The Psychotrauma Clinic, as the Community Service Arm of the UST Graduate School, has three main functions: Psychological Services, Research, and Training and Education. Its Psychological Services comprise the bulk of the day-to-day services of the Clinic as these focus on the provision of services to the Clinic’s patients. The Research Team of the Clinic is tasked to develop new methods in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and intervention, and prevention of trauma-related disorders. Lastly, the Training and Education functions of the clinic comprise its Extension Services, Training and Seminars, and Practicum/Internship. Click on the links on the left for more details.
Listed below are the various flagship projects and programs of the Psychotrauma Clinic throughout its 13 years of dedicated services to the community.
Peace-Building Activities and Projects in the Armed Conflict Areas in Mindanao
- Psychoeducation and Information Drive on Psychological Stress and Trauma for the Military Personnel of the 40th and 57th Infantry Battalions of the Philippine Army
- Psychosocial Processing and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Training for the Military Personnel of the 7th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army – Phase I, II, and III
July 2011-November 2012
- Training Program on Psychosocial Processing for the Women Leaders of the Tri-People of Central Mindanao
- Psychosocial Processing and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Training for the Military Personnel of the 6th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army – Phase I & II
July – September 2010
- Training Program on Psychosocial Processing and Psychotrauma Management for Women Leaders and Youth Affected in the Armed Conflict Areas in Mindanao, Philippines
October 2009 – April 2011
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services in Emergencies and Calamities
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program for Brgy. Songcolan, Batan, Aklan
January – April 2014
- The Iligan Project: Psychosocial Support Services to the Survivors of Typhoon Sendong
January – May 2012