Useful for any health practitioner, this one hour course, divided into approximately 10 minute segments, is designed primarily for general practitioners as a practical guide to helping patients both in the immediate aftermath of a disaster, and during the months to follow.
This course is designed for mental health practitioners who are competent in the use of cognitive therapy. It will assist you to identify and challenge common posttraumatic attributions as you employ standard cognitive therapy techniques in your work with disaster-impacted individuals.
An introduction to the principles of Trauma-informed Care, with discussion of the application of these principles across all levels of interventions for disaster-affected individuals and communities.
An introduction to the principles and practices of Trauma-informed self-care, with activities to help you consider how and when you might incorporate self-care in your work with disaster-impacted individuals and communities.