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Monday, October 13, 2014

#70: Meaning and Disaster Mental Health with Dr. Stefan Schulenberg

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On May 17, 2014, Stefan E. Schulenberg, Ph.D., delivered this presentation at the Vienna Medical Society's historic Billrothhaus during the Second Future of Logotherapy Conference. Dr. Schulenberg discusses disaster mental health, the disaster response, and the relationship between meaning and resiliency.

Dr. Schulenberg is a clinical psychologist in the State of Mississippi and a Logotherapy Diplomate. He is Associate Professor at the University of Mississippi's Psychology Department where he serves as the Executive Director of the Clinical-Disaster Research Collaborative.

Dr. Schulenberg teaches graduate courses in cognitive and personality assessment and undergraduate courses in psychology and law, abnormal psychology, disasters and mental health, and tests and measurements. His research interests include meaning and purpose in life, positive psychology, clinical and disaster psychology, psychological assessment, serious mental illness, and adolescent psychopathology in the legal context.

Dr. Schulenberg co-organizes Out of the Darkness community walks with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and serves as a disaster mental health volunteer with the American Red Cross. He was a mental health consultant on a National Science Foundation research grant issued in response to Hurricane Katrina, and currently conducts evaluation research funded by the Mississippi Department of Mental Health relating to the effects of the Gulf Oil Spill.

The Clinical-Disaster Research Center

Out of the Darkness Walks

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