The National Child Traumatic Stress Network was established to improve access to care, treatment, and services for traumatized children and adolescents exposed to traumatic events. This section of NCTSN.org provides information about the Network itself.
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The Trauma and Attachment Report is a weekly online research report published out of York University in Toronto. Its purpose is to provide clear, accurate information to members of the community, on the topic of interpersonal trauma. The report will cover topics such as the causes and consequences of trauma; treatment, prevention, and implications of trauma for society at large. The articles draw upon primary sources such as interviews with survivors, therapists, and others who work in the field of interpersonal trauma. The Trauma and Attachment Report seeks to disseminate knowledge by discussing research findings published in reputable scientific journals, in a manner that can be easily understood by readers.
The MISS Foundation is a volunteer based organization committed to providing crisis support and long term aid to families after the death of a child from any cause.
The Neuropsychological Assessment Need Tool (NANT) is a quick and easy to use online application to help assess the need for a neuropsychological assessment.
If you are a homeless veteran or a veteran at risk of becoming homeless, these pages provide information that you can use to seek help. They include addresses, phone numbers, and websites to find out about services, programs, and other help that is available.
Domestic violence should never, ever happen. No one should abuse anyone, ever.
Unfortunately, it does occur, and there has to be ways to help overcome the madness that domestic violence is.
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence is one of those ways to overcome.
The Refuge Media Project was created by filmmakers, health educators, and human rights activists concerned about this issue. We are producing a half-hour documentary on immigrant torture survivors in the United States, and on some of the individuals and organizations who are working to help survivors deal with their traumatic pasts, and with the sometimes traumatic experience of coming to America.
From psychcentral.com/blog which is highly recommended of course, if you haven’t read them, come many different and various blogs dealing with many facets of psychology.
I recently read a blog by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S., on the psychcentral blog World of Psychology discussing Eugenics and Carrie Buck, who was a woman who was sterilized in 1927 in the State of Virginia because some viewed her and her family as imbeciles and that they should not reproduce.
Horrendous as this is, considering no one knows how a person will turn out, regardless of his or her environment or hereditary issues–many “higher ups” in society considered eugenics to be the right thing to do.
Read more about eugenics on this website.