august, 2016

03augalldayThe Psychological Footprint of Mass Casualty & Intense Traumatic Events on Victims, Responders, and the Larger Community

Event Details

These tragedies are all too frequent. In fact, we are all increasingly faced with the challenge of caring for and protecting our communities from mass casualty events. These tragedies make headlines, but they also leave a psychological footprint on each person impacted, and on the community at large.

Join APA Division 18 Psychologists in Public Service on August 3 for an educational workshop featuring survivors, first responders, acclaimed mental health experts and community members. They will share their stories, personal discoveries and professional advice about the ways to better support those affected by mass casualty events. Review the conference schedule here.

This symposium is designed for:

  • Law enforcement
  • Firefighters
  • Psychologists
  • Mental health professionals
  • First responders
  • School Administrators
  • Students
  • Community members interested in helping their communities cope with mass trauma events

This conference is approved for 6.25 CE.  

We have special pricing for law enforcement, first responders and students! 

Time

All Day (Wednesday)

Location

CO 80208



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