Jack Saul, PhD
Jack Saul, PhD, is the founding director of the International Trauma Studies Program (ITSP). As a psychologist and family therapist, he has created numerous programs for populations that have endured war, torture, and political violence, including the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture, the FEMA funded Post 9/11 Downtown Community Resource Center in Lower Manhattan, REFRGE: Refugee Resource Center, and Theater Arts Against Political Violence. He has written about this work in his book, Collective Trauma, Collective Healing: Promoting Community Resilience in the Aftermath of Disaster (Routledge, 2013).
Dr. Saul is the recipient of the American Family Therapy Academy Award for Distinguished Contribution to Social Justice, and the Marion Langer Award for Human Rights and Social Change of the American Association for Orthopsychiatry. He has a private practice in Manhattan and consults to humanitarian, human rights, and media organizations on staff stress management and trauma-informed care.
Financial: Jack Saul is the founding Director of the International Trauma Studies Program and the founding director of REFUGE. He maintains a private practice and has employment relations with Columbia University and the Norwegian Institute for Expressive Arts Therapies. He receives royalties as a published author. Jack Saul receives a speaking honorarium from Psychotherapy Networker and PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Jack Saul has no relevant non-financial relationships.