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Online Presentation for the NYC Elder Abuse Center at Weill/Cornell on Friday September 17

Presentation Date: 09/17/21
Location: Zoom

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Trauma-informed perspective recognizes that traumatic events and traumatic circumstances exist also in the lives of healthcare providers, and that recognizing it and addressing it is critical for the provision of… READ MORE>>

Asking for Your Help in Participating in a Study About Vibrant Older Adults

As part of my work co-leading the Working Group on Older Adults and Caregivers of the American Psychological Association Interdivision COVID-19 Task Force, I have helped to create and am participating in a research study on the experiences of older adults during and following the coronavirus pandemic. The purposes of the study, and why I believe it is necessary and… READ MORE>>

My Recent Publication About the Experiences of 2G During the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the Importance of 2G Forums During Stressful Times

I am very pleased to share tne news that my paper describing the reactions of Second Generation (2G) to the COVID-19 pandemic, and to the socio-political events that took place in the USA during the same time, was recently published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, Social Innovations,  Vol 91(2), 2021, 171-180. The electronic citation to the paper is https://psycnet.apa.org/doi/10.1037/ort0000535…. READ MORE>>

Presentations by the Interdisciplinary Covid-19 Task Force of the American Psychological Association

The American Psychological Association (APA) Interdisciplinary Covid-19 Task Force was created in March 2020 to address the needs of various vulnerable populations. I have been serving as the Chair of the Working Group on Older Adults and Caregivers, along with my Co-Chair, Dr. Jenni Frumer. A video was recently made of presentations by the Chairs of  the various Working Groups,… READ MORE>>

Reminder: COVID, Trauma and Building Resilience a Year Later (presentation on March 11)

On March 11, I will be speaking to the professional community of The East Side Council of the Aging (ESCOTA), a voluntary not-for-profit interagency interdisciplinary organization for professionals in the field of aging. ESCOTA brings together skilled practitioners from the public and private sectors. Among them are representatives of community, health, religious, and social service organizations, as well as other… READ MORE>>

COVID, Trauma and Building Resilience a Year Later

Presentation Date: 03/11/21
Location: Zoom

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On March 11, I will be speaking to the professional community of The East Side Council of the Aging (ESCOTA), a voluntary not-for-profit interagency interdisciplinary organization for professionals in the… READ MORE>>

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