Maryland Psychology of Terrorism


About the Course

  • Understand how terrorism affects individuals psychologically and socially.
  • Explore the mental health effects and needs that follow acts of terrorism.
  • Investigate the importance of how media and communication affect individuals psychologically.
  • Learn how first responders at disaster situations are affected.
  • Recognize the various types and approaches of post-disaster therapeutic interventions that can be used following acts of terrorism.

About the Author

Wade T. Lijewski, Ph.D.

Wade T. Lijewski, Ph.D., obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at Michigan State University and later went on to obtain his Master of Science degree in Psychology and Doctorate in Psychology with a major in Organizational Psychology through Walden University.  He has presented on his thesis and dissertation at multiple state and national child welfare conferences and has utilized this platform to initiate positive changes to the quality of foster parent training in Florida as well as retention efforts related to child welfare dependency case managers.  Dr. Lijewski also serves on the advisory board for the Florida Certification Board.

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