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Nancy Isserman, MSW, PhD

Director, Operation Home and Healing: Services for Veterans and Families

(215) 382-6680 ext. 3133

Dr. Nancy Isserman is the Director of Operation Home and Healing (OHH). Since 2007, OHH has provided support, education, and counseling for military service members, Veterans, and their families. Dr. Isserman is also the Co-Director of the Transcending Trauma Project, a research project on coping and adaptation after the Holocaust. She is a co-author of Transcending Trauma: Survival, Resilience and Clinical Implications in Survivor Families and author of articles on Holocaust survivor families and on educating clinicians about understanding military culture and mental health treatment for Veterans and families. She teaches a course on military culture to clinicians and students at CFR.

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