Tuesday, August 29, 2006

More insight into the emotional toll of Katrina

Is there a right way or wrong way to commemorate devastation?

Our blogging friend, Dr. Deborah Serani, is quoted in Psychology Today, in an article that examines the emotional aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Serani, a psychologist and member of the New York Disaster Counseling Coalition, tells how such observations may lead to "trauma reactions." Click here to read the story.

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Dr. Deborah Serani said...

Thanks for the shout out!
Ther is not right or wrong way to move through pain and remeberance. So glad you are helping to get that message out, my friend.


Ian Lidster said...

Thank you so much for running this, and thanks to Dr. Deb for her, as always, superlative insights. It has been such a treat getting to know you both in this blogging world.

Cheers always,

Rose said...

Dr. Deb has again enlightened us with valuable information. Thanks for pointing that out.

Deb S. said...

Dr. Deb: What you have to say is very valid. I am happy to help spread the word.

Ian: Dr. Deb is special to so many of us. And she's smart as heck! You and I have mutual admiration of her. But let's not forget you, my friend. You are a treat, too!

Rose: As always, thanks for stopping by.