Publications

Building an Effective Medico-Leal Intervention Model in Post-Earthquake Haiti: D. Reicherter, V. Carrion, A. Aylward.  Revista de AEPNYA. October 2012.

Song, S. & Livingston, J. (March, 2015) Predictors of mental health and functioning: the role of time, cumulative torture, and cultural resources. Poster session presented at the NCTTP 7th Annual Research Symposium, Washington, D.C..

Psychological Landscape for Refugee Populations, Facing Mental Illness in America: Nazzal, K., Forghany, M., Geevarughese, C., Mahmoodi, V., Wong, J. Publication Pending.

Reconciliation in Cambodia: D. Reicherter, G. Gray. Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of TortureVolume 22, nr. 1, 2012

Ma, V., Reed, II, D. E., Muller, H., Patel, S., Wickham, R., & Kohli, S. (November, 2015). Optimizing care for refugees: An examination of coping before and after migration. Poster session presented at the meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Reed, II, D. E., Livingston, J., Reubsamen, M., & Elterab, F. (2015). Immigrant Youth and Navigating Unique Systems that Interact with Treatment. In D. Reicherter & S. Patel (Eds.), Psychotherapy for Immigrant Youth. New York: Springer. Manuscript under review.

Reed, II, D. E., Bagheri, T., Wickham, R., Husic, A., & Patel, S. (November, 2015). Optimal care following forced migration: A comparison of psychosocial services to foster adaptive life functioning among refugees. Poster session presented at the meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Song, S. J., Kaplan, C., Tol, W. A., Subica, A., & de Jong, J. (2015). Psychological distress in torture survivors: pre-and post-migration risk factors in a US sample. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology,50(4), 549-560.