Craig Abrahamson, Ph.D has been instructing at the college and university levels and providing psychotherapy for over thirty years. His varied educational background includes a bachelor degree in Anthropology and Sociology, a Masters in Clinical Social Work, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Abrahamson’s areas of research, publications and conference publications have focused on teaching pedagogies and student motivation, psychophysiology of psychological trauma, trauma from multicultural perspectives, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the effectiveness of heart rate variability biofeedback for anxiety reduction, and global human diversity. He is presently completing a book entitled; When Domestic Violence and Abuse Becomes Addictive: A Replacement Approach. Besides Dr. Abrahamson’s academic pursuits, he volunteers regularly in a medical clinic in Rural Appalachia working with survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and combat related trauma. Professor Abrahamson has conducted extensive international field research and has received university, state and national awards of recognition for his teaching, clinical and volunteer endeavors.