Anait Azarian, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of Human Development, Center for the Study of Human Development, Brown University
Licensed Clinical Psychologist,
Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress
Clincal Psychologist, Outpatient Dept., Bradley Hospital
Campus Mail: Box 1938
Areas of Expertise:
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Psychological treatment of the young victims of traumatic events
Art therapy & Aromatherapy
Man-made and natural disasters and the process of traumatization in children
Other Areas of Interest:
Psychological problems of adopted children
Adjustment and problems in immigrants and refugees
Early childhood trauma and memory or so-called "childhood amnesia" and "repressed memories."
Azarian, A., & Skriptchenko-Gregorian, V. (2001) Psychological observations among the victims of the WTC attack in NYC. Trauma Response, 8(1) in press.
Azarian, A., & Skriptchenko-Gregorian, V. (1999) Trauma Accomodation and Anniversary Reactions in children, Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 29(4), 355-368
Azarian, A., & Skriptchenko-Gregorian, V. (1998). Children in natural disasters. Trauma Response, 4(2): 20-23.
Azarian, A., Lipsitt, L., & Skriptchenko-Gregorian, V. (1998). Toddlers remember disaster trauma. In Trauma and Memory. London: Sage.
Azarian, A., Skriptchenko-Gregorian, V. & Palumbo, A. (1997). Anniversary reactions in 5-year-old boy. Psychoanalytic Study of Child, 52, 214-226.
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