Jack Saul, Ph.D. is a New York State licensed psychologist and family therapist providing therapeutic services for individuals, couples, and families in Manhattan. He has special expertise in working with relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma and traumatic loss, complicated grief, life and work stress, childhood fears and behavioural and academic difficulties, parenting, intimacy, desire, and sex in couples. Private therapy is offered in person. To inquire about an appointment, please use contact form. To download service forms, please click here.
Dr. Saul offers consultation to organizations on the development of staff welfare programs, team support and self-care. He has worked with humanitarian, legal and media organizations including Associated Press, the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, the International Criminal Court, Witness, Human Rights First, and the Pat Finucane Centre for Human Rights and Social Change. He is an associate of Amsterdam based Antares Foundation, the premier organization for developing staff stress management programs for international humanitarian organizations.
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Since 1998, Dr. Saul has directed the International Trauma Studies Program (ITSP) in New York. ITSP offers nine-month certificate training program for clinicians and allied professionals working with trauma affected populations. He also works with universities, government agencies and non governmental organizations on the development of trauma and disaster response training programs.
Since 2012, ITSP has collaborated with Bilgi University in Istanbul in running a post graduate trauma studies program for professionals and civil society practitioners in Turkey.
Workshops and Lectures
Among the workshops Jack Saul offers are:
- The Resilience Toolkit: A framework for strengthening capacities for coping and transformation
- Creating a culture of resilience in organizations
- Promoting family and community resilience in response to disaster
- Addressing collective trauma in clinical and community settings
- Utilizing action and artistic approaches in psychotherapy
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