Worst case scenarios in recent trauma responseSummary sheet: Worst care scenarios in recent trauma response (Luber)
Going to the scene of a disaster is a great service to those in distress and needing assistance. However, this type if work is not one-sided. The survivors' heart-breaking narratives, the sights, smells, sounds, and feelings that assault the sensorium of the mental health responder can range from uncomfortable to overwhelming. It is with this in mind that we offer the suggestions below that we have found helpful during the many years of our work responding to man-made and natural disasters.
Original Work Citation
Jarero, I., & Uribe, S. (2015). Worst case scenarios in recent trauma response. In L. Luber's (Ed.), EMDR for Clinician Self-Care: Models, Scripted Protocols, and Summary Sheets for Mental Health Interventions (pp. 47-55). New York: NY: Springer Publishing Co
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