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  • Home | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    Shaun Tan The artist and Academy Award winning filmmaker discusses the role of storytelling empathy and traumatic memories in his work Read Here A Historian Reflects on Epigenetics Stanford Professor Laura Stokes on the connections between fifteenth century city states modern mentalities and collective trauma Read Here Previous Slide Next Slide Carousel End News and Announcements Home Full Conference Program Now Available May 11 2015 A full program for Soul Wounds Trauma and Healing across Generations Stanford 4 6 June is now available on the conference page of our website We will be updating the program as necessary but please check back here for the latest version in the weeks leading up to the conference Registration is free and open to the public and can also be found on the conference page Resources on Trauma Centers and Experts February 6 2015 Mojgan Rahbari Jawoko a member of the Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing has compiled a list of centers and experts currently working on trauma related issues in California and across the United States This excellent resource can be found under the People section of the website and will be updated regularly with more information Trauma and Healing in the News To stay up to date on the latest news research and stories relating to the study of trauma and healing please follow us on Facebook and Twitter via the links found on the left hand side of this page The New Republic on the Science of Suffering November 20 2014 The New Republic recently featured an article by Judith Shulevitz on epigenetics and the intergenerational transmission of trauma focusing in particular on the Cambodian refugee community in Lowell Massachusetts and the work of psychologist Rachel Yehuda Shulevitz in particular highlighted the connection between biology family and culture in her words There is biological PTSD and familial PTSD and cultural PTSD Each wreaks damage in its own way Read the article Therapy may heal DNA damage caused by trauma October 29 2014 A study published on October 27th in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics demonstrated that psychotherapy may heal DNA damage caused by traumatic stress Previous research has revealed how traumatic stress may damage DNA and DNA repair mechanisms leading to an increased risk for numerous diseases including cancer and heart disease The authors of the study assessed DNA breakage in cells from individuals with post traumatic stress disorder PTSD and measured the cellular capacity to repair DNA breaks after exposure to radiation They further investigated the effect of psychotherapy on both DNA breakage and DNA repair The study concluded that psychotherapy worked not only to reverse the symptoms of PTSD but also to heal DNA damage caused by traumatic stress This work provides significant new evidence on the impact of trauma on the body and provides insights into new strategies for helping those suffering from the effects of trauma Read the study NPR s Diane Rehm on treating PTSD with Psilocybin and MDMA October 3 2014 NPR s The

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  • Soul Wounds Conference | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    bodies minds and communities in order to propose new possibilities for healing Learn More Upcoming Events Soul Wounds Trauma and Healing across Generations June 4 2015 All day Stanford University Dr Michael Skinner Ancestral Ghosts in your Genome Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance June 4 2015 6 00pm Levinthal Hall Stanford Humanities The Work of Memory and the Wounds of History with Angelika Bammer June 5 2015 1 00pm Levinthal Hall Stanford Humanities Tweets by SoulWounds2015 Connect Facebook Twitter Soul Wounds Conference Image The Field by Katherine Sherwood A full conference program can be viewed and downloaded here Conference registration is available via Google Forms The conference code of conduct can be viewed here The conference will feature Including hundreds of ways to say how are you Greeshma Somashekar Performance Poet Aspiring Physician Writer Funeral Eric Eich a k a Silk Worm Drag Performer Filmmaker Photographer www ericeich com My Body is My Country Coke Tani Dancer Writer Facilitator www coketani com Not Knowin My Place Toni Renee Battle a k a Spirit Walker Spoken Word Artist Storyteller Ungrateful Daughter One Black Girl s Story of Being Adopted into a White Family that aren t Celebrities Lisa Marie Rollins Poet Playwright Solo

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  • Mind, Body, and Culture: Collective Trauma and Healing | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    By bringing together scholars from the humanities and sciences we work to provide crucial insights into the effects of trauma on bodies minds and communities in order to propose new possibilities for healing Learn More Upcoming Events Soul Wounds Trauma and Healing across Generations June 4 2015 All day Stanford University Dr Michael Skinner Ancestral Ghosts in your Genome Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance June 4 2015 6 00pm Levinthal Hall Stanford

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  • Trauma and Healing Weekly Newsletter | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    of trauma on bodies minds and communities in order to propose new possibilities for healing Learn More Upcoming Events Soul Wounds Trauma and Healing across Generations June 4 2015 All day Stanford University Dr Michael Skinner Ancestral Ghosts in your Genome Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance June 4 2015 6 00pm Levinthal Hall Stanford Humanities The Work of Memory and the Wounds of History with Angelika Bammer June 5 2015 1 00pm

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  • Reading List | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    Inheritance June 4 2015 6 00pm Levinthal Hall Stanford Humanities The Work of Memory and the Wounds of History with Angelika Bammer June 5 2015 1 00pm Levinthal Hall Stanford Humanities Tweets by SoulWounds2015 Connect Facebook Twitter Reading List Recommended introductions to the study of intergenerational trauma and healing Yael Danieli introduction to International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma ed Yael Danieli New York Plenum Press 1998 1 17 Carol A Kidron Surviving a Distant Past A Case Study of the Cultural Construction of Trauma and Descendant Identity Ethos 31 no 4 Dec 2003 513 544 Access via JSTOR Irit Felsen Transgenerational Transmission of Effects of the Holocaust The North American Research Perspective in International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma ed Yael Danieli New York Plenum Press 1998 43 68 Excerpts via Google Books Julia Chaitin Bridging the Impossible Confronting Barriers to Dialogue between Israelis and Germans and Israelis and Palestinians International Journal of Peace Studies 13 no 2 Autumn Winter 2008 33 58 PDF Katharine G Baker and Julia B Gippenreiter Stalin s Purge and Its Impact on Russian Families A Pilot Study in International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma ed Yael Danieli New York Plenum

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  • People | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    multigenerational legacies of trauma By bringing together scholars from the humanities and sciences we work to provide crucial insights into the effects of trauma on bodies minds and communities in order to propose new possibilities for healing Learn More Upcoming Events Soul Wounds Trauma and Healing across Generations June 4 2015 All day Stanford University Dr Michael Skinner Ancestral Ghosts in your Genome Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance June 4 2015 6

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  • Research Group | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    grew out of a project on the multigenerational legacies of trauma and pragmatic questions about the efficacy of humanitarian intervention She leads the group as it seeks new directions for humanitarian aid and development that take into account the dynamics of collective and intergenerational trauma and work to strengthen local and internal mechanisms of collective healing Email lpstokes stanford edu Mackenzie Cooley Graduate Student Coordinator Mackenzie Cooley is a doctoral student in the History department and a PhD minor in Feminist Gender and Sexuality Studies at Stanford University She concentrates on the history of culture and science in Renaissance Italy Spain and the Spanish American colonies Mackenzie is pursuing research in several areas including definitions of personhood the history of breeding and its relationship to race and natural history As her research is concerned with changing ideas of the effects of nature versus nurture in the early modern period questions of inheritance and the physical ramifications of institutional practices are particularly relevant With a deep interest in historical theory she is eager to work with this research group to learn more about how physical and social realities of intergenerational relationships affect our understanding of history s shape Email macooley stanford edu Lindsey Martin Graduate Student Coordinator Lindsey Martin is a PhD Candidate in History at Stanford Her dissertation Policing and the Creation of an Early Modern City Moscow under Catherine the Great 1762 1796 focuses on how rulers and officials attempted to radically transform the physical social and imagined space of Moscow through the process of policing the city As a member of the research group she is interested in the politics of memory and how societies do or do not tell stories about the past particularly in Russia and the former Soviet Union She also hopes the work of the group will encourage more historians to actively engage in public discussions particularly those that touch upon how traumatic events of the past continue to resonate in the present Email lmartin2 stanford edu Thao Nguyen Thao P Nguyen www ThaoSolo com is a solo performer playwright and comic storyteller Her creative work often reframes experiences of oppression in terms of a trauma that is both systemic and based in day to day interactions The characters in her stories reveal how structural inequality makes life absurd ridiculous painful and utterly hilarious She is a doctoral student in the Theater and Performance Studies department at Stanford University conducting research on the ways that Queer and Trans People of Color respond to oppression with aesthetic and quotidian performances Prior to coming to Stanford Thao worked for six years with victims of sexual trauma at the rape crisis center in San Mateo County and received an MPH from UC Berkeley after completing her thesis VietStory War Trauma Mental Health and Storytelling in Vietnamese America Email thaon stanford edu Mojgan Rahbari Jawoko Mojgan Rahbari Jawoko PhD is a specialist in social public policy and administration Her primary expertise is in immigration policy and she has

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  • Trauma Experts and Centers | Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
    and community based programs focusing on American Indian providers military family providers distance learning technologies Train the Trainer Learning Collaboratives to increase CPP capacity in training and supervision and national Learning Collaboratives with tracks for Spanish speaking providers Additionally ETTN will create educational and training materials for parents childcare providers and service providers for military families and will collaborate with the NCCTS and with NCTSN Centers in cross site evaluation training and dissemination Over the course of the grant ETTN will provide training related to early childhood trauma to 40 000 service providers and CPP training to a minimum of 480 mental health practitioners Contact Alicia Lieberman Phone 415 206 5979 Email Alicia lieberman ucsf edu The Chadwick Trauma Informed Systems Dissemination and Implementation Project Rady Children s Hospital San Diego Funding Period 2012 2016 2010 2013 2005 2009 2002 2005 The Chadwick Trauma Informed Systems Dissemination and Implementation Project CTISP DI will be created by the Chadwick Center for Children and Families and the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center CASRC to meet the needs of child abuse victims served by Child Protective Services and Child Welfare CW services across the nation The center in cooperation with the NCCTS other select US Treatment and Services Adaptation TSA Centers and Community Treatment and Services CTS Centers NCTSN committees and CW and mental health organizations providing trauma treatment nationwide will lead the transformation of public CW agencies into trauma informed systems CTISP DI will translate the Trauma Informed Child Welfare Conceptual Framework developed by CTISP into a systems level intervention with multiple components including training consultation and ongoing support using the Trauma Informed Child Welfare Practice Toolkit and the revised version of the Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit also developed as part of CTISP among other tools The CTISP DI Trauma Informed Child Welfare System Intervention will be disseminated to at least six CW systems in the United States to help them become supercommunities that fully implement the intervention at a true performance level These evolved trauma informed CW systems will then reach thousands of children and families and will serve as exemplars for their states and the nation while helping to lead the movement to true trauma informed practice The CTISP DI will help to change the wider community CW system into a multidimensional evidence based trauma informed system that is better able to meet the unique needs of children and families involved in the CW system Contact Charles Wilson Phone 858 966 5814 Email cwilson rchsd org Web http www chadwickcenter org Parent Child Interaction Therapy Training Center University of California Davis Funding Period 2009 2012 The UC Davis PCIT Training Center project will further the dissemination of Parent Child Interaction Therapy PCIT by developing and testing a web course PCITWeb designed to inform professionals who may want to acquire and or enhance PCIT skill involvement The center will also develop a Learning Collaborative that focuses on the use of PCIT with young traumatized children and their families and

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