In this recording of a six-hour workshop originally presented live at the annual conference of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies you will be introduced to a model of identity development which conceptualizes people in terms of their multiple social locations and intersecting senses of self, rather than as a unitary identity as externally defined. I then explore the ways in which trauma can inform each of these social locations, affecting how a person relates to their various identities and how these identities respond to trauma over the lifetime.
Where to find
Brown, L. S. (2007, November). Multiple identities in context of trauma: Increasing cultural competence. Pre-Meeting Institute presented at the Annual Meeting, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Baltimore MD.