After more than two decades as a clinical forensic first responder and private practice practitioner, dedicating her career to helping victims of natural disasters, school shootings, and terroristic attacks remove their emotional mask, Denyse Ray, PhD, BCETS, FAAETS, retooled her skills and now divides her time between training, and consulting writing and research.
In her consultant work, she regularly provides workshops and seminars. Dr. Ray has provided many social service agencies with in-depth direction and understanding as they acquire skills to better serve their communities. Her trauma curriculum continues to be utilized in schools of social work, and her ‘Surviving Workplace Trauma’ training serves as a preventive resource in many work places throughout the United States.
She is the author of ‘The Pain Didn’t Start Here; Trauma and Violence in the African American Community”. Her current work Mirroring Images; Native Hawaiians Traumatic Journey is scheduled for release in fall of 2015.
Dr. Ray has authored and edited many abstract and white paper on the affect and treatment of psychological trauma.
She lives in Hawaii and is currently preparing for a global effort to reach communities who continue to experience the affect of intergenerational trauma.
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