Post Traumatic Stress: setting the record straight
Tuesday February 18, 2020  6:30pm - 7:45pm (1 Hour 15 Minutes)
Lecture / Seminar Wheelchair Accessible

Dr. Eileen Donahoe, Ph.D. will present on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. She will address some myths about PTSD. Research findings about PTSD are changing the ways that psychologists think about and treat PTSD. Her talk will address why these findings matter. Finally, she will address some simple things that people can do to help themselves.

Dr. Eileen Donahoe is a Clinical Psychologist who works with adults. Her pursuit of education lead her across Canada, and she is happy to be back in the Maritimes. She received a BA from UPEI, a Master’s degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and a PhD from the University of Calgary. She has worked as a Clinical Psychologist in diverse settings including, inpatient and outpatient mental health services, a physical rehabilitation program for patients who were recovering from injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents, and the Canadian Armed Forces. She also taught for 2 semesters at Acadia University. The diversity of these experiences has enriched her perspective. She is a life-long learner. She currently operates a private practice in Psychology where she sees adults, and is specialized in treating posttraumatic stress. In her spare time, she loves to take photos, and belongs to the Kings County Photo Club.

Registration is required.


440 Main Street
Kentville, Nova Scotia


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Library 679-2544 440 Main Street Kentville, Nova Scotia B4N 2E5