Issue 2, Winter 2012

  • Music Therapy

    Music Therapy To Sever the Silence of a Childhood Holocaust Survivor By Amy Clements-Cortes Ph.D, MusM, MTA   Introducing Manya Manya was a 72-year-old female widow, with one son, Peter, married to Belinda. Manya ...

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  • Early Trauma and Resilience

    Theory Through the Eyes of Child Survivors of the Holocaust By Svetlana Shklarov MD, Ph.D, RSW Somehow, we children who were meant to die, have lived. We have survived even our survival. ...

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  • What’s in a Name?

    Eight Variations on a Theme By Natan PF Kellermann Ph.D  [DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this article are strictly the personal views of the author and do not reflect the ...

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  • Soviet Jewish Child Survivors

    Identity and Resilience After Long Silence By Svetlana Shklarov MD, Ph.D, RSW Russian Jews have learned to overcome their fear, know how to make their silence heard as a means of action; ...

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  • An Alliance for the Mental Health of Holocaust Survivors

    Towards the Integration of Mental Health Services and Social Programs for Holocaust Survivors in New York City By Gary J. Kennedy MD Alessandra Scalmati MD, Ph.D Debra Greenberg MSW, Ph.D Introduction Novel social support programs developed ...

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  • Holocaust Survivors of Sexual Abuse

    Aging Child Holocaust Survivors of Sexual Abuse By Carla Lessing LCSW Presented at the Selfhelp Conference in New York on March 29, 2011. The goal of this presentation is that we, the mental ...

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Honoring Aging Survivors