Publication Year: 2010
This is an evidence-informed modular approach for assisting people in the immediate aftermath of disaster and terrorism. It aims to reduce initial distress, and foster short and long-term adaptive functioning. It is for use by mental health specialists such as first responders, emergency health care providers, school crisis response teams, faith-based organizations, disaster relief organizations, Community Emergency Response Teams, Medical Reserve Corps, and the Citizens Corps.
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National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
National Center for PTSD (116D), 215 North Main Street
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