Trauma & PTSD: From the Perspective of First-Responders Panel Discussion

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Professor Tom Moritz has convened a panel of five first-responders from various local agencies, including police, fire, and medical, who will discuss their experiences on the frontline. The panel will also consider various strategies using mindfulness and other methods to mitigate the effects of trauma and PTSD. This program is particularly well-suited for therapists, chaplains, policymakers, and the general community.

This event is part of UWest’s annual Common Ground celebration and is scheduled for Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 12:00pm PDT. Everyone is welcome. There is no registration or passcode required.

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