Must Visit Websites
Seriously, you really must visit; these folks have outdone themselves in resources and info.
“I created this web page to share some of what I've learned, with anyone who might find these perspectives and resources helpful. I have several pages about child abuse – how prevalent it is, its potential effects, where to learn more and, if you're looking, how to find help for yourself or someone you care about. I also have a page on mindfulness and kindness as inner resources that anyone, including those abused as children, can cultivate to reduce their suffering and increase their freedom and happiness.”
"Education is the foundation of the future. Whatever we learn now forever influences what we may learn in the future. That’s why standards of academic excellence have always been so important. Intellectual honesty, and an ability to acknowledge what we don’t know, is often as important as what we think we know. The ISSTD is determined to make education of professionals and the public a central focus."
"Helen's World is a do-it-yourself compilation of thousands of annotated Internet links, focusing on sites and articles that contain significant amounts of information. I include overviews and summaries of information on the relevant topic page."
"The purpose of this award-winning site is to provide information for clinicians and researchers in the traumatic-stress field. Specifically, my interests here include both clinical and research aspects of trauma responses and their resolution."
In this website, Frank Pasquil's has combined several forms of trauma therapy into a self-healing protocol.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is creating new ways to connect Veterans and their friends and family members with services that improve their lives. A key part of Make the Connection is connecting Veterans with professionals who can help address the issues they may face. VA is committed to helping Veterans and their families by providing the best practices for mental health treatment, based on the latest research. Support the Veterans you interact with everyday and help them Make the Connection.
Whether you left the military decades ago or just recently transitioned to civilian life, Veterans share a common bond of duty, honor, and service. Some military Veterans served in combat overseas. Others responded to events or disasters within or outside the United States. Many Veterans served their country by reporting to a military base for work every day. No matter when, where, or how you served, and what you’ve experienced in civilian life, you may be dealing with issues that affect your well-being or get in the way of your relationships, work, or daily activities. Every day, Veterans connect with resources and support to manage the issues they may be facing and find solutions for improving their lives.