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Reviewed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Information Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 9)Gift From Within
Gift From Within is an international private, nonprofit organization dedicated to those who suffer post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), those at risk for PTSD, and those who care for traumatized individuals. This site features a number of well written and informative articles on PTSD and related topics (grief, recovery from motor vehicle accidents, school trauma and police and emergency rescue trauma), plus educational videos for sale, a 'survivor pen-pal' email network and guestbook. Despite the minimalist interface, this site is the real deal.
This website has information on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Four national and international organizations are combined, with articles, references, web-links, mini-courses, 800 phone access and e-mail pen-pal resources.
National Center for PTSD
Created by U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs in 1989 in response to a Congressional mandate to address the needs of veterans with military-related PTSD, the Center's mission was, and remains: To advance the clinical care and social welfare of America's veterans through research, education, and training in the science, diagnosis, and treatment of PTSD and stress-related disorders. This website is provided as an educational resource concerning PTSD and other enduring consequences of traumatic stress and includes an extensive collection of articles, fact sheets, publications and links to further information.
Child Trauma Institute
The Child Trauma Institute features information for parents; assessment instruments and documentation; extensive and varied information on EMDR; trauma and conduct disorder; and links; and includes fliers, newspaper articles, and scholarly publications.
Police Officers & Post Trauma Stress Disorder
This site was created to make more people aware and of the causes and effects of Post Trauma Stress Disorder (PTSD) on law enforcement officers, and the danger it can pose if untreated, to the deputy/officer, their loved ones, peers, their Department and the general public.