External Links Click Tabs to Open Panel Tab #1: Treatment Model & Training Resources Tab #2: Psychological Maltreatment Resources Tab #3: DTD Resources Tab #4: Polyvictimization Resources Tab #5: General Complex Trauma Resources Tab #6: Related Resources Tab #1: Treatment Model & Training Resources ARC Information & Training website CBP Information & Training website Tab #2: Psychological Maltreatment Resources Clinical Report on Psychological Maltreatment issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics American Psychological Association Continuing Education Credit for reading "Unseen Wounds" Study on the Effects of Psychological Maltreatment by Dr. Joseph Spinazzola & colleagues Reuters Health news article on the effects of Psychological Maltreatment on Children and Adolescents New England Psychologist news article on the harmful effects of Psychological Maltreatment StarTribune news article on the effects of Psychological Maltreatment on Children and Adolescents Tab #3: DTD Resources Journal of Traumatic Stress Highlights Blog on Developmental Trauma Disorder Field Trial Studies NCTSN Clinical Training Series on Developmental Trauma Disorder developed by Drs. Julian Ford & Joseph Spinazzola through the Center for the Treatment of Developmental Trauma Disorders Tab #4: Polyvictimization Resources NCTSN Continuing Education Webinar Series on Polyvictimization & Complex Trauma developed by Dr. Joseph Spinazzola and Regina Musicaro through a federal Office for Victims of Crime National Action Partnership on Polyvictimization. Crimes Against Children Research Center website Tab #5: General Complex Trauma Resources Fact sheets and information on screening tools and treatment models developed by Drs. Joseph Spinazzola, Mandy Habib, Cassandra Kisiel and colleagues through the Complex Trauma Workgroup of the NCTSN NCTSN Continuing Education Webinar Series on Complex Trauma Resource website accompanying the film "Remembering Trauma: Connecting the Dots between Complex Trauma & Misdiagnosis in Youth" Tab #6: Related Resources Sidran Institute: Collection of articles, fact sheets, brochures and other resources on trauma and dissociation for survivors, loved ones, helpers, media and students. The National Domestic Violence Hotline: Extensive information and resources on interpersonal trauma occurring in intimate and familial relationships including a confidential 24/7/365 hotline staffed by trained advocates offering compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in more than 200 languages. Loveisrespect: Collection of extensive resources to educate, empower and assist young people to prevent and end abusive relationships, including fact sheets, brochures, videos, detailed descriptions of various forms of dating abuse, and confidential 24/7/365 peer advocacy via chat, text or phone.