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Emergency services personnel have become increasingly aware of the toll that unique occupation-related stressors may have on their quality of life. The very nature of emergency service jobs may expose these individuals routinely, or periodically, to stressful events which they may or may not be able to work through satisfactorily on their own. Factors which cause stress to one individual may not be stressful for another. worker or group of emergency workers.
Fund Raiser for Institute
We would like to ask for your help. We have created a fundraiser to help raise money for the Rocky Mountain Disaster Mental Health Institute in order to promote and support our trainings, workshops and annual Disaster Mental Health Conference and Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) trainings for mental health providers and first responders as well as providing debriefings for first responders following incidents by our trained teams around the state, especially in underserved rural areas.
Our fundraiser depends on people like you for support. In an effort to make it convenient for you to donate, we have created our own fundraising web site. You can support our fundraiser by making a secure online donation. Our fundraiser receives 100% of the funds after a 5% bank and processing fee.
We are asking for a $20 donation, but obviously any amount that you can donate would be appreciated.
Please go to our PayPal site by selecting the button below and supporting our fundraiser today.
Thank you for your support and assistance. The Rocky Mountain Region Disaster Mental Health Institute is a 501(c)(3)non-profit tax exempt organization.
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The Rocky Mountain Region Disaster Mental Health Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax exempt Organization
* 8TH Rocky Mountain Disaster Mental Health Conference Proceedings: November, 2009 – Cheyenne, Wyoming
“BEING THERE WHEN IT COUNTS”
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Rocky Mountain Region
Disaster Mental Health Institute
Laramie, WY 82073-0786
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CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS:
Here is the Announcement for the AWR-160 Rescheduled for first week in November 9-12, 2012 - Check for specific date as well as the link to register: AWR-160
Conference Dates changed to November 9-12, 2012
Give An HourGive an Hour is asking mental health professionals nationwide to literally give an hour of their time each week to provide free mental health services to military personnel and their families. Target population is the U.S. troops and families who are being affected by the current military conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.
RETURN TO EQUILIBRIUM: Disaster Mental Health and Returning Military and Families -
Proceedings of the 5th Rocky Mountain Region
Disaster Mental Health Conference - Casper, WY November 8-11, 2006
Disaster Mental Health, Crisis Interventions And Critical Incident Stress Management: Current Status and Future Directions Proceedings of 4th Annual Disaster Mental Health Conference
Estes Park, CO October 20-22, 2005
3rd Annual Conference Proceedings and Photos
April 21-24, 2004
Online Courses for CEU credit:
For information, CLICK HERE
OTHER ARTICLES ONLINE:
ORDER AND PURCHASE BOOKS online
Here is the Announcement for the AWR-160 Class rescheduled for first week in November (November 9-12 - check back for specific date during that week) as well as the link to register: AWR-160-Registration
Conference Registration and Agenda/Schedule Please check back regularly for updates. Re-scheduled for November 9-12, 2012). Call 307-399-4818 with questions and further information.
Below is the link to online courses available for credit and the two interviews done on PODCAST mp3 with some folks in Austin, TX about the two books. We are also considering possible conference presenters dealing with earthquakes and/or Haiti response if we can find some way to get it funded.
Certification Process for CISM teams and members who meet the requirements:
The certification requirements are located at: http://www.rmrinstitute.org/ Certification_Requirements.pdf Certification Fees: http://www.rmrinstitute.org/ Paybutton.html
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The training is for anyone working in the fields of: emergency medical services and trauma units, crisis intervention, mental health, traumatic stress, emergency services, disaster mental health, military, National Guard & Reserve, schools, law enforcement, firefighters, chaplains and other first responders.
ADDITIONAL ONLINE DISASTER MENTAL HEALTH COURSES FOR CEUs
For those who may be interested, we also have a few courses that are available online and are approved for CEUs. They involve self-study, an online exam, and, upon successful completion, a certificate can be printed online. They are approved for APA and other CEU credits. The links for these courses and info about them are available at: http://www. rmrinstitute.org/disas-courses.html
Interview for two of the books by an online and radio book reviewer in Austin, TX (Inside Scoop Live). They are mp3 available through the following links for those interested:
* "From Crisis to Recovery: Strategic Planning for Response, Resilience, and Recovery" Interview is at: http://insidescooplive.com/author-pages/ Doherty-George_Crisis_to_Recovery.html
* “CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING FOR DISASTER WORKERS: An Introduction” Interview is on Inside Scoop Live and is located at: http:// www.insidescooplive.com/author-pages/ Doherty-George-reading-interview.html
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10th Rocky Mountain Region
Disaster Mental Health Conference
November 9-12, 2011
This Conference has been cancelled due to a lack of Registrations. Please return to this site for information concerning the dates for 2012 Annual Conference.
If any questions, Call: 307-399-4818 or send email: email@example.com
until 11th Rocky Mountain
Disaster Mental Health Conference.
Here is the Announcement for the AWR-160 Class in November. Call Academy or 307-399-4818 for specific new date as well as the link to register: AWR-160-Registration
“The legacy of trauma: lessons learned for mitigation and response”
Conference Registration and Agenda/Schedule Please check back regularly for updates. New dates: November, 2012
SEE BELOW FOR CEU Online Trainings:
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ONLINE COURSES: CEUs APPROVED
• NEW COURSE:Crises, Mental Health,
Disaster Mental Health In Rural Environments - 10 CEUs
Additional Course Descriptions
RETURN TO EQUILIBRIUM: Disaster Mental Health - 4 CEU
Abed Continuing Ed! psychceu.com - Listing: All Courses
CURRENT WYO CISM NET Newsletter:
Major topics this month include:
Major articles this month include:
1. "It Can't Happen Here"
2. The Chaplain’s Corner “The Kind of Attitude”
3. 9th Rocky Mountain Disaster Mental Health Conference/Workshops - UPDATE
4. Interviews on New Book: "Crisis In The American Heartland:
Disaster And Mental Health In Rural Environments: An Introduction (Volume 1)
a. "Rural Communities Are More Individualistic And Spiritual"5. New Course for Conuinuing Education (10 CEUs) online: http://www.psychceu.com/Doherty/rural/rural_index.asp
b. Psychological Support For Elders In Rural Areas"
BOOK published by Rocky Mountain Disaster Mental Health Institute Press: "Crisis Intervention Training for Disaster Workers: An Introduction" http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1932690425 ONLINE COURSE FOR Continuing Education Credit: "Crisis Intervention Training for Disaster Responders" http://www.psychceu.com/CISM/cism_index.asp
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Additional Background Here.
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• Effects of Hurricane Georges in Puerto Rico September, 1998
The effects of Hurricane Georges in Puerto Rico were some of the worst since Hurricane Hugo in 1989. Hurricane Georges was the first hurricane to cross the entire island since the San Ciprian Hurricane in 1932. Georges formed on September 15, 1998 as Tropical Depression Seven off the African coast. It strengthened into a Category 4-hurricane on September 19 as it made landfall in the Lesser Antilles and made landfall on the island on September 22 as a Category 2-hurricane. Georges caused $1.9 billion (1998 USD, $2.25 billion 2006 USD) in damage to the island.
7th Rocky Mountain Region Disaster Mental Health Conference
TODAY's INTERNATIONAL HEADLINES:
Click on the links below to access a live interview and reviews and comments of recent publications and contents of the 6th Rocky Mountain Region Disaster Mental Health Institute. The interviews also discuss an overview of the field of disaster mental health and CISM. Feedback and comments are welcome.
Interview is on InsideScoop Live and is located at: http://www.insidescooplive.com/author-pages/Doherty-George-reading-interview.html
Please feel free to link to it or download the mp3. This interview is now posted on iTunes as well as 30+ podcast directories.
The interview will also be broadcast on www.blogtalkradio.com on Monday, April 28th at 3 p.m. CST.http://www.readerviews.com/InterviewDohortyProceedings6th.html Please forward the link for the interview or hard copies to interested friends, colleagues and others.
Touching the Victims of Disasters