Trauma Research, Education,
and Training Institute, Inc.
TREATI is a nonprofit organization, formed in 1996 to support mental health and other social service professionals in their work with trauma survivors. TREATI pursues this mission through research, community education, and professional training related to traumatic stress and vicarious traumatization.
TREATI projects are designed and implemented by collaborators from around the world. TREATI is engaged in an ongoing program of support and assistance in Rwanda. For related information please visit www.heal-reconcile-rwanda.org. This site describes the Advancing Healing and Reconciliation project. Also see www.labenevolencija.org.
The Risking Connection (RC) curriculum and training program represent an important step toward changing the delivery of social and psychological services to trauma survivors (www.RiskingConnection.com). To learn more about these and other TREATI projects, read our 2006 annual report.
TSI/CAAP’s principals founded TREATI to allow for the development of research, an expanded professional education and training program, and community education on the impact of trauma on survivors. TREATI supports therapists and front-line workers in trauma work and takes trauma expertise and that of colleagues across the country beyond the therapy office into the lives of people affected by trauma: prisoners, refugees, school children, those living in violent homes and cities, and front line workers who encounter trauma on a daily basis.
Want to Help?
Over the past few years the work of TREATI has been funded through an Unrestricted Educational Grant from Pfizer, Inc., private donations from mental health professionals and other individuals, foundation and governmental grants, and contracts.
Too many people have suffered for too long. Your contributions to TREATI can help to change this. Through research, community education and professional training we can make a difference. For more information contact Patricia Wilcox, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
Nonprofit Tax ID #: 22-3428267
Opportunities for Youth
Global Youth Connect, an international human rights organization for youth, is organizing a series of human rights delegations for young leaders (ages 18-25) from the U.S. to travel to Rwanda with the goal of promoting cross-cultural action and understanding on human rights issues and supporting and inspiring who are interested in becoming more active in promoting and protecting human rights in Rwanda and in other countries and communities. GYC will be leading its first delegation to Rwanda in January 2005. For more information on GYC’s program in Rwanda and other countries: www.globalyouthconnect.org.
Other Web Sites of Interest
Risking Connection: A Training Curriculum for Working with Survivors of Childhood Abuse, the only basic trauma training curriculum specially designed for staff in public mental health settings.
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Rwanda: Healing and Reconciliation. This site describes the Healing Through Connections and Understanding Project.
Sidran Foundation: This site provides educational and training resources and publications in the field of traumatic stress.
Posted on: November 27, 2012