This page includes links to some of our favorite on-line sources of information about child trauma, adult trauma, and trauma & problem behaviors. We are very selective and only list a few sites. If you know of a site that should be listed here, please let us know.
Many of these sites includes sections of interest to parents, to adults & teens, and to professionals.
This "mother of all trauma sites" has it all - overviews, articles, bibliographies, links, funding sources, ongoing projects... Go here first.
Information relating to their programs, research, training opportunities, and publications.
The official ISTSS home page. Information on membership, conferences, special interest groups, and publications.
Several types of information about PTSD, re war veterans and many other populations. Also provides access to the PILOTS data base which contains information on over 30,000 trauma-related publications.
Sidran provides a nationwide trauma treatment referral service, provides trauma-related information to survivors and professionals, and publishes books and other materials for the public as well as professionals.
A research-supported treatment approach for trauma/PTSD and substance abuse.
A research-supported approach focused on restitution and repair of relationships. It may be warm & fuzzy; it also reduces recidivism and improves victim satisfaction, compared with the conventional justice appraoch.
A research-supported treatment approach for guiding clients to identify personal goals and commit to positive behavioral changes. Useful for a range of problem-behavior treatment issues including substance abuse, addictions, aggression, and crime.
There are several research-supported parent training programs. Here are links to an OJJDP fact sheet (with its own links to programs) and to the Incredible Years program.
This program has been found effective in school settings internationally. Here are links to the SAMHSA Model Program and Blueprints Model Programs documentation.