About Odelya Gertel Kraybill, Ph.D.
Dr. Odelya Gertel Kraybill was born and raised in Israel. Her personal journey as a trauma survivor has led her to become a trauma specialist and therapist. She was a Fulbright scholar and focused on trauma studies in three graduate studies programs in the U.S. Odelya has lived in and worked with trauma survivors in Israel, Lesotho, Philippines and the U.S. She is a graduate adjunct faculty member at the George Washington University art therapy program and is widely recognized as a blogger on stress and trauma integration at www.eti.training. Visit her on Facebook.
Articles by Odelya Gertel Kraybill, Ph.D.:
Experiential Self-Regulation in Trauma Therapy
From Attachment to Regulation Theory: Part 2
From Attachment to Regulation Theory: Part 1
Experiential Psychoeducation: Trauma and the Brain
You Don’t Get to Choose Your Trauma Symptoms
How Can You Argue With Gratitude?
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Trauma and the Brain
After Trauma II: Basic Info for Trauma Survivors
After Trauma I: Basic Info for Trauma Survivors
Trauma Recovery is an Oxymoron
Self-Compassion vs. Self-Criticism
Designing Cognitive and Behavior Resolutions for Clients
How I Use `Expansion’ to Find the Right Path After Trauma
The Role of Diet in Treating Stress and Trauma
Trauma & Sensory Integration: The Egg & the Chicken
Trauma Also Brings Emergence of New Life
Neuroplasticity 101 for Trauma Survivors
The Stress Spectrum