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Episode 180 - Dr. Howard Lipke: HEArt for Veterans: Identifying the Hidden Emotion
Interviewer: Nancy Smyth, PhD, LCSW
Monday, November 23, 2015, 9:43:15 AM
In this episode, Dr. Howard Lipke describes what he calls the Hidden Emotion Articulation (HEArt) Program, a contrast to traditional anger management programs. This approach, developed especially for the unique needs of veterans, helps clients identify the hidden emotion that lies beneath their feelings. Dr. Lipke contends that identifying the hidden emotion can help vets understand and prepare for sensitive situations in which they may be triggered into anger (and, for many vets, rage).
Howard Lipke, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who has been providing psychotherapeutic services to combat veterans for over 35 years, and for much of that time also teaching and training fellow mental health professionals. He is a former director of the residential PTSD treatment program and the outpatient PTSD program at what is now the Lovell Federal Health Care Center. He is the author of the psychology books Don't I Have the Right to Be Angry? and EMDR and Psychotherapy Integration. He co-authored a chapter in Moore and Penk's Treating PTSD in Military Personnel and wrote articles in a number of science/professional psychology journals. He is the co-editor of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies newsletter (StressPoints) column Trauma and World Literature and is on the editorial board of The Journal of EMDR Practice and Research. Dr. Lipke has presented and taught internationally, including invited addresses at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention and Association for the Study of Mental Imagery Annual Conference. Presentations also include preparation of therapists to help survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing, the 9/11 World Trade Center attack, and the ongoing crisis in Bangladesh. Dr. Lipke is on the clinical faculty at the Rosalind Franklin University of Health Science. Since retiring from the VA he continues to write and consult, as well as provide some direct service to veterans and training to their psychotherapists. Papers for psychotherapists and the general public on combat veterans and their families, EMDR, and psychotherapy in general, including clinically useful materials, are available at his web site, HowardLipke.com.
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