CPT Web: A Web-based Learning Course for Cognitive Processing Therapy - Medical University of South Carolina
CPT Web is a web-based multi-media, training course for mental health providers seeking to learn Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD, specifically tailored for work with military and veteran populations. The course includes didactics, video demonstrations, clinical scripts, common clinical challenges, and cultural considerations.
Children & Disaster - National Disaster Interfaiths Network
This tip sheet discusses common reactions of children and youth to traumatic events, the importance of family in the recovery effort, recommendations for meeting the emotional needs of children and youth, and information on how to use support networks. For Buddhists
http://www.n-din.org/ndin_resources/tipsheets_partners/NDIN_TSP_Buddhists_CompetentMassCare.pdf For Hindus
http://www.n-din.org/ndin_resources/tipsheets_partners/NDIN_TSP_Hindus_CompetentMassCare.pdf For Jews
http://www.n-din.org/ndin_resources/tipsheets_partners/NDIN_TSP_Jews_CompetentMassCare.pdf For Muslims
http://www.n-din.org/ndin_resources/tipsheets_partners/NDIN_TSP_Muslim_CompetentMassCare.pdf For Sikhs
Delivering gender-informed health services in emergencies - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (HHS, ASPR)
This fact sheet discusses the physical and mental health issues that affect each gender differently. The document also stresses the importance of maintaining a gender perspective in emergencies, how to provide gender-responsive health services in emergencies, how to address the physical and psychosocial trauma of gender-based violence in emergencies, and the guiding principles for providing support to survivors.