In September 2023, the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect (ISPCAN) will host a conference where researchers from the Danish National Centre for Psychotraumatology will participate. Together with colleagues from Lithuania and Norway, they will present projects on the development, implementation, and validation of our story stem test Odense Child Trauma Screening (OCTS) in the three countries respectively.
The new initiative will help detect violence in pregnant women, parents-to-be and new parents.
VIVE has evaluated a trauma-focused treatment model that will be implemented throughout Denmark.
The ESTSS conference on Trauma and resilience through the ages: A life course perspective were held this past week with attendance from the center.
Sille Schandorph Løkkegaard has been interviewed as an expert in VIVE's new report
The National Centre of Psychotraumatology has just published the first newsletter of the year
New article examines the prevalence of PTSD and complex PTSD in Ukrainian parents.
In Denmark, it is very difficult to get convicted of digital stalking and nearly impossible for victims to get a restraining order against a digital stalker.
The National Centre of Psychotraumatology currently has four vacant Ph.D. positions for the Context project.