Building Mental Wellness and Psychosocial Resilience for Climate Change - RSVP
June 12, 2017, 1:30 pm EDT
Johns Hopkins University

The International Transformational Resilience Coalition and the American Public Health Association will present the “Building Mental Wellness and Psychosocial Resilience for Climate Change” workshop on June 12, 1:30, at Johns Hopkins University [WHERE?]. While public health programs focus on providing short-term assistance during and after major climate events, the public also needs long-term strategies to cope with the strain that rising, ongoing climate change has on mental health and psychosocial well-being.

To meet this need, Bob Doppelt, workshop leader and coordinator of the ITRC, worked with a team of mental health, resilience and trauma treatment specialists to develop the Resilient GrowthTM model. In this workshop --- livecast by APHA on its website --- Doppelt will illustrate how public health professionals can help build widespread resilience for the traumas and toxic stresses of climate change. Register for the workshop and/or livecast today!

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