Skills for Psychological Recovery ECHO (3)
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About The Event
Skills for Psychological Recovery is a brief, early intervention that aims to help individuals and families cope with ongoing stress and adversities in the weeks and months after a trauma or disaster. In this ECHO series, participants will be introduced to the Skills for Psychological Recovery model and learn how to use these skills in the recovery phase of a trauma or disaster or as a follow-up to acute crisis interventions like Psychological First Aid. This training is for an array of community stakeholders, including community leaders, clinicians, health care providers, and educators. Participants will have an opportunity to observe role play examples as well as practice skills. Further, specific needs of disaster-affected youth and families will be discussed in the context of early intervention approaches.
All sessions are from 1-3 PM CST. This is an ECHO training series and each session
covers different material. Please plan to attend all four dates.
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