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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Disaster Technical Assistance Center Dialogue

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Disaster Technical Assistance Center Dialogue

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
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Volume 9: Issue 1 (2013)
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  • Cross-Cultural Disaster Behavioral Health (by Shamaila Khan, Ph.D.)
  • The Shelter Field Guide: A New Resource for Spontaneous Disaster Shelters (by Kam Kennedy and Arthur Vliet)
  • The Healing Joplin Mural: Tree of Hope (by Jenny Wiley, M.S.W., LCSW)
  • Disaster Response Template Toolkit
Volume 8: Issue 4 (2012)
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  • Meeting Diverse Needs within the Hard-to-Reach Communities of New Jersey (by Julia Wimmer)
  • Reaching New American Youth Post-Disaster (by Sarah Gaer, M.A.)
  • Reaching Out to School-Aged Children in Alabama (by Lisa Turley)
  • North Dakota Crisis Counseling Program Addresses the Needs of Rural Communities (by Eric Upton)
  • The Process of Emotional Recovery through the Arts (by Monserrate Allende Santos, M.D.)
  • Nibthaska Strong: Umonhon Flood Recovery Project (by Denise Bulling, Ph.D., Marcella S. Clark, Rachel Harlan, Jim Harvey, Stacey Hoffman, Joseph Jackson, Matthew Nykodym, and Francine Thomas)
  • Stress Relief Strategies with Disaster Recovery Workers (by Cathy Aikman and Ellia Cohen)
  • CCP Application Toolkit and CCP Job Aid for Crisis Counselors
Volume 8: Issue 3 (2012)
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  • Practicing What We Preach: Answering the Call for Responder Self-Care and Resilience (by Tai J. Mendenhall, Ph.D., LMFT)
  • Building Individual Resilience: Three Essential Tools (by Jackie Crawford, M.S., LP)
  • Community Resilience and National Health Security: An Overview (by Melanie Dollar)
  • HHS Disaster Behavioral Health Concept of Operations
Volume 8: Issue 2 (2011)
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  • Benign Neglect Imperils Children after a Disaster (by Judy Bezon)
  • Disaster Planning for People Experiencing Homelessness (by Sabrina Edgington, M.S.S.W.)
  • The Benefits of Collocating Companion Animals during Disasters (by Diane Robinson)
  • Ready to Remember: Jeremy’s Journey of Hope and Healing
Volume 8: Issue 1 (2011)
*Special Issue: 10th Anniversary of 9/11: Celebrating Recovery and Resilience [PDF – 2.94 Mb]
  • It’s Been 10 years Since 9/11/01 (by April Naturale, Ph.D.)
  • Remembering Flight 93 (by Margaret Pepe, Ph.D.)
  • A Look at Commemorating the Anniversary of 9/11 (by Steven Moskowitz, LMSW)
  • VOICES of September 11th (by Mary Fetchet, LCSW)
  • Lessons from Adversity: Strengthening Preparedness with Reflections from 9/11
Volume 7: Issue 4 (2011)
*Special Issue: Persons with Disabilities and Other Access and Functional Needs [PDF – 3.61 Mb]
  • Effective Use of Peer Crisis Counseling in the Wake of Hurricanes Andrew and Floyd (by Roger Williams, M.S.W.)
  • People with Access and Functional Needs Will No Longer Be Left Behind in Emergencies (by Audrey Pullman, M.D.)
  • Feel Safer, Be Safer: Using Plain Language in Disaster Preparedness (by Mark Starford, M.Ed., and Charlene Jones, M.Ed.)
  • Emergency Communication 4 ALL: A Picture Communication Aid and Online Resources Available for Persons with Disabilities and Other Access and Functional Needs
Volume 7: Issue 3 (2011)
*Special Issue: Tribal Communities [PDF – 903.08 Kb ]
  • Respect with Recovery: One Person’s Lessons Learned from Working with Alaska Native Communities (by Ramona VanCleve)
  • Suicide in Indian Country: The Silent Epidemic (by Jacqueline S. Gray, Ph.D., Choctaw/Cherokee)
  • Suicide Prevention in Native American Communities (by Petrice Post, M.A.)
  • Growing Up Indian
Volume 7: Issue 2 (2011)
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  • Adapting Trauma Interventions for Refugee Families (by Abigail H. Gewirtz, Ph.D., LP, Johara Mohammad, MFT, Paul Orieny, Ph.D., LMFT, and Fatima Tuba Yaylaci, B.A.)
  • Vicarious Trauma (by Nora Baladerian, Ph.D.)
  • Formation of Long-Term Recovery Groups (by Jean Peercy)
  • When Families Grieve
Volume 7: Issue 1 (2011)
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  • Understanding, Accepting, and Managing Anger in Disasters (by Gladys Padro, M.S.W., LSW, and Steven Crimando, M.A.)
  • Case Study: Opening the Lines of Communication through Text Messaging (by Scott Sumrall)
  • The Impact of Personal Bias for Providers and Clients (by Mary Migliaro, M.Ed.)
  • Meeting the Needs of National Guard and Reserve Families (by Mimi McFaul, Psy.D., and Nicola Winkel, M.P.A.)
Volume 6: Issue 2 (2010)
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  • Knowing Cultural Differences Makes All the Difference When Offering Assistance (by John Chavez)
  • Develop Your Psychological First Aid Skills at the PFA Online Center (by Melissa J. Brymer, Ph.D., Psy.D., and Gilbert Reyes, Ph.D.)
  • Our Cultural Experience Working in American Samoa (by Patricia J. Watson, Ph.D., Melissa J. Brymer, Ph.D., Psy.D., and Robin H. Gurwitch, Ph.D.)
  • Compassion Fatigue and Satisfaction: An Overview of the Research and Practice Literature (by Charles R. Figley, Ph.D., Joseph A. Boscarino, Ph.D., M.P.H., and Richard E. Adams, Ph.D.)
  • Emergency Communication 4 All: A Picture Communication Aid
Volume 6: Issue 1 (2010)
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  • Haiti Response Information (by SAMHSA DTAC staff)
  • Multi-State Disaster Behavioral Health Consortium’s Response to the Earthquake in Haiti (by Gladys Padro, M.S.W, LSW)
  • Louisiana Spirit Hurricane Recovery Program: Bringing Back the Spirit of Louisiana (by Louisiana Spirit Staff from the Department of Health and Hospitals, Office of Mental Health: Danita LeBlanc, M.S.W., LCSW, Pierre Washington, and Jody Bennett)
  • Emergency Preparedness, Homelessness, and Mental Health: Caring for Challenged Populations During a Disaster (by Michael Williams, M.D.)
  • SAMHSA Launches the Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program (CCP) Online Data Collection and Evaluation System (by SAMHSA DTAC staff)
  • Practice Guidelines: Core Elements in Responding to Mental Health Crises
  • SAMHSA Task Force Presents at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Meeting (November 2009)
Volume 5: Issue 4 (2009)
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  • This issue of The Dialogue summarizes the information presented and discussed at the All-Hazards Disaster Behavioral Health: Optimizing Psychological Health and Resiliency in Difficult Economic Times Conference.
Volume 5: Issue 3 (2009)
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  • The Mercy Model: A Leadership Approach to Public Mental Health Systems and Population-Based Programs (by LCDR Jeff Coady, Psy.D., CAPT Kevin McGuinness, Ph.D., and CAPT Jon Perez, Ph.D.)
  • Disaster Planning and Opioid Treatment Programs (by Deborah Podus, Ph.D.)
  • Psychological First Aid Utilization by Health Systems (by Sandra Kaplan, M.D., Tammy Blancher, Ph.D., Suzanne Sunday, Ph.D., and Ayme Turnbull, Psy.D.)
  • Psychology Beyond Borders (by Conor Seyle, Ph.D)
  • Tracking Human Factors in the Financial Crisis: Lessons for Pandemic Planning
  • “Five Essential Elements of Immediate and Mid-Term Mass Trauma Intervention: Empirical Evidence”
Volume 5: Issue 2 (2008)
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  • Managing Communications and Media Relations During a Disaster (by the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress)
  • TOPOFF 4 Exercise: The Oregon Venue (by Laurel Hughes, Psy.D., Sean Derrickson, LCSW, Bernadette Dominguez, RN, Michael Jones, M.A., Judy Olivier, Ph.D., Merritt Schreiber, Ph.D., Bob Porter, LCSW, and June Vining, M.S.W.)
  • Building Resilience Among First Responders in Child Protective Services (by Rohini Luthra, Ph.D., Claude Chemtob, Ph.D., and Erika Tullberg)
  • Responding to School Violence
  • Recommended Reading: Interventions Following Mass Violence and Disasters
Volume 5: Issue 1 (2008)
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  • Tourists, Terrorism, and Disasters (by Thom Curtis, Ph.D.)
  • Silent Survivors of Disasters: Older Adults (by John G. Jones, Ph.D.)
  • Survivor-to-Survivor Storytelling and Trauma Recovery (by Carl Lindahl, Ph.D., and Sue Nash, Ph.D.)
  • A New Model for a Statewide Disaster Behavioral Health Response Plan (by Diane Fojt, M.Sc., REMT-P, CFT, Martin Cohen, Ph.D., and Janet Wagner, CMA)
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act and Disaster Response
  • Building Bridges: Mental Health Consumers and Representatives of the Disaster Response Community in Dialogue (by Diane Fojt, M.Sc.,REMT-P, CFT, Martin Cohen, Ph.D., and Janet Wagner, CMA)

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