Online Professional Workshop

6/4/2021 - 6/4/2021
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Online; free; 3.0 CE clock hours, online



Living in a Gulf coast state, we all know that when it comes to natural disasters,

it is a matter of “when” and not “if” it will happen. Much of the time we think

about being physically prepared with extra food and water, which are of

utmost importance for weathering the storm.

But what about afterward? 

Þ What about the psychological and emotional impact of facing a hurricane, tornado, or flooding?

Þ  What can we do to psychologically and emotionally prepare our clients to face a natural disaster?

Attend this free online training seminar for Gulf Coast State Counselors,  

to learn techniques to help clients and the community psychologically and

emotionally prepare for and overcome disasters unique to the Gulf Coast.


 Earn 3CE hours for attending!

Approved by NBCC for Professional Counselors



Seminar Schedule and Agenda:

8:30am, Workshop 9:00am-12:00pm

  • Common psychological and emotional consequences of natural disasters
  • High-risk populations and what was learned after Katrina, including 
  • sociodemographic risk factors and the effects on displaced and nondisplaced families
  • Protective factors for resiliency, again looking at what we learned from
  • Katrina and general research on resiliency after trauma
  • Knowledge and skills for helping professionals
  • - alternative treatment paradigm that promotes resiliency, recovery,
  • and growth, as well as techniques for psychological first aid

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