The Network of Psychologists For Human Rights is open to all psychologists around the world who are interested in Human Rights. This includes the application of psychological science to human rights issues; human rights abuses; advocacy for respect for human rights; and human rights of psychologists.
Works toward its vision by supporting capacity building within psychosocial care initiatives of local organisations through training and supervision, access to information and resources, and strengthening and linking of the local organisations. The WTF works together with local and international staff and professionals of humanitarian aid organisations, service and educational institutions, and other community members, such as teachers and parents. The aim is to promote wellbeing, peace and stability through building and networking the psychosocial care capacity at local, country, regional and international levels. In this way, psychosocial expertise is embedded in the local community, and integrated into lasting, local structures, ensuring sustainability, cultural relevance and effectiveness.
Centrum `45, founded in 1973, is the dutch national centre for medical-psychological treatment for members of the resistance and victims of war and organized violence. In order to realise its aims Centrum `45 offers a broad range of therapies (in Dutch).
ASTSS is an organisation of over 600 health professionals dedicated to the treatment and prevention of trauma It is closely involved with ISTSS, the international body based in the USA. ASTSS has Chapters in each Australian State and in New Zealand.