Thursday, November 26, 2015

Chat with Dan Gottlieb

Posttraumatic growth

Chat with Dan Gottlieb


Posttraumatic growth

When we think about the impact of trauma, we usually think about how it causes posttraumatic stress disorder or depression.
But an emerging field called “posttraumatic growth” takes a different approach. It is about changing the way we see ourselves and finding new meaning in life.

Dan will be joined by Dr. Rich Tedeschi, Prof. of Psychology at UNC Charlotte author of "Posttraumatic Growth: Positive Changes in the Aftermath of Crisis" and Carla(see post below).

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Dan Gottlieb is a psychologist and marital therapist and has been in practice nearly 40 years. His career started in community mental health and substance abuse until his accident in 1979 made him a quadriplegic.

Since that time, he has been in private practice. Since 1985, he has been hosting a radio show called "Voices in the Family" on WHYY FM, Philadelphia's NPR affiliate. He was a regular columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer from 1994 until 2008. He is also the author of four books.

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