Interview: Collective Moral Trauma. Jack Saul (USA)

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unnamedThis first interview with Jack Saul discusses the history and relational ideas at the centre of his renowned work with collective moral trauma in many international settings. Jack Saul’s interview investigates his new therapy and art installation project in NYC on collective moral trauma involving war journalists and photographers, returning military, humanitarian workers and communities.


Jack Saul


Jack is the founding director of the International Trauma Studies Program at Columbia University and the refugee resource center REFUGE. He is a psychologist and family therapist and works with survivors of terrorist attacks, wars, torture, and natural disaster. He has studied the effects of collective moral trauma on relationships, families, war journalists and photographers, returning…


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