APF 2016 Trauma Psychology Grant
$4,000 Grant to Support Innovative Trauma Work
New Trauma Resources!
Assessment and Treatment of Torture Survivors: Resilience-Centered Healing
Presented by Adeyinka M. Akinsulure-Smith, Katherine Porterfield, and Hawthorne E. Smith with Charles Figley as the discussant.
Friday, December 9th, 2016 12:30PM EST
Contextual Therapy for Complex Traumatization: Beyond Symptom Reduction
Presented by Steve Gold
Friday, November 18, 12PM EST
Narrative Exposure Therapy
Presented by Frank Neuner
Friday, October 28, 11AM EST
New Content: September Webinar
Speaking the Unspeakable: Identification and Treatment of Childhood Trauma
Presented by Alicia F. Lieberman
New Syllabi Available!
New syllabi for both graduate and undergradte trauma-related courses have been added in the Teaching & Training section.
Diane Elmore, ISTSS President!
Congratulations to Diane Elmore, who was recently elected president of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS). Diane has been actively involved in Division 56 leadership since our inception and is a leading professional in the field of Trauma Psychology.
Complex PTSD: Treatment and Updates from ICD
Presented by Marylene Cloitre
Friday, July 29, 12PM EST
Detection and Management of PTSD in Primary Care Settings
Presented by Annabel Prins and Kyle Possemato
Friday, June 24, 12PM EST
Register at: http://bit.ly/1XWdXh3
This webinar is free and open to the public. 1 CE credit is available for a nominal fee.
April and May Webinars
We continue to have incredible success with our webinar series. Please join us for our next two presentations!
Integrating Cultural Competence into Trauma Treatment
Presented by Laura Brown
Friday, April 29, 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
Register at: http://bit.ly/1ViNOcD
Cognitive Processing Therapy: What is Next
Presented by Patricia A. Resick
Friday, May 6, 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
Register at: http://bit.ly/1NBhERg
Trauma Psychology News is Online
The Trauma Psychology News is now online! The Division is excited to have one of its publications in a fully online format, from which you can print and share individual articles.
Exciting Upcoming Webinar
Division 56 will be hosting a special webinar this Friday, April 8th from 12 to 1 EST. The Pulitzer-Prize winner, Walter Robinson, has graciously agreed to speak with us about The Boston Globe Spotlight's investigation of child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. Register Here
Mental Health App Review Database
Divisions 56 and 46 cosponsored the construction of a database that includes expert reviews of 40 apps for iOS and Android devices. The results can help guide clinical practice and provide potential research opportunities.
Dean Kilpatrick will be presenting a webinar titled "Lessons Learned in the Field of Trauma Psychology and Ways Forward", which will happen on 1/29/16 at 12pm EST. Please join us for this exciting learning opportunity! Register today.
Welcome our New Executive Committee Members
Division 56 is excited to welcome our new EC members for 2016. Please join us in welcoming them to their new roles and do not hesitate to contact them if you have any ideas on how the Division can better serve its members.
Black Lives Matter Movement Webinar
In a continuation of our suite programming at convention this year, Division 56 hosted a webinar on the Black Lives Matter movement. The recording is now live on our youtube channel, which can be accessed through our webinar page.
Mobile App Review is Now Live
Divisions 56 and 46 have teamed up to evaluate mental health related apps for iOS and Android phones. Make sure you check out the results for this join effort! The document can be found in our therapy and practice resource section.
Welcome to the New Website!
The Division 56 website has recently been updated to make it easier to find the content that is specific to your needs. The content has been broken into the following domains:
- Theory & Practice
Within each domain, you will find the relevant committees that are doing work in these areas, as well as important resources sections that include the work our Presidential Task Forces have completed, as well as other information relevant to the research, practice, and teaching of trauma. If you are aware of any resources not included in the various sections, please submit them to the website editor, Tyson Bailey, for consideration. We have also retained a number of features within the old website, including our archived convention material, webinar series, and the Division newsletter.
Please check back to the site frequently, as we will continue to add new content over the coming months. Each time an update is made, we will send out notices on social media, so like or follow us to ensure you do not miss any of the exciting changes or chances to participate in the conversation!