Meeting the post-intervention needs of first responders: Reports from first responder leaders – Panel

Description

A panel of first responders representing police, FBI, firefighters, and medics who received early EMDR treatment following the Sandy Hook shooting will discuss their departments’ mental health needs in the aftermath of this disaster. Attention will be focused both on how mental health, public safety, and medical departments can build resilience amongst their workers who dispatch to disaster and on the impact of response to their department’s growing focus on mental health disaster preparedness via peer support and ongoing mental health interventions.

Partnering with and Serving First Responders: Collaboration Models and Intervention Services– Robbie Adler-Tapia

Special Interest Groups– Reports from five SIGs on their meetings during conference and findings

Summation: Conference Review, Meeting Reports, Future Directions – Meeting reporters- Panel commentary: Rolf Carriere Derek Farrell, Marilyn Luber, Louise Maxfield, Mark Nickerson, Udi Oren

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Richard Kamin
Dan Stebbins
Tom Veivia
Theodore Stanek

Original Work Citation

Kamin, R., Stebbins, D., Veiva, T., & Stanek, T. (2018, April). Meeting the post-intervention needs of first responders: Reports from first responder leaders – Panel. Panel presentation at the EMDR Early Intervention and Crisis Response Global Summit Conference, Natick, MA

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Citation

“Meeting the post-intervention needs of first responders: Reports from first responder leaders – Panel,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed December 19, 2018, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/25374.

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