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In the Wake of the StormCo-Sponsor:
Marin Medical Reserve CorpsContact Name:
Nancy H HaugenWebsite: email@example.comPhone:
9 AM to 1 PMCE Hours:
workshop to give participants information and experience in disaster mental health. Lecture, role-playing, hands-on experience actually doing disaster mental healthNotes:
“In the Wake of the Storm”
This 4 hour workshop will give you the most important and powerful experience of Disaster Mental Health that you could possibly have. It is the one training that you don’t want to miss.
You will be introduced to:
1. The psychological phases of a disaster
2. To the 8 core actions that are the base for Psych First Aid
3. The 4 step guide to interaction/conversations with a disaster survivor (concrete, hands on practice with this).
You will leave understanding what is happening, what is the main priority and what to do. The difference between therapy and disaster mental health will be clear. You will feel confident that you will know what to do if a man-made or natural disaster occurs and how to support yourself, your family, your community, and your clients.
Diane Myers, R.N., P.H.N., M.S.N., C.T.S., B.C.E.T.S. is a nationally recognized expert in the field of Disaster Mental Health besides being the author of articles and research. You will learn the leading edge research and information about managing intense emotions and you will be taught by a truly gifted teacher. Diane Myers is a compelling, inspiring, brilliant teacher/trainer. As one participant said, “She simply knocks it out of the ballpark”. Everytime. She is that good.
Nancy Haugen, Ph.D. is the Chairperson for the Disaster Mental Health for both the Marin County Psychological Association and the Marin Medical Reserve Corps. She is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (WOS) at UCSF Medical School and has a private practice.
Date/Time: Saturday, March 9th. 9 AM to 1 PM. (Will start and end on time)
Location: 100 Corte Madera Town Center, Corte Madera, CA. 94925 (2nd floor)
Cost: Just workshop- $40.00. Workshop and CE credit - $55.00. Bring check made out to Nancy H. Haugen, Ph.D. to the workshop.
CE Credits are available for Ph.D., R. N., MFT, and LCSW.
Register: Email Nancy Haugen firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the Marin Medical Reserve Corps.
CEs for psychologists are provided by The Spiritual Competency Resource Center which is co-sponsoring this program and is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. SCRC maintains responsibility for the program and its content. SCRC is a California Board of Registered Nursing Provider (BRN) and a Board of Behavioral Sciences Provider (BBS). For questions about CE contact, visit www.spiritualcompetency.com or contact David Lukoff, PhD at email@example.com or (707) 763-3576. ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS PROGRAM, CONTACT NANCY HAUGEN 415-492-1171
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9 AM - intro; overview; phases of a disaster
10 AM - what is normal; Medical Reserve Corps Core Competencies
11 AM - Psych First Aid - SAMHSA model; "4 step Guide to Conversation.
Noon - demonstration, role-playing. conclusion