Faculty Profile: Daniel Pitchford

Daniel Pitchford

School: Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry

Dr. Pitchford is faculty at Saybrook University (Clinical Psychology, PII, Mind-Body Medicine), and co-developed and co-leads the University’s trauma certificate and specialization programs. He also developed and led the Trauma Specialization within University’s former PsyD program. Dr. Pitchford is an award-winning researcher of his work with traumatic stress (Rollo May Award for his research in traumatic stress and combat trauma) with interests in trauma psychology, suicide, culture, meaning making, death studies, loss, and existential and transpersonal psychology. He has authored and co-authored several research articles on his various interests, including his latest co-authored publication with Drs. Stanley Krippner and Jeannine Davies, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (Greenwood Press, 2012). Drs. Pitchford, Krippner, and Davies are now working on a book exploring the important issue of suicides in the military, focusing on the nature of soul loss and healing processes in veterans, soldiers, and families (in particular to recent wars and combat).

Curriculum Vitae

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