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Saturday, September 1, 2012
New Study for Children and Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors
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Thanks for posting this. I was involved in a children of survivors of the Holocaust therapy group in the late 1970s that Yael Danielli was affiliated with too -- I can't recall how, precisely. Our group became the basis for the book Children of the Holocaust by Helen Epstein. It'll be nice to reconnect with her -- I'd like to find out what happened to the therapist who ran the group (and who was my private therapist). I suspect she's no longer with us.ReplyDelete
I'm glad I could help you try to reconnect.ReplyDelete
The TTTRS study will start in the Netherlands focusing on the medical impact of the Holocaust on three generationsReplyDelete
Thank you for the update!ReplyDelete