Articles

 

Saul, J. and Simon, W. (2016). Building resilience in families, communities and organizations: A training program in global mental health and psychosocial support. Family Process.

Saul, J. (2012). Psychological and situational factors involved in the participation in torture. Expert report prepared for the Enhancing Human Rights Project. University of Sydney.

Saul, J. and Bava, S. (2009). Implementing collective approaches to massive trauma/loss: Implications for recovery, peace-building and development. International Conflict Research Institute, University of Ulster.

Saul, J. (2008). The International trauma studies program. In Stout, Chris, ed. The New Humanitarians: Inspiration, Innovations, and Blue Prints for Visionaries. Praeger.

Saul, J. (Winter, 2007). Promoting community resilience in lower Manhattan after September 11, 2001.  In Systemic responses to disaster: Stories in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. American Family Academy Monograph Series, pp. 69-75.

Saul, J. (2005).  Promoting community resilience in lower Manhattan after September 11, 2001.  In Y. Danieli & R. Dingman (Eds.)   On the Ground after September 11: Mental health responses and practical knowledge gained. Binghamton, NY: Hayworth Press (pp. 470-478).

Saul, J., Breindel, H., Margolies, L, Hamilton, L., Jacobs, N. (2004). Stories from the Ground: A community initiated narrative archive in lower Manhattan post 9/11.  Proceeds of the International Oral History Association World Congress. 

Saul, J. (2004). Promoting community recovery in lower Manhattan after September 11, 2001. Bulletin of the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies 5, no.2 Autumn/Winter: 1-16.

Saul, J. (2003, Apr. 4).  Ghost-painting grandfather's story to understand his own, The Forward, p. 4.

Saul, J., Ukshini, S., Blyta, A., & Statovci, S. (2003). Strengths based treatment of trauma in the aging: An Albanian Kosovar case study.  In J. Ronch, & J. Goldfield (Eds.), Mental wellness in aging: Strength based approaches (299-314).  London: Health Professions Press.

Saul, J. (2002, Sept. 11). 2 pillars are crucial to helping children adjust, New York Times. p. 17.

Saul, J. (2000).  Mapping trauma: a multi-systemic approach. Psychosocial Notebook. International Organization for Migration. November.

Saul, J. (1999). Working with survivors of torture and political violence in New York City.  Zeitschriftfur Politische Psychologie, 7(1-2), 221 - 232.

Saul, J. (1997, Nov. 1).  Forgotten in the hoopla: Tibet’s young torture victims. The New York Times.

Saul, J. (1997). Helping the children of war. The Lancet. Vol. 349, April.

Saul, J.  (1985). Ethnic identity and psychological adjustment in old age.   New York, NY: Center on Ethnicity, Behavior and Communication, American Jewish Committee Monograph.

Saul, J.  (1984). Ethnic identity and psychological adjustment in old age. The Gerontologist, 3/84.

Saul, J. (1983). Jewish ethnic identity and psychological adjustment in old age. Doctoral Dissertation, Boston University.

Bava, S. & Saul, J. (2013).  Implementing collective approaches to massive trauma/loss in western contexts. In  K.M. Gow & M. J. Celinski (Eds.).  Mass Trauma: Impact and Recovery Issues. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Celermajer, D.. & Saul, J. (2016).  Preventing torture in Nepal: A public health and human rights intervention. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Springer

Fullilove, M., & Saul, J.  (2006) Rebuilding communities post-disaster: Lessons from 9/11.  In Y. Neria, R, Gross, R. Marshall, R., E. Susser (Eds.), September 11, 2001: Treatment, research and public mental health in the wake of a terrorist attack (pp.).  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (pp/ 164-177).

Keller, A., Eisenman, D., & Saul, J., Kim, G.,Connell, J.and Holtz, T. (1997). “Striking hard:  Torture in Tibet,” Physicians for Human Rights Report, Oct. 1997.

Keller, A., Eisenman, D., & Saul, J. (1997).  Evaluating and treating the physical and psychological consequences of torture. J.Gen.Intern Med 1997, 12 supp 1

Keller, A., Saul, J& Eisenman, D. (1998). Caring for survivors of torture in an urban, municipal hospital, Journal of Ambulatory Care Medicine, March, 1998.

Keller, A., Eisenman, D., & Saul, J., Kim, G.,Connell, J.and Holtz, T. (1999). Assessment of torture among Tibetan refugees. Torture: Quarterly Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture . Supp. #1: 41-46.

Landau, J. & Saul, J. (2004) Facilitating family and community resilience in response to major disaster.  In F. Walsh and M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living beyond loss. New York: Norton.

Landau, J. & Saul, J. (2005). “Enhancing family and community resilience in the face of major disaster.” A. Roizblatt, (Ed.). Terapias de Parejas y Familias del Siglo XX para el Siglo XXI. Santiago, Chile: Editorial Mediterrénao.

Perel, E., & Saul, J. (1989).  A family therapy approach to Holocaust survivor families. In P. Marcus, & A. Rosenberg(Eds.), Healing their wounds: Psychotherapy with Holocaust survivors and their families. New York: Praeger.

Weine, S., Danieli, Y., Silove, D., Van Ommeren, M., Fairbank, J., Saul, J. (2002). Guidelines for international training in mental health and psychosocial interventions for trauma exposed populations in clinical and community settings, Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes, Volume 65 Number 2.

Weine, S., Ukshini, S., Griffith, J., Agani, F., Pulleyblank-Coffey, E., Ulaj, J., Becker, C., Ajeti, L., Griffith, M., Alidemaj-Sereqi, V., Landau, J., Assllani, M., Pavkovic, I., Bunjaku, A., Rolland, J., Cala, G., Saul, J., Makolli, S., Sluzki, C., Statovci, S. (2005). A family approach to severe mental illness in post-war Kosova. Psychiatry. Vol. 68 (1).