Tragedy, Resilience, PTSD: Healing After an Abduction?

Our 2015 graduate, Dr. Ted Green, now in Wisconsin at Gundersen Health System, commented on the situation of Jayme Closs who recently escaped after being held by a kidnapper for 88 days. We appreciate that psychology has something to offer in even the most unspeakable crimes and events, and we appreciate Ted’s words here.



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NCSPP Students of Color Council

At the 2019 annual conference of the National Council of School and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP), an organization that brings together psych educators from

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