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This section is for Researchers, Providers, & Helpers

This section is for Researchers, Providers, and Helpers

Web Links

In the Web Links section there are links to websites and specific Web pages that provide more information on topics relevant to trauma and PTSD.

Learn about the organizations that we work with as well as other resources that are available to help clinicians and researchers who work in the field of trauma.

Find additional information on coping and self-care following trauma and more resources to assist you in working with children and adolescents. Learn about the clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of PTSD.

  • Types of Trauma
    Other Web links that provide information on dealing with trauma types such as war, disaster and terrorism, sexual assault, violence, and more.
  • Military Resources
    This page contains links to a wide variety of military related resources, such as links to military family programs, all of the US military branches, and Veterans service organizations (VSOs).
  • Disaster Relief
    The following links bring you to information on how to give or obtain help following a disaster.
  • Research Related
    Links to resources and other organizations that focus on trauma and PTSD research.
  • Trauma Organizations
    The websites of other agencies and associations that deal with trauma, PTSD, and related topics, including other trauma centers, and organizations that deal with disaster and terrorism.
  • Children and Teenagers
    These links offer information specific to children and teenagers dealing with trauma.
  • Self-Help and Treatment
    This section provides Web resources to assist trauma survivors in coping. Also provides information for providers, such as clinical practice guidelines.
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