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Trauma and Healing Centers for Survivors
Del Amo Hospital
23700 Camino del Sol
Torrance, CA 90505
- Phone: 800-533-5266
- Website: delamotreatment.com
Del Amo Hospital Treatment Center has a nationally recognized Trauma Program. This Program utilizes the “Trauma Model” approach for the treatment of trauma-based disorders, including PTSD, Dissociative Disorder, and Self-Harm Behaviors. This model relies on cognitive therapies to guide the individual towards self awareness and trauma resolution. The goal of treatment is to use the structure and therapeutic processes of the trauma model for stabilization, to generate improved functioning, and a return to outpatient therapy. The program focuses on disorganized, ambivalent attachment patterns and feelings of self-blame. This model is designed as a highly-structured inpatient program which can be stepped down to a partial program.
Sheppard-Pratt Health System
6501 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21285
- Phone: 410-938-5078 Kimberly Colbert
- Website: sheppardpratt.org/patient-care-and-services/specialized-programs/trauma-disorders-program/
- Trauma Disorders Program
- Inpatient & Day Hospital
- Richard J. Loewenstein, MD, Dir.
The New Orleans Institute at River Oaks Psychiatric Hospital
1525 River Oaks Road W.
New Orleans, LA 70123
- Phone: 800-366-1740
- Phone: 504- 734-1740
- Website: riveroakshospital.com/programs/trauma-based-disorders
- Inpatient specialty unit
- Martha Bujanda, Director of Intake
- National Center for Trauma-Based Disorders
Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital
5121 Raytown Road
Kansas City, MO 64133
- Phone: 800- 225-8577
- Phone: 816- 382-6300
- Website: tworivershospital.com
- Inpatient & Partial Hospital Services
- David Tate, Director of Intake
PTSD Resource Websites
US Department of Veterans Affairs
Website: National Center for PTSD
Wounded Warrior Project
PTSD Treatment Help
PTSD Resources for Survivors and Caregivers
Organizations, Websites, Conferences and Newsletters
David Baldwin Trauma Pages
These trauma pages by David Baldwin focus primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic stress, including PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder) and dissociation, whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large-scale disaster. The purpose of this award winning site is to provide information for clinicians and researchers in the traumatic-stress field.
3181 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110-4515
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Survivorship is an international forum on the survival of sadistic sexual abuse, ritualistic abuse, torture, and mind control. Survivorship also offers yearly conferences.
An Infinite Mind
An Infinite Mind is dedicated to educating the public and professional community about trauma based dissociation with a primary focus on Dissociative Identity Disorder in an effort to dispel the myths and stigmas attached to it.
Jeanne Sarson and Linda McDonald are two relationship educators working since 1993 with persons who have experienced relationship violence, including ritual abuse-torture.
Ritual Abuse, Ritual Crime, and Healing
The Ritual Abuse, Ritual Crime, and Healing website now has its own domain. Information and resources for survivors, therapists and others.
End Ritual Abuse
Ellen P. Lacter, Ph.D
Excellent website for ritual abuse/mind control/torture.
This website includes 5 courses in trauma, one of which focuses on Dissociative disorders. There is also a link (under Resources) to a 1-hour plenary presentation Steve Frankel gave at the 2014 Survivorship conference which presents the research evidence supporting what we know about how childhood trauma affects the development of children.
Self Care For Psychologists
Website by Dr. Charles Figley designed for students, clinicians who work in the mental health field.
Healing Music for Survivors
Songs for the Inner Child by Shania Noll