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National Centre for Excellence
in Posttraumatic Mental Health

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New satellite offices

Now open in
Canberra, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane

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Centenary of Anzac Centre

Improving the mental
health of veterans

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Recovery Online

New online resource
for people affected by trauma

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REMEMBRANCE DAY

Remembrance Day is an opportunity to reflect on the impacts of military service on veterans, their families and communities.

ANNUAL REPORT 2019

Our Annual Report showcases some of our achievements for the last financial year and is now available for download.

RESEARCH

TREATMENT TRIALS AND STUDIES

RESTORE Trial

This research is investigating a version of prolonged exposure, one of the most effective treatments for PTSD.

SOAR trial

SOAR Trial

This trial is testing an attention training task to facilitate readjustment of transitioning ADF personnel.

IMPACT trial

IMPACT Trial

This study is evaluating how two well-known psychological treatments for PTSD can improve quality of life.

Women in therapy

In Their Own Words Study

This study explores expectations and perceptions of PTSD treatment choices of veterans.

Angry man in therapy

UNPAC Study

This is an innovative study into problem anger and its causes in Australian veterans.

NEWS ROOM

Coping with the current bushfire crisis

For people affected by the current bushfires in NSW, QLD and WA, there are a few simple things that you can do to help yourself or someone else to cope.

Remembrance Day

Nearly a third of all transitioning veterans report problem anger

Remembrance Day 2019 marks the 101st anniversary of the Armistice that ended the First World War. At 11am on the eleventh day of the eleventh month, Australians observe one minute’s silence to honour the service and sacrifice of Australians who…

RESOURCES

PTSD GUIDELINES

The Australian Guidelines for the Treatment of Acute
Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

PAYING OUR RESPECTS

Australia has seen more than its fair share of disaster and trauma. We are a land prone to natural disasters; we have a long and proud military history; we have suffered acts of mass violence. We acknowledge the pain and suffering, but also the courage and resilience, of the Indigenous and new Australians affected by these events.

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