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Appearances


TELEVISION APPEARANCES

  • CNN Espanol- Contextos en Realidades 
    • Dr. Coleman offers insight into the family murder/suicide case in Bell, FL that occurred in 2014. In summary, she identified barriers for seeking mental health services in small, rural towns.

 WEBINARS

  • Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta - A brief overview of evidenced based therapies available to trauma victims.
  •  My Preventative Health (mypreventativehealth.com) - Indigenous healing methods and trauma recovery
 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Fischer, N., L., Lamis, D. A., Petersen-Coleman, M. N., Moore, C. S., Zhang, H., & Kaslow, N. J. (2015).  Mediating effects of                 existential and religious well-being among abused, suicidal African American women. Journal of Family Violence.
  • Kaslow, N., Petersen-Coleman, M., & Meuhr, A. (2014). Biological and psychosocial interventions for depression in children and                         adolescents. In I. Gotlib, & C. Hammon, (Eds). Handbook of Depression. Guilford Press.
  • Celano, M., Petersen-Coleman, M.N., & Pate, L. (2014). Sexually abused children. In L. Grossman and S. Walfish (Eds.), Translating                 psychological research into practice. (pp. 490-494). New York: Springer Publishing.
  • DeLoach, C., Petersen-Coleman, M., Young, S. (2013). Sex, love, and intimacy issues with intercultural Black couples. In K. Helm & J.               Carlson, J. (Eds). Love, intimacy, sex, and the Black couple. Routlege.
  • Petersen-Coleman, M. & Swaroop, S. (2011). A critical analysis of complex trauma: A Rwandan fight for liberation. Journal of Pan                     African Studies, 4, 3, 1-19.
  • DeLoach, C. & Petersen, M. (2010). African spiritual methods of healing: The use of Candomblé in traumatic response. Journal of Pan               African Studies, 3, 8, 40-65.
  • Petersen, M., Swaroop, S., & Uttamchandani, A. (2010). Colonialism and trauma: intersections of the past and present. Traumatic                    Stresspoints, 24, 2, 4-6.

PRESENTATIONS

  • Coleman, M. (2017, March).  Multigenerational Effects of Trauma: Supporting Healing within the Family System. Presented a webinar               at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. 
  • Coleman, M. (2016, September).  Multigenerational Effects of Trauma: Supporting Healing within the Family System. Presented a                     seminar at the Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Conference at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. 
  • Coleman, M. (2015, April).  Empowering your African-American client: Using culture in traumatic response.  Presented full day CEU                 Diversity training seminar at Ridgeview Institute, Atlanta, GA. 
  • Fischer, N., Petersen-Coleman, M., Lamis, D., Moore, C., & Kaslow, N. (2013, August). Intimate partner violence and suicide ideation:               Existential and religious well-being as potential mediators. Presented within the symposia Spirituality and religion in African                   American women exposed to trauma at the 2013 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Pate, L., Petersen-Coleman, M., Dorn, U., & Celano, M. Systematic screening and tracking of behavioral health services in a child                     advocacy center. Poster presented at the 2013 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Fischer, N., Petersen-Coleman, M., Lamis, D., Moore, C., & Kaslow, N. Intimate partner violence and suicide ideation: Existential and               religious well-being as  potential mediators. Presented within the symposia Spirituality and religion in African American women             exposed to trauma at the 2013 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Petersen-Coleman, M. & DeLoach, C. A dialogue of resistance and liberation: A phenomenological examination of Candomblé in an                   Afro-Brazilian Community. Symposia presentation at the 2011 Winter Roundtable Conference at Columbia University, New York,             NY.
  • Petersen, M., Uttamchandani, A., & Swaroop, S. Reducing the gap between evidence-based and culturally-sensitive treatments. Oral                   presentation at the 2010 National Refugee and Immigrant Conference: Issues and Innovations, Chicago, IL.
  • Petersen, M. & Covington, S. Healing through dialogue: Restorative justice approaches for child ex-combatants. Poster presented at the             2010 National Refugee and Immigrant Conference: Issues and Innovations, Chicago, IL.
  • Petersen, M. & Swaroop, S. Implications for the DSM-V and ICD-11: Moving towards a transnational conceptualization of trauma.                       Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Council of Psychologists Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Dubrow, N., Petersen, M., & Swaroop, S. Consultations amidst trauma and loss: Recognizing and honoring differences among                         cultures. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, Atlanta, GA.
  • Petersen, M., Swaroop, S., Callow, S. National faith, justice and civic learning conference. Paper presented at DePaul University,                       Chicago, IL.
  • Dubrow, N., Petersen, M., & Swaroop, S. Consultations amidst trauma and loss: Recognizing and honoring differences among                         cultures. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, Atlanta, GA.
  • Petersen, M., Swaroop, S., Callow, S.  National faith, justice and civic learning conference. Paper presented at DePaul University,                       Chicago, IL.
  • Petersen, M. The United Nations 52nd Commissioner’s Conference on the Status of Women. Poster session presented at The Chicago                 School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  • Petersen, M. CAUSES: Internship Experiences. Poster session presented at DePaul University’s Psychology Night, Chicago, IL.