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Our Mission

Traumatized.com is dedicated to healing trauma worldwide by providing mental health professionals and those affected by trauma a comprehensive website of information, tools, resources and a psychology superstore with books, therapy supplies, coping tools, healing materials, equipment, and other relevant products. Once the website is self-sustaining, 100% of profits will fund trauma-related research, education, and assistance.

Learn –

Mental Health Professionals –

Those in practice or training will find articles from industry leaders, along with current research, treatment methods, diagnostic information, and therapy modalities.

General Public –

Our goal is to bridge the gap between mental health professionals and the public by providing information about trauma and treatment methods while also offering tips on coping skills, seeking help, choosing a therapist, along with a directory of major resource centers.

Resources –

The resource section includes links to external websites for additional information related to trauma. Links are provided for training opportunities, professional organizations, educational requirements, podcasts, software, apps, memes, meditations, videos, YouTube channels, and free downloads

Store –

The online psychology superstore offers more than 80,000 psychology-related books and thousands of products for mental health professionals, caretakers, educators, trauma survivors, and the general public. Products include therapy supplies, coping tools, and modality-based equipment such as art therapy, sand tray, psychodrama supplies, as well as activities, posters, office décor, and more.  Experts benefit by receiving visibility and an added marketplace for their books and modality-based products.

Blog –

The blog provides an open forum for experts to share their recent discoveries, ideas, or opinions related to trauma. Also included are interviews, success stories, product reviews, and updates on Traumatized.com.

Alley’s Story –

Follow Alley’s journey through trauma therapy. Through drawing various “parts” of herself in sketchbooks, Alley discovers how she can process the past and begin to heal. Based on actual ongoing therapy sessions, this fictionalized cartoon tale includes characters that represent the path towards healing from complex trauma.