As therapists we cannot deny that our work, our clients, and ourselves are directly impacted by the context in which we live. The work we practice daily in our offices is affected by the political systems around us–systems that often have been oppressive to the most vulnerable in our communities. Bessel van der Kolk poignantly and elegantly addresses the truth of the relationship between politics and PTSD, and his remarks from the PN networker conference are essential reading for any therapist practicing today.
The Politics of Mental Health
Amy Zajakowski Uhll, LCPCAmy Zajakowski Uhll is the founder and director of the Chicago Center for Integration and Healing. For more than 30 years, Amy has been committed to exploring the harm caused by traumatic experiences.… Read More