Trauma Adjustment

Trauma Adjustment

Clear View Psychology Services provides proactive timely treatment intervention to facilitate the best opportunity for recovery from the impact of traumatic exposure. Our focus is on improving the capacity for an individual and an organisation to process the devastation of trauma through training in resilience and Critical Incident management strategies. We understand the chaotic, unpredictable, emotionally volatile and highly distressing natural of how trauma impacts on an individual’s belief structures. This is the premise for all timely traumatic therapeutic interventions and how support should address a person’s or a community’s potential world view is shattered by the impact of a life-threatening incident.

We have provided psychological support, management guidance, wellness checks and timely treatment intervention for major disasters, community devastation from natural disasters, military, Police, and emergency services across Australia.

Clear View Psychology Services has successfully implemented educational programs to train, support and supervise front line workers managing potential traumatic environments or critical life-threatening incidents for over 20 years.

Veteran treatment support services in traumatic exposure therapy to facilitate Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Veterans to adjust to civilian/non-military community, reprocess their traumatic war service and the potential family impact that their service has on their long-term psychological wellbeing.

Trauma, grief and bereavement counselling services, which promotes effective recovery, understanding and future growth due the loss of a close loved one.

The development of a new educational framework that describes how trauma impacts on an individual, group or community. Structured Image Framework Theory (SIFT) is designed to enable the traumatised or their supports to understand how trauma can dramatically alter one’s perception of safety due to a life threatening event.

Podcast 27 – 09 Apr 2019

Daren Wilson – Talks about Trauma Therapy and Armed Forces


The following articles have introduced SIFT through a devasting case study of a 65 year-old male survivor of the Boxing Day 2004, Indian Ocean Tsunami; how this therapeutic model describes known brain functions and details the complexity of traumatic processing to a client.

Wilson, D. (2014). A new treatment for PTSD: Ross, a 65-year-old male survivor of the December 26, 2004, Indian Ocean Tsunami. In P.J. Rossouw (Ed.), Neuropsychotherapy: Theoretical Underpinnings and Clinical Applications (pp. 291-308). Brisbane, Australia: Mediros.

Wilson, D. (2018). Structured Image Framework Theory (SIFT): A neurologically based diagrammatic structure enabling the therapist to describe emotionally distressing situations within known brain functions. International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy,6(2),93-104. doi: 10.12744/ijnpt.2018.0093-0104

Wilson, D. (2019). Structured Image Framework Theory (SIFT): A Neurologically Based Therapeutic Technique Designed to Understand and Process the Traumatic Experience. International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy, 7(2), 43-55. doi:10.12744/ijnpt.2019.043-055