CAMH’s brochure Common Questions about Trauma outlines what abuse-related trauma is, how the effects of trauma develop, and why healing and getting help are important.
CAMH’s brochure Women: What Do These Signs Have in Common? helps women recognize that current challenges such as depression, sleep disturbances, relationship challenges, anxiety and/or substance use can be signs of untreated trauma responses.
CAMH has a photo-novella (story in photographs) for clients that depicts a refugee child’s trauma response (PDF only), published in English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Tamil.
CAMH’s tutorial for people working in non-clinical roles provides basic information about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), including signs that someone may have PTSD; the differences between common reactions to trauma and PTSD; how PTSD affects the people who have it and those around them; ways to respond to someone who has been through a traumatic event.
Networks & Associations ETC.From Around the World (Canada does not have one) The European Network for Traumatic StressTENTS produced an evidence-based model of care with dissemination materials as brochures and guidelines and e-learning materials. The TENTS-TP project (The European Network for Traumatic Stress - Training & Practice) will expand and develop the network and connect to other important European initiatives in the field of psychosocial care after trauma. TENTS-TP aims to implement evidence-based interventions to prevent trauma survivors from developing posttraumatic disorders and interventions to promote (early) recovery.
sisst.net/Italian Society for the Study of Traumatic Stress