Trauma Center Resources for Adults, Children, Families and First Responders

Resources for Families Coping with Disaster and Trauma: 

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) Resources for Families & Others Impacted by Terrorism and Disasters:

Resources in Response to the Boston Marathon Bombings

For Children and Families Who Were Injured:

For Pediatric Providers:

Resources for First Responders:

The following provide information and resources for first responders (Police, Fire, EMS) and others who may be involved in "critical incidents" and other traumatic events. They give general information about trauma, referral sources and practical strategies for dealing with typical reactions to atypical events. These resources were produced with funding from the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA), under a federal Anti-Terrorism Supplemental Grant (ATSG), to aid Victims of and Responders to the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks. While developed specifically for first responders, several of these resources are likely to be of benefit to other individuals impacted by traumatic incidents, including victims, their loved ones, caregivers, and service providers.

Handouts, Interviews with Experts and Other Related Information:

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The Trauma Center's 3rd Annual Summer Training Institute, Hyannis MA, July 28-August 1, 2014

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PREORDER DVD's of the 2014 Annual Trauma Conference held in Boston

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Position Available - Accepting Applications

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NEW BOOK by Dr. Bessel van der Kolk: THE BODY KEEPS THE SCORE: Pre-order today!

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Announcing Our Newest Clinical Program, 0-5 Thrive, Meeting the Needs of All Families Raising Young Children

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New: Journal of Family Violence Special Issue on Child & Adolescent Residential Trauma Treatment

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New Article: Clinical Significance of a Proposed Developmental Trauma Disorder Diagnosis: Results of an International Survey of Clinicians

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Trauma Sensitive Yoga DVD

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