Professor Emerita and Alum Publish Article

Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky headshotGargi Roysircar, Professor Emerita AUNE Clinical Psychology Program, Ashland Thompson, AUNE ’19 PsyD, and Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Kurt Geisinger, Meierhenry Distinguished University Professor and Director, Buros Center for Testing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln have published an article in the American Psychologist on their mental health service and research in Haiti. The reference to the article is below. You can view the article here.

Roysircar, G., Thompson, A., & Geisinger, K. (2019). Trauma coping of mothers and children among the poor in Haiti: Mixed methods study of community-level research. American Psychologist, 74(9), 1189-1206. doi: 10.1037/amp0000542

Roysircar’s profile also appeared in the American Psychologist as the recipient of the APA 2019 International Humanitarian Award. The reference to the article below. You can view the article here.

APA 2019 International Humanitarian Award. Gargi Roysircar, American Psychologist, 74 (9),
1186-1189. doi: 10.1037/amp 0000570

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