Donna Lazarick, Ph.D.
Donna L. Lazarick, Ph.D.
|Personal Statement||My passion is seeking new, more efficient ways to heal psychological trauma. For 25 years, I have worked with trauma survivors, ages 4 to 70. My current position at the Roudebush VAMC focuses on developing treatment for the OEF/OIF veterans. In development are mind focusing sessions, DBT informed group therapy for women, CPT groups and a joint group with the chaplain service.|
|Education||Undergraduate: Penn State University
Graduate School: University of Notre Dame
Internship: University of Cincinnati
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: Clinical supervision and teaching psychopathology and treatments for trauma.
Clinical: Developing program for male and female veterans that meet their specific post deployment needs.
Research: Archival studies of predispositions for PTSD, efficacy of EMDR for combat veterans, and comparative research regarding treatment effects of evidenced based treatments for trauma.
|Recent Publications||Lazarick, D.L., Fishbein, S.S., Loiella, M. & Howard, G.S. (1988) Practical investigations of volition. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 35, 15-26
Cole, D.A., Lazarick, D.L. & Howard G.S. (1987) Construct validity and the relation between depression and social skill. Journal of Counseling