Karen Hoving, Ph.D. 

Psychotherapist

Category Archives: PTSD

Molly and Me, Animal Assisted Therapy

I have been a therapist for about 20 years, since the early 1990’s in Cincinnati, Oh where I attained my doctoral degree. About the same time, Animal Assisted Therapy began to take root. Technically, it was first mentioned in research in 1962 by a child psychologist name Dr Boris Levinson in a publication called Mental… Continue Reading

Journaling for PTSD

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) can occur after many different types of upsetting experiences. Some are chronic (happen day in day out for a lengthy period of time) other experiences are acute – violent or terribly upsetting but happen for a relatively brief time but can be equally as upsetting( such as a rape,assault, car… Continue Reading

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