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Dr Boris Drožđek


Boris Drožđek, MD, MA, is a psychiatrist and a medical director at the Psychotrauma Centrum Zuid Nederland/Reinier van Arkel group, the Netherlands. He is an expert in the treatment of survivors of political and war violence, and the author of many scientific articles and chapters to books in the fields of psychotraumatology and transcultural psychiatry. He teaches on a regular basis in the Netherlands and abroad, and cooperates with NGOs in different post-war settings. Together with John P. Wilson, he has edited the books, Broken Spirits: The Treatment of Traumatized Asylum Seekers and Refugees, War and Torture Victims and Voices of Trauma: Treating Survivors across Cultures. Dr Drožđek is a Co-director of the International Summer School for Psychotrauma in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Board Member of the Dutch-Flemish Trauma Society, and a Council Member of the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT).

Boris Drožđek
Boris Drožđek


Title Published
Healing Trauma across Cultures: A Contextual and Developmental Approach to Assessment and Treatment2015
How do we lick our wounds? Intercultural perspectives on individual and collective strategies of making peace with own past2008
Seven-year follow-up outcomes' study of a context-sensitive group psychotherapy for asylum seekers and refugees traumatized by war and terror2015
Utilising group therapy approaches to assist recovery of torture and trauma survivors2014
Voices of Trauma: on contextual thinking of complex posttraumatic damage (In conversation)2009



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