Links, Websites, and Podcasts

Podcasts and Online Interviews with Dr Treisman:

You can listen to Dr Treisman’s TedX talk on relational trauma and behaviour as communication here-

You can listen Dr Treisman’s trauma audio podcast talking about the book and other related trauma areas here- interviewed by Guy Mcpherson

You can watch a video interview podcast with Dr Treisman on relational trauma as part of a trauma summit- treating trauma without drama with Patricia Sherman-

You can also see three online interviews with Dr Treisman about both of her books and other related areas such as unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people at online events-

Some useful websites, resources, and links in the areas of trauma, toxic stress, attachment, foster care, adoption, and parenting (Not an exhaustive or prescriptive list):

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network-

International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies-

European Society for Trauma and Dissociation-

Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children-

The Child Trauma Academy-

The Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute-

The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in children-

Podcasts and interviews from trauma therapists around the world-

CoramBAAF Adoption and Fostering Academy-

PAC-UK (Adoption)-


Grandparents Plus (Kinship carers)-

The Fostering Network-

Harvard Center for Developing Children-

The International Association for the Study of Attachment-

Society for Emotion and Attachment Studies-

The Association of Infant Mental Health-

The World Association of Infant Mental Health-

The Trauma-Informed Practices and Expressive Arts Therapy Institute

Inner World Work (Some great downloadable worksheets including on fight, flight, and freeze modes)-

Beacon House- Some fantastic resources and video clips on trauma-

Pause- For those working with women who have had repeated removals-

Alberta Family Wellness (includes the brain story certification free course)-

Zero to Three-

NSPCC Caspar News (Up to date news on child protection, policies, and documents)-

Research in Practice-

BASPCAN (For those working in the child protection field)-

Trauma-informed Oregon-

Trauma-informed care: Perspectives and resources-