This section provides information on other web sites with disaster and trauma content. Readers who come across such sites are invited to pass this information on to the webmaster for inclusion in these pages.
TAPIG exists to promote and present best practice trauma management across Australia by providing professional support, supervision and advocacy for practitioners.
Whether you are an established professional or new to the field, our training will give you the expertise you need in dealing with trauma. When you learn from our skilled trauma professionals, you can be confident that what you will learn will be accurate, complete, and up-to-date.
The Trauma Institute has been recognised by the Trauma Centre Australia as leaders in the trauma and critical incidence response industry. Their commitment to providing peer reviewed therapeutic techniques and up-to-date knowledge is your assurance of a quality education.
EAP stands for Employee Assistance Program. Organisations typically introduce Employee Assistance Programs because of three reasons:
There are different types of EAP services and a variety of considerations as to how such a program can be introduced.
AddEducation’s mission is to bring about attitudinal change and add quality education to our community. Our goals include developing our workforce, improving the quality and safety of our service, developing and encouraging strategic relationships, fostering a culture of research and innovations and building a sustainable organisation.
T. C. & A. Services Pty Ltd is a Victorian based provider of numerous health and education services and products to schools, clubs, organisations and the general public throughout metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. The subsidiary business, AAA Access Awareness (Accredited DHS Provider, DHS provider number: DHS 97/054) is a Department of Health Services Accredited Drink Driver Education Agency that has operated for more than 15 years.
The Trauma Information Pages site concentrates on emotional trauma, including Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and disaster mental health response, whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large scale natural disaster. The primary target audience is clinicians, researchers, and students interested in traumatic-stress, but information and supportive links are provided for trauma survivors (and friends) as well.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency — FEMA — is an independent agency of the USA federal government, reporting to the President. Since its founding in 1979, FEMA’s mission has been clear: to reduce loss of life and property and protect the nation’s critical infrastructure from all types of hazards through a comprehensive, risk-based, emergency management program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.
The Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies is a forum for extending the understanding of prevention and treatment of major stress and trauma within the Australasian region.
Established in 1995, this site contains a collection of detailed information designed to help mental health workers assist disaster / trauma victims and fellow relief workers / crisis counselors.
Staffordshire Raynet, The Radio Amateurs’ Emergency Network in Staffordshire. Compiled by Martin Harrison G3USF for Staffordshire Raynet, this site provides an extensive up to date list of links to current and recent disasters, types of disasters, emergency management, government organisations by country, various agencies (international, non-governmental & voluntary), journals and institutes.
We are a State of South Dakota Board of Regents Center of Excellence, and offer an Undergraduate Minor in Disaster Response, and a doctoral specialty track in Clinical/Disaster Psychology. We also host an annual national conference on Advances in Disaster Psychology.
Air-Rescuetek.com is dedicated to reporting international air medical and air rescue news, reports and product/system updates. The web site provides daily news bulletins and monthly newsletters
The Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma is a non-profit organization dedicated to improve the lives of those who suffer from trauma and stress, and their families. The Traumaweb site contains information regarding trauma, stress, resiliency and coping, and offers useful advice and self-help strategies by the center’s professional staff.
Established in 1997 by Professor Charles R. Figley to bring together world leaders in the study of traumatology for the purpose of establishing and maintaining professionalism and high standards for this new field. The field of traumatology is the study and treatment of the traumatized.
We’ve been busy here at Trauma Centre, handling a number of high profile trauma incidents across Australia in recent months. The autumn issue of our newsletter, Inside Trauma, has just been published; if you’d like to subscribe, enter your email address on the right hand side of this page and click ‘go’. This edition focuses […]
“Looking Beyond Classic Trauma Symptoms” Here is a video snippet from our TAPIG event with Anne Laure who discusses the symptoms of trauma in comparison to the classic trauma symptoms. For more videos, or to watch the entire Anne Laura Series, please visit our Anne Laure playlist on our YouTube account by clicking here […]
“Language is the digestive juice of the mind” A short snippet of our TAPIG (Trauma and Psychology Interest Group) Workshop with Rob Gordon in 2011. For more snippets of our TAPIG events, please subscribe to our quarterly “Inside Trauma” newsletter or subscribe to us on YouTube or Facebook. To subscribe to our Inside Trauma Newsletter, […]
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