Common Bond Institute

Perspectives

Perspectives

Selected Chapters, Articles, and Commentary That Reflect the Mission of CBI

Contents:

Chapter: Whole Person Approaches In Individual and Communal Healing of Trauma
Author: Steve Olweean
2019 From: Integrated Care of the Traumatized: A Whole-Person Approach

 

Chapter: Wounded and Uprooted: Seeking Refuge in the Land of Others
Author: Steve Olweean
2018 From: Refugees and Migrants in Law and Policy: Challenges and Opportunities for Global Civic Education

 

Foreword: Healing and Peacebuilding After War: Transforming Trauma in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Author: Steve Olweean
2017

 

Chapter: A Recurring Global Syndrome: Challenges in Treating an Epidemic of Communal Trauma
Authors: Steve Olweean, M.A. and Myron Eshowsky, M.S
2017 From: Why Global Health Matters: How To (Actually) Make The World A Better Place

 

Chapter: Common Bond Institute: Vision and Journey
Author: Steve Olweean
2009 From: The New Humanitarians: Inspiration, Innovations, and Blueprints For Visionaries

 

Article: When The Shadow Surrenders The Form
October, 2003
Author: Steve Olweean

 

Article: Reality War
April, 2003
Author: Steve Olweean

 

Chapter: When Society is the Victim
Author: Steve Olweean
2003 From: The Psychological Impact of War Trauma on Civilians: An International Perspective

 

Article: Journey Through Conflict
December, 2002
Author: Steve Olweean

 

Article: Something To Trust In
October, 2002
Author: Steve Olweean

 

Chapter: Psychological Concepts of “The Other:” Embracing The Compass Of The Self
Author: Steve Olweean
November, 2001 From: The Psychology of Terrorism: A Public Understanding

 

Article: Their World Is Exploding
Sept. 24, 2001
Author: Steve Olweean

 

Letter: Letter to The President
Sept. 17, 2001
Author: Steve Olweean


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