Our Division works to disseminate knowledge pertaining to trauma psychology across a variety of domains, a majority of which allow our members to add their voice to the conversation. Please help us continue the necessary, and often difficult, conversation about the effects of psychological trauma at the individual and societal level. If you are interested in becoming more involved with or submitting to any of these publications, do not hesitate to contact the editors or committee chairs to learn about available opportunities. 


Recent News:

Dr. Phillip Held, Division 56 Member, just published the article "Characteristics of Veterans and Military Service Members Who Endorse Causing Harm, Injury, or Death to Others in the Military" in the Division 56 Journal Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. His article is available via Open Access at http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tra0000294
Dr. Held, thank you for being a Division 56 Member and for your important trauma psychology research.