Peaceful Impact Publisher


Carita Kilpinen, CEO, graphic designer & trauma survivor


Peaceful Impact Publisher is a Finnish company that operates internationally. We produce and sell educational services, literature and offer tools and guidance in creating co-equally run communities for people living with trauma and dissociation. Our aim is to create preconditions for sustainable psychiatry.

In 2017 five people wrote the book Five Survivors, a Hundred Lives – Stories about Trauma and Dissociation. The book is written in English and is largely a renewed sequel to the book Viisi naista, sata elämää (Five Women, a Hundred Lives). The purpose of these books is to give an understandable picture of the consequence of traumatic experiences, dissociation disorder, and what it is like to live with this disorder. This very first book that we have published works as a sample for international networking and as a medium to transmit Finnish trauma consciousness. As the English book was about to be ready, we needed a publisher for the book, and an official organization that international networking is both possible and credible. Peaceful Impact Publisher Oy was established.

“Sustainable psychiatry recognizes emotional trauma, structural dissociation and their effect in human life. Sustainable psychiatry treats mental health holistically.”

From the beginning, it has been clear that Peaceful Impact would not only include publishing, but also schooling services in the area of trauma and dissociation in a divers way. Peaceful Impact provides both publishing and working opportunities as an instructor for many experts in various fields and in addition we provide tools and guidance in creating co- equally run communities for other trauma survivors and professionals alike thus expanding and strengthening the shared motive and Peaceful Impact mission world wide.

Our mission is…

…over time impact the psychiatric care so that trauma can be seen and recognized as a background factor on psychiatric disorders.

…increase knowledge and understanding of how to meet and take care of someone with dissociation disorder.

…strengthen the recognition of dissociation disorder in all the main orientations of psychology.

…create healing and empowering experiences of peer support among these questions, which can be painful to approach.

join us!

Would you like to write in our blog? Do you have an idea about collaboration? Would you like to find out more about our lectures and projects? We already have contacts and new projects brewing in Switzerland, England and Sweden, so don’t hesitate to contact us. You can write to us at
Wether you are a professional,  a trauma survivor or both, we want to hear from you!


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