Dr. Holmes is an Assistant Professor and Founding Director of the Center on Trauma and Adversity. She has over 10 years of clinical practice and research experience working in the field of child exposure to domestic violence and child maltreatment
The coronavirus pandemic has sparked fear and pushed us to change the way we live in our every day lives. New research suggests many Americans may be suffering from post-traumatic stress symptoms because of it. Megan Holmes, director of the Center on Trauma and Adversityat Case Western Reserve University, and former Garces High School graduate helped lead a study on about 1,200 Americans.