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PTSD: National Center for PTSD


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Education Initiatives


Education Initiatives

The National Center for PTSD's educational initiatives aim to assimilate information and coordinate communication among top scientists in the field of PTSD, and to effectively disseminate that information to those who can put the information to use: clinicians, policymakers, educators, Veterans, trauma survivors, and their families.

The professionals who are involved in education efforts are also in a prime position to gather feedback from clinicians in the field that can inform future research efforts.

The major focus of the Center's education activities has always been America's Veterans and Active Duty military personnel. The close relationships between the Center's professionals and their counterparts in other VA services and the Department of Defense have been of enormous benefit to those critical populations.

Over the years, though, it has become clear that the educational materials and training programs produced by the National Center for PTSD can also be of help to others who have experienced traumatic stress: disaster survivors, crime victims, firefighters, and others who have been exposed to any traumatic event.

  • VA Dissemination & Education
    Information about the Educational Initiatives within VA by the National Center for PTSD, that ensure the best possible care for Veterans who are suffering with the effects of traumatic stress.
  • Training and Workshops
    Learn about the in person training that is provided by National Center for PTSD staff.
  • Online Education Resources
    This Web site ( provides access to a vast array of materials serving many constituencies and is one of several online resources provided by the Center.
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The National Center for PTSD does not provide direct clinical care, individual referrals or benefits information.

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