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Web-Based Trauma Psychology Resources On Underserved Health Priority Populations for Public and Professional Education
The purpose of this project was to create web-based empirically-informed materials (i.e., printable fact sheets, YouTube videos, and suggested reading lists) on trauma and its impact in underserved health priority populations that can serve as valuable resources for clinicians, researchers and the public. Division 56 partnered with collaborative teams from Divisions 12 Section II (Clinical Geropsychology), 20 (Adult Development & Aging), 27 (Community Research and Action: Division of Community Psychology), 33 (Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities), 44 (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues), 45 (Culture, Ethnicity & Race), and 53 (Clinical Child and Adolescent) to create the fact sheets and videos found below. --APA Division 56
Please click the following pictures to watch videos from experts in the field discuss important topics and considerations regarding trauma and PTSD in various underserved populations.
FACT SHEETS AND SUGGESTED READING LISTS:
Trauma & PTSD in Veterans by Vanessa Simiola, PsyD & Sonya Norman, PhD
Trauma & PTSD Older Adults by Joan Cook, PhD, Vanessa Simiola, PsyD, & Lisa Brown, PhD
Trauma & PTSD in Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Chris Anderson
Trauma & PTSD in LGBTQ Individuals by Amy Ellis, PhD
Trauma & PTSD in Ethnic Minorities by Jasmin Llamas, PhD et al.
Trauma & PTSD in Economically Disadvantaged Populations by Bekh Bradley-Davino and Lesia Ruglass, PhD
Trauma & PTSD in Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities by Nora J. Balderian, PhD
Trauma & PTSD in Children and Adolescents by Julian Ford, PhD
Trauma & PTSD in Traumatically Injured Populations with Terri deRoon-Cassini