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  • 1.Disasters & Terrorism
    People who go through or witness violent events such as school shootings, combat, rape, torture, natural disasters or accidents have experienced a traumatic stress. And some are repeatedly exposed to life or death situations in their work, such as EMT and rescue workers, police officers, fire fighters and military personnel. Discover how psychologists can help.
    Web Page
  • 2.Desastres y terrorismo
    Una selección de artículos sobre los desafíos relacionados a sobrellevar los desastres y eventos de terrorismo.
    Web Article
  • 3.FAQ for APA Response to International Disasters
    Information about APA's response to international disasters, including web-based psychological resources, aiding the United Nations, fielding media inquiries, and donating to the American Red Cross.
    Fact Sheet
  • 4.Emergency Resources
    This page features emergency resources for humanitarian organizations and training opportunites.
    Web Page
  • 5.Trans-World Resource Network: a Clearinghouse for Disaster Response Resources
    An information clearinghouse of resources for psychologists responding to international humanitarian disasters.
    Web Page
  • 6.APA Statement on the Role of Psychologists in International Emergencies
    The statement is intended to orient psychologists to effective disaster response contributions. It is based on international guidelines for psychosocial intervention, on guidance from APA’s Disaster Response Network (DRN) and on guidance from APA’s Committee on International Relations in Psychology (CIRP).
    Statement
  • 7.The Impact of Terrorism and Disasters on Children
    Briefing
  • 8.Natural Disasters
    Even when you’re not hurt physically, disasters can take a serious emotional toll. Normal reactions include intense feelings; flashbacks; trouble concentrating; disrupted eating and sleeping; strained personal relationships; and headaches, nausea or chest pain.
    Psychology Topic
  • 9.Building resilience to manage indirect exposure to terror
    The ability to adapt well to unexpected changes and events can help people manage distress and uncertainty.
    Web Article (April 2013)
  • 10.Disaster Response Network
    The APA Disaster Response Network is a group of licensed psychologists with training in disaster response who offer volunteer assistance to relief workers and survivors in the aftermath of disasters.
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