Researchers at Phoenix Australia have conducted an in-depth review of the PTSD treatment research published in the journal Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, and have proposed a set of uniform definitions to guide both practitioners and researchers.
Phoenix Australia researchers have conducted a pilot study of a novel form of brain stimulation therapy for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans which shows promising results.
New Australian treatment guidelines for ASD, PTSD and Complex PTSD were launched on 16 July by The Hon Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Health. Developed as 'living' Guidelines, they are a vital tool for practitioners who provide care to people affected by trauma.
Social support and connectedness is one of the strongest predictors of resilience and recovery following trauma and disaster. It is up to us as a community to manage the potential mental health and wellbeing impacts of this pandemic, to support ourselves and reach out and engage with others.
BlueHub, a specialised mental health referral, assessment and treatment services, is being developed in a collaboration between The Police Association Victoria (TPAV) and Phoenix Australia, supported by a $2.5 million Department of Health grant.
From 6 to 8 September 2020, a unique international conference on mental health will take place in Jerusalem. The conference will welcome speakers and attendees from around the world. Professor David Forbes will be co-chairing this conference.
A new study showing that voice analysis software can accurately diagnose posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has created world-wide interest. Diagnosing PTSD is a challenge. Diagnosis is usually based on…