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Presenter: Terrance M. Keane, PhD, April 20, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 PM

In honor of the 125th anniversary of APA’s founding, we invite you to attend the latest in a series of talks focusing on how psychology has helped us understand our world and improved society.

American Psychological Association
Spire Conference Center
750 First Street, Washington, DC 20002 

People exposed to traumatic events – from victims of crime to those engaged in warfare, may develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Scientific advances in the psychological treatment of PTSD suggest there are now multiple treatments that work to reduce symptoms and improve the lives of individuals with PTSD. RSVP now to this FREE discussion and gain insight on:

  • What treatments work?
  • What are some barriers to accessing evidence-based psychotherapy?
  • How do we overcome those barriers?

Please join us. Registration is free, but space is limited so make sure to RSVP. Questions? Please send us an email.

About the Presenter: Terrance M. Keane, PhD, is the Director of the National Center for PTSD-Behavioral Sciences Division and Associate Chief of Staff for Research & Development at VA Boston. Dr. Keane is also Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology and Assistant Dean for Research at Boston University School of Medicine. He has published more than 300 articles, books, and chapters on PTSD. In 2015 he was the recipient of the John Blair Barnwell Award from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the highest national award for those engaged in clinical research.