by Ryan Matlow, Ph.D., ’13 When I was member of the Traumatic Stress Studies Group and a clinical psychology graduate student within the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience specialization, I had the special opportunity to learn the foundational science that informs our understanding of children’s reactions to stress, adversity, and trauma exposure. In particular, I developed a knowledgeContinue reading “Tracing a Path from the TSS Group to Interdisciplinary Advocacy”
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New Op-Ed: Immigration-Related Fears and Domestic Violence
What might immigration-related fears have to do with domestic violence? Check out a new op-ed from our Traumatic Stress Studies team and Emily Tofte Nestaval (Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center).