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Psychological First Aid for First Responders

Psychological First Aid for First Responders

Tips for Emergency and Disaster Response Workers

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Gives tips to emergency response workers and disaster response workers to help disaster survivors cope with the psychological aspects of a traumatic event. Offers strategies for managing intense emotions and promoting a safe, calm environment.



Pub id: NMH05-0210
Publication Date: 1/2005
Popularity: 120
Format: Fact Sheet
Audience: Disaster Response Workers as Audience

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