When Tragedy Strikes Communities

Date(s) - Nov 7
8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut


Panel Presentation, Part Two of Responding to Newtown

Acute and Long-Term Clinical Work in the Wake of Trauma

Working since the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School with children, families, first responders, and colleagues in the mental health field, this panel has much to share about their clinical experiences.  Moderated by Karen Alter-Reid, PhD, the panel will address the short and long term issues facing children and their families, spiritual issues that arise in the course of disaster treatment, forming and maintaining a trauma recovery network, EMDR and somatic experiencing work and trauma treatment.  There will be ample time allotted for questions and sharing.

5 CECs

Sponsored by NASW/CT and the Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut.

Registration from 8:30 t0 9:00 and Lunch is on your own from 11:45 to 1:15.

$30 NASW Members; $50 non members*

*Reduced prices made possible by Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut sponsorship