Keith Renshaw

Department Chair and Professor of Psychology at George Mason University College of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Keith Renshaw, Ph.D. is Department Chair and Professor of Psychology at George Mason University's College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Renshaw specializes in anxiety, stress, trauma, and interpersonal relationships, with a particular focus on romantic relationships. Much of this work has focused on the experiences of service members and veterans, and their families.

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  • If you’re in a high-stress environment at your job and you’re doing that day in and day out,having physiological reactions to everything around you, it starts to exhaust you.

    8 December 2020
  • When you see a person being irritable, withdrawing a little bit, if you attribute that to some sort of trauma or stress the person has experienced, the relationship doesn’t drop off, most likely because you have some way to explain how they’re behaving. If you can manage it, separate your work stress from your home life.

    24 October 2020
  • After the withdrawal of U.S. soldiers from Vietnam in 1973 the only thing that happened is that rates of problems went up. The longer people are back, the more people come forward as potentially struggling.

    24 October 2020
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