The academy is celebrating it 25th anniversary

The Fellowship designation is the highest honor the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and National Center for Crisis Management can bestow upon a member. This designation is awarded to Diplomates who have made significant contributions to the field and to the Academy or the Center.

To achieve this credential, members must complete the Application for Fellowship and submit supporting documentation that outlines their contribution to the field of crisis management and/or traumatic stress and contribution the Center or the Academy.Members achieving Fellowship may identify themselves using one of the following credentials depending on which organization they achieved their Fellowship status:

Robert J. Miller, M.D., D.A.A.E.T.S., F.A.A.E.T.S.
Fellow, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
in collaboration with the National Center for Crisis Management

Robert J. Miller, M.D., D.N.C.C.M., F.N.C.C.M.
Fellow, National Center for Crisis Management
in collaboration with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress

THE MISSION OF THE ACADEMY

  • INCREASE AWARENESS

    Increase Awareness of Effects of Traumatic Events and Crisis Situations on Human Functioning  

  • LOOK BEYOND PHYSICAL NEEDS

    Enable Professionals to Look Beyond Physical and Safety Needs and also Address Emergent Psychological Needs

  • ESTABLISH STANDARDS

    Improve the Quality of Support and Intervention and Establish Meaningful Standards Among Professionals Across Disciplines

  • TRAINING AND EDUCATION

    Provide Information and Training through it’s Educational Resource Center and Premier Speakers Bureau

  • SUrVIVOR TO THRIVER

    Ultimately to Assist Victims to Become Survivors and then Thrivers