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Clinical Psychologist Discussed the Aftermath of the Holocaust
The Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) presented clinical psychologist Dr. Aaron Hass on Mar. 27 at the Drescher Graduate Campus in Malibu. Hass discussed "The Aftermath: How Survivors And Their Children Have Lived With The Holocaust."
Hass received his doctorate in clinical psychology from UCLA, and was on the clinical faculty of the department of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine for twenty years. He is presently professor of psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Hass has been a Visiting Professor at Tel-Aviv University, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. He is the author of numerous articles and six books. His book, In The Shadow of the Holocaust: The Second Generation, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, and another, The Aftermath: Living With The Holocaust, was a co-finalist for the National Jewish Book Award. Hass has lectured internationally about the psychological impact of genocide on survivors and their children.
The event was sponsored by the GSEP M.A. in Clinical Psychology program at the Malibu campus.