Rachel Turow, PhD

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PhD, Clinical Psychology

Adjunct Faculty

Phone: 202-296-5400

Building/Room: HRDG 140

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Dr. Rachel Turow teaches undergraduate courses in Building Resilience, Mindfulness Skills, and Developing Compassion. She conducts research examining the effects of stress and trauma, coping with cancer, and psychological interventions. As a clinical psychologist, she serves patients in private practice, and provides seminars and training programs for other health providers. Recent publications: Goldsmith Turow, R. E. (2017). Mindfulness Skills for Trauma and PTSD: Practices for Recovery and Resilience. New York: Norton Professional Books. Barlow, M. R., Goldsmith Turow, R. E., & Gerhart, J. (2017). Trauma appraisals, emotion regulation difficulties, and self-compassion predict posttraumatic stress symptoms following childhood abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect, 65, 37-47. Schnur, J. B., Dillon, M. J., Goldsmith, R. E., Montgomery, G. H. (2018). Cancer treatment experiences to cumulative trauma. Palliative & Supportive Care, 6(6), 767-776.