceDance - APsaA Commemorates #SpiritDay

News: Bullies, Victims and Bystanders: Understanding this Relationship is Key to Prevention

             

Bullies, Victims and Bystanders: Understanding this Relationship is Key to Prevention

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