Disaster Trauma June 2006 Tlh

Course Goal: To prepare you to provide crisis intervention during and immediately following a traumatic event, regardless of magnitude. Target Audience: Anyone who works with people in crisis during or immediately following a critical incident (first responders, journalists, teachers, counselors, nurses and others) or catastrophic event (natural or human caused).Course Objectives: (1) Describe the basics of traumatology and crisis intervention in the aftermath of human caused or natural disasters for the purpose of acute care and referral. (2) Recognize the Homeland Security-FEMA Incident Command management structure, and work within it. (3) Recognize the phases, signs, symptoms, and manifestations of traumatic stress reactions and the array of immediate and long-term services and methods for mitigating or preventing long-term problems. (4) Demonstrate strategies for providing peer support, and methods for stress management, defusing, debriefing, and other crisis-oriented assistance. Certification: This course fulfills the requirements for certfication as a Field Traumatologist (www.traumatologyacademy.org) and fulfills the prerequisite for Certified Traumatologist. Continuing Education: 13.5 CEU's for LMHC, LCSW, LMFT, Psychologist and School Psychologist. All participants will receive a complimentary membership in the Green Cross Assistance Program (www.gcprojects.org) for the year 2006, and will be eligible to deploy with Green Cross.Instructor: Kathleen Regan Figley, MS

Name Sales End Price
Early Registration (prior to May 12) Ended $195
Regular Registration Ended $225
Paid Disaster Worker Ended $145
Student/Volunteer Disaster Worker Ended $50

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