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Dr. Annette Anderson-Engler earned her a Ph.D. in Human Science, from Saybrook University in San Francisco, California, a MSW degree in Clinical Social Work from Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington and an Masters in Conflict, Analysis and Resolution, MSC degree from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale Florida. As a social work professional, her areas of expertise include but are not limited to, Grief, Trauma, Ambiguous Loss, PTSD and Secondary degree of trauma among military families. Other areas of expertise include Transgenerational Transmissions of Trauma, Identity Displacement, Emotional Transmission of Trauma, Health Disparities, Social and Cultural Inequities and Collective Identity among Woman and other Marginalized groups. Her specialized interests include Diversity and Inclusion, Oppression, Critical Race Theory, People of Color and Transformational Narratives through Storytelling, Self and Othering and the Conspiracy of Silence as it relates to voice and personal meaning. Dr. Anderson-Engler has also been afforded international opportunities to conduct her research endeavors in Germany, Zurich, Norway, France and the UK. Her research areas include, but are not limited to, Qualitative Research specifically areas of Narrative Analysis, and Autoethnographic research, Action Research, Grounded Theory, Phenomenology and Narrative Case Studies. Theories and Concepts include: Critical Race Theories, Conceptual and Theoretical Analysis and Integration as well as social constructs including Concepts of Power, Discourse Analysis and the theories of Deconstruction.
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