- Shattering Eight Myths About Grief
- A Year is a Relative Thing
- Facing Sudden Loss
- Guilt and Regret in Prolonged Illness
- Helping a Child Deal with Death
- Eight Myths About Children and Loss
- Reflections on Spiritual Problems in Sudden Loss
- After Caregiving Ends
- Holiday Memories
- Grief and the Holidays
- Am I Losing My Mind?
This site from the Hospice Foundation of America provides extensive information about the grieving process, including dozens of articles and useful information for anyone going through the grieving process. Articles include:
http://www.hospicefoundation.org/griefandloss/ - 4-Mar-2005 - Hits: 3493 - Rate This | Details
What Is Psychological Trauma?
An article from the Sidran Foundation describing trauma, trauma survivors, the changes they go through, and how they attempt to cope with traumatic events in their lives. Can help us understand what others are going through in order to better help them.
http://www.sidran.org/sub.cfm?contentID=88§ionid=4 - 12-Sep-2001 - Hits: 2011 - Rate This | Details
Beliefnet is an independent, multi-faith e-community designed to help individuals meet their own religious and spiritual needs through articles and discussion boards. For all faiths, a good place to go for hope and spiritual guidance.
http://www.beliefnet.com/ - 17-Sep-2001 - Hits: 629 - Rate This | Details
Child and Trauma: Reflections on the WTC Disaster
Dr. Michael Fenichel's listing of information and support resources focused on children and trauma.
http://www.fenichel.com/hope.shtml - 17-Sep-2001 - Hits: 372 - Rate This | Details
Coping With The Attacks of Sept. 11: For Sexual Abuse Survivors
This article, written by psychotherapist Kali Munro, M.Ed., discusses why the attacks of Sept. 11 have been so triggering and upsetting for many trauma survivors and people with mental health problems. Suggestions for ways to cope are provided.
http://www.kalimunro.com/article_Sept_11.html - 6-Oct-2001 - Hits: 224 - Rate This | Details
Emergency Contact Information
Emergency contact information regarding the attack on America.
http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/trade.center/contacts.html - 12-Sep-2001 - Hits: 176 - Rate This | Details
Helping People Cope with Natural Disasters and Violence
An article from the NIMH that describes ways to help children and adolescents cope with violence and natural disasters.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/coping-with-traumatic-events/index.shtml - 12-Sep-2001 - Hits: 730 - Rate This | Details
An excellent site devoted to helping volunteers connect with organizations that most need their resources and support. Lots of information to quickly help people find a charity or organization to donate money or their time to.
http://www.networkforgood.org/ - 17-Sep-2001 - Hits: 149 - Rate This | Details
Psychological First Aid Kit
Psychological First Aid, also known as PFA, is an intervention model to help people of all ages deal with trauma-related stress. It does not assume that anyone that suffers something traumatic will develop mental health problems, such as anxiety disorders. This resource describes psychological first aid.
http://www.mentalhealth.gov/blog/2014/08/psychological-first-aid-kit.html - 17-Sep-2001 - Hits: 387 - Rate This | Details
Learn how to give blood and donate to the Red Cross.
http://www.redcross.org/ - 12-Sep-2001 - Hits: 128 - Rate This | Details
Resource Aid Packets from UCLA
The UCLA School Mental Health Center / Center for Mental Health in Schools has prepared a number of information packets for teachers and mental health professionals who work in schools to deal with a number of topics, such as: Screening/Assessing Students: Indicators and Tools (PDF); Responding to Crisis at a School (PDF); Addressing Barriers to Learning (PDF); Students and Psychotropic Medication: The School's Role (PDF); Substance Abuse (PDF); among others. A great resource.
http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/resource.htm - 17-Sep-2001 - Hits: 191 - Rate This | Details