June is National Post Traumatic Stress Month

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

According to PR Web, The US Senate passed a resolution naming this June the first-ever National Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month. For The Sidran Institute, an organization specializing in collaborative, multidisciplinary education and resources to support those who have experienced trauma and those who provide care to them, this is extremely exciting news.

This official recognition affirms the Institute’s recent investment in the development of an exciting extension of its flagship Risking Connection® program to provide immersive online simulations designed specifically to help trauma-responsive schools, medical systems, businesses, faith communities and neighborhoods understand the breadth and impact of traumatic experience.

About Sidran

Sidran Institute, Inc. (formerly Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of international scope that helps people understand, recover from, and treat traumatic stress (including PTSD), dissociative disorders, and co-occurring issues such as addictions, self injury, and suicide. Sidran develops and delivers educational programming, resources for treatment, support, and self-help, trauma-informed community and professional collaboration projects and publications about trauma and recovery. Sidran’s constituency is made up of any individuals or organizations touched by the effects of trauma, including: About Toolwire

Toolwire is a learning solutions provider specializing in products and services for experiential learning.

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