HOPE AND RESILIENCE
Two-Part Symposia Series on Long-term Recovery
The Hope and Resilience Symposia are a two-part series for mental health professionals to learn new perspectives, tools, and techniques to deal effectively and intervene appropriately with individuals affected by Superstorm Sandy.
When a disaster hits a community, the trauma can reverberate with individuals not directly impacted by the disaster. Trained professionals skilled in recognizing disaster-induced trauma can expedite recovery.
The New Jersey Department of Children and Families is pleased to present the Hope and Resilience Symposia in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Health, New Jersey Department of Human Services, and Rutgers University Behavioral Health.
This unique training will feature individuals who have successfully overcome seemingly insurmountable personal adversities. Join us for a day of training and inspiration!
Schedule of Hope and Resilience/Long-term Recovery Training Events
Wednesday, April 8, 2015 – Hope and Resilience/Long-term Recovery (Symposium #1)
Friday, June 5, 2015 – Hope and Resilience/Long-term Recovery (Symposium #2)
Rutgers University is facilitating logistics for these events. For more information, please contact Dalynn Knigge at firstname.lastname@example.org or