We at Remember the Women Institute have been seeking for years to place the issue of sexual violence against Jewish women (and men) during the Holocaust in the narrative of Holocaust history. We believe that we have made some inroads, especially with our recent symposium in cooperation with USC Shoah Foundation.
Assessing Trauma, Abuse and Loss via Guided Imagery and Music
by Amy Clements-Cortés, Ph.D., MusM, MTA, Mt-BC, FAMI
Holocaust survivors often face many psychological and emotional issues such as fear, and intrusive thoughts and images as a result of the traumatic experiences they endured. Guided Imagery and Music is … Continue Reading ››
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 health professionals and caretakers of the now elderly victims, will be alert to the possibility that the aging former hidden children, men, … Continue Reading ››