Aug 26, 2020
Trauma and loss are common issues faced by emergency personnel and first responders. These challenges have since been heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic. On this installment of Mental Health Monthly, Anat ‘Nati’ Geva, PsyD, LP joins us to discuss the stages of grief in response to loss and trauma and how they pertain to first responders and frontline workers in particular. Each of the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, despair and acceptance are addressed and explained so you can expand your understanding of the natural process of grieving, identify signs and symptoms and take steps towards moving forward.
If you or a love one is struggling through the grieving process and need more support, we encourage you to utilize the resources below:
My Strengths - https://mystrength.com/ passcode: TMCAProfessional
Responder Strong - https://you.responderstrong.
Jason’s Foundation - https://jasonfoundation.com/
Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners (also known as “the crisis line”) – 1-844-493-8255 (TALK) https://rmcrisispartners.org/
HCAT – 1-844-556-2012
Anat ‘Nati’ Geva, PsyD, LP
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The focus group follow-up is a complimentary experiential component for individuals who want to deepen their understanding of the material from this podcast. It will benefit those who want to take the opportunity to make the content personal to their situation. In this session, participants will discuss the prominent experiences for participants, have more extended time for Q&A, and then explore (a facet of) the primary model used. Time allowing, participants will be invited to join and share insights for the benefit of all participants.
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