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2022-2023 Webinars

THE MENTAL HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF PERFECTIONISM IN AMERICAN COLLEGE STUDENTS

Malaika Brown, PhD
May 23rd, 2023, 1:00:pm-2:00pm EST

Perfectionism has been identified by the American Psychological Association (APA) as a rising mental health issue over the past three (3) decades. According to APA researchers, “Increases in perfectionism have the potential to explain some of the increase in the prevalence of psychopathology. Perfectionism is a core vulnerability to a variety of disorders, symptoms, and syndromes” (Curran & Hill, 2019). Among American college students, there has been a dramatic increase in the prevalence of socially prescribed perfectionism between 1989 and 2016. Socially prescribed perfectionism has been closely linked to serious mental health disorders. As stakeholders in the college systems, it is necessary to be informed to identify symptoms, be an advocate and connect students to resources. References Curran, T., & Hill, A. P. (2019). Perfectionism is increasing over time: A meta-analysis of birth cohort differences from 1989 to 2016. Psychological bulletin, 145(4), 410. Hewitt, P. L., Flett, G. L., & Mikail, S. F. (2017). Perfectionism: A relational approach to conceptualization, assessment, and treatment. Guilford Publications.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Identify the symptoms of perfectionism in college students
  • Effectively summarize the correlation between perfectionism and mental issues in college students
  • Apply knowledge to identify campus, city, county, state and national resources available to assist college students dealing with mental health issues due to perfectionism

 

Video Presentation 

PowerPoint Presentation

REVITALIZING OUR EXHAUSTED BRAINS: A MENTAL BANDWIDTH

Tina Bhargava, DrPH
April 20th, 2023, 12:00pm-1:00pm EST

In the aftermath of the uncertainty and strain of the COVID-19 pandemic, the vast majority of us are functioning with greatly depleted mental bandwidth—a resource critical to effectiveness, creativity, and nuanced decision-making. In this presentation, Dr. Tina Bhargava will discuss how this cognitive scarcity can lead to feelings of disengagement and demoralization, as well as poorer outcomes, both personally and professionally. Dr. Bhargava will explain mental bandwidth and then share some simple principles and practices that can protect mental bandwidth in order to increase opportunities for innovation, success, and revitalization.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Describe mental bandwidth, what impacts its availability, and how it can shape human behavior/choices
  • Describe how mental bandwidth impacts productivity, satisfaction, and other important outcomes
  • Describe strategies to protect mental bandwidth and increase desired outcomes

 

Video Presentation 

PowerPoint Presentation

SUBSTANCE MISUSE TRENDS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Cindy Clouner, MPH, LSW, OCPS
Ahmed Hosni, MSW
March 30th, 2023, 11:30am-12:30pm EST

This session will explore the current trends in substance misuse among college students and discuss how campuses can better meet the needs of their students across the
continuum of care. Join us to learn more about how alcohol, cannabis, and fentanyl is impacting students, the expansion of recovery supports on campuses, and national, state, and local resources that can support efforts to fill gaps within the continuum of care on your campus.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to describe current trends related to
    collegiate substance misuse, specifically related to alcohol,
    cannabis, prescription drugs, and fentanyl.
  • Participants will be able to define the continuum of care, from
    prevention through recovery, and identify strategies they can
    employ to fill existing gaps in service
  • Participants will be able to list existing national, state, and local
    resources available that can support the implementation of
    strategies addressing the continuum of care.

 

Video Presentation 

PowerPoint Presentation

MOTIVATIONAL STRATEGIES TO ENGAGE STUDENTS VIOLATING THE CODE OF CONDUCT

Russell Spieth, PhD
February 16th, 2023, 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Dr. Spieth will discuss lessons learned from 25 years of experience serving mandated clients in community mental health, drug and mental health courts, and university-based counseling. Included in this presentation is a discussion of the value of integrating normative feedback, motivational interviewing, and harm reduction into programming for college students violating the code of conduct. Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based, collaborative, person centered, guiding conversation style to strengthen a person’s own motivation to change. Based on the 3rd edition of Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change (Miller and Rollnick, 2013), this 1-hour training will cover the underlying mindset, core skills and strategies of MI.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Appreciate how to use motivational techniques to establish the working alliance
  • Detail strategies to promote healthy change
  • Understand the rationale for incorporating harm reduction into the planning process

 

Video Presentation 

PowerPoint Presentation

COMPREHENSIVE APPROACHES FOR ADDRESSING STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH: NEEDS AND
OPPORTUNITIES FOR FIRST-GENERATION STUDENTS

Sara Abelson, PhD, MPH
January 26th, 2023 12:00pm-1:00pm EST

Student mental health concerns are on the rise and exceeding the capacity of colleges and universities to respond clinically. Dr. Sara Abelson will present on public health opportunities and interventions for improving student mental health in higher education, based on her recent multidisciplinary review of the evidence-base, published in the Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research. She will cover the unique needs of first-generation students and identify critical approaches for enhancing the mental health and wellbeing of this important population of students.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Participants will identify the unique mental health needs of first-generation college students
  • Participants will describe individual, interpersonal, community, and institutional-level interventions for addressing student mental health
  • Participants will describe important approaches for supporting the mental health of first-generation college students

 

Video Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Follow-up resources provided by Dr. Abelson

PIONEERING A PATH FORWARD: ENGAGING AND UNDERSTANDING THE VITALITY OF NEEDS FOR LATINX STUDENTS

Magda Gomez, Ed.D.
Iris Mirelez, M.Ed.
Alejandro Martinez Jr., MSW, LSW
Jessica Cartagena, MBA
November 8th, 2022, 12:00pm-1:00pm EST

The Ohio Program for Campus Safety and Mental Health invites you to join us for a panel presentation with Magda Gomez, Ed.D., Executive Director Diversity & Inclusion,
Cuyahoga Community College, Jessica Cartagena, M.B.A., Program Manager, Hispanic Council, Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) Alejandro Martinez Jr., MSW, LSW Clinical Social Worker, Teleayuda Ohio and Iris Mirelez, Assistant Director of Student Diversity, Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED), as we discuss engaging and understanding the mental health needs of Latinx students. Hispanic enrollment at institutions of higher education is expected to exceed 4.1 million students nationwide by 2026*, yet the ability to access mental health services, low utilization and gaps in prevention and early intervention persists. With the anticipation that Latinx students are surpassing the growth rate of any other racial-ethnic group, it is ever more vital that the unmet needs and barriers for accessing services including outreach and educational strategies are incorporated into best practices and concepts to combat stigma amongst this community.

Video Presentation 

PowerPoint Presentation

CAMPUS SAFETY: PREVENTION WITH A PURPOSE

Joseph A. Hendry Jr. PSP
October 12th, 2022, 12:00pm – 1:00pm EST

Campus safety takes the entire community. From leadership, law enforcement and security personnel to student affairs, counseling and the students themselves, it’s vital for everyone to understand how they can better identify concerning behaviors and prevent harm to self and others on their campuses. Through cross-functional collaboration, training, tools and technology, it is possible to create prevention processes and encourage participation in the detection of early warning signs. With rising mental health and public safety concerns top of mind for many this school year, this is not a webinar you’ll want to miss.

Webinar Objectives:

• Identify strategies and best practices for effective prevention through training, tools and technology.
• Learn why students are in the best position to report concerning behaviors and how campus stakeholders can encourage this action.
• Recognize why it requires compassion to report and respond to mental health crises.

Video Presentation 

PowerPoint Presentation

EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES TO BUILD CAMPUS-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

Cecilia Amoakohene
September 29th, 2022, 12:00pm – 1:00pm EST

The creation of partnerships between campuses and community organizations can help to ease organization strain and support the work of meeting the increased, more complex mental health needs of students through combined knowledge and resources. But once these partnerships are formed, they need to be nurtured and supported by all involved. This webinar will give participants the knowledge and skills to maintain intentional, student-focused partnerships aimed at supporting mental health on campus. The webinar will also introduce participants to methods for engaging students effectively and working with non-traditional partners.

Webinar Objectives:

• Describe the importance of maintaining intentionally built partnerships
• Explain the importance of utilizing the ideal form(s) of engagement based on the type of partnership being pursued and the partner(s) involved
• Recognize that partnerships with non-traditional partners can have positive benefits for students as well as all partners at the table

Conference

OPCSMH 6th Biennial Conference: reimagining campus-community partnerships: Breaking down the silos

May 18th, 2023, Columbus, Ohio

Keynote: From Science to Social Action: Mental Health, Stigma and Student Empowerment

Bernice Pescosolido, PhD, M.Phil., M.A.

Distinguished Professor at Indiana University, Director, Indiana Consortium for Mental Health Services Research, Director, Irsay Institute for Sociomedical Science

PowerPoint Presentation

Video Presentation 

Afternoon Plenary: Impact and Opportunities for Peer Support in Higher Education

Kelly Davis, MS

Associate Vice President of Peer and Youth Advocacy at Mental Health America

Rei Scott, AAS

Executive Board Member of Students, Students with Psychosis

PowerPoint Presentation

Video Presentation

Breaking Down Silos & Building New Partnerships: Next Gen Community-University Partnerships

Gavin Luter, PhD

Adjunct Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Clinical Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison & Managing Director, UniverCity Alliance, University of Wisconsin-Madison

PowerPoint Presentation

Video Presentation

Culturally Responsive Engagement of Systemically Oppressed Students Living with Psychosis

Crystal N. Dunivant, MSW, LSW

FIRST Consultant & Trainer, (BeST) Center, NEOMED

Nick Dunlap, M.Ed., LPCC

FIRST Consultant & Trainer, (BeST) Center, NEOMED

PowerPoint Presentation

Audio Presentation

Gambling and Lethality: Why Ask?

Abdullah Mahmood, LSW, LCDCIII-GAMBp, OCPSA

Program Coordinator, Problem Gambling Network of Ohio

PowerPoint Presentation

Audio Presentation

Hey, I’m Here Ohio: A youth-led conversation on mental wellness and resilience in a multi-media driven society

Katie Bachmeyer, BA

Project Director; Storyteller, Hey I’m Here, Founder of Bachmeyer Press

Amanda Stoddard, CRPS

Communications Director, Recovery Center of Hamilton County, Hey I’m Here Squad

Liliana Covetta

Hey I’m Here Squad

Leroy Bean

Hey I’m Here Squad

PowerPoint Presentation

Video Presentation

I am Deaf! Do You Know How to Include Me Too? Understanding the Needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: Considerations for Inclusive Practices

Maria O’Neil Ruddock, PsyD

Consultant, Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center Community Engagement and Advocacy Community Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing – Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center/Community Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Sandra Hatibovic, BS

Community Outreach Specialist, Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center (CHSC)

PowerPoint Presentation

Implementing an Interprofessional Suicide Prevention Curriculum at Your Institution

Austin Lucas, BS

Program Director, Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation

PowerPoint Presentation

Audio Presentation 

Mental Health is Physical Health: Stigma Reduction Starts with Me

Chardé Hollins, MSW, LSW

Executive Director, Relevant Connections

PowerPoint Presentation

Mental Health & Wellness Initiatives: Building Sustainable University & Community Partnerships

Oscar McKnight, PhD, LPCC-S LSW

Associate Dean of Student Affairs & Director of Psychological Counseling & Health Services, Ashland University

David Ross, M.Ed., LPCC

Executive Director, The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Ashland

PowerPoint Presentation

Video Presentation 

(Out)Reach for the Stars!: Creating Counseling Center Outreach Opportunities for Marginalized Populations

Phil Hughes, MA, LPCC

Staff Clinician & Assistant Director of Outreach, Bowling Green State University Counseling Center

PowerPoint Presentation

Audio Presentation

Taking the Leap: Using the embedded counseling model to promote access and inclusivity to ensure student success

Jennifer Radt, MSW, LSW

Associate Dean, Student Affairs & Services, University of Cincinnati Clermont

Dalziel Reliford-Stone, MA, LPCC-S

Embedded Clinician, Counseling & Psychological Services/Student Wellness at The University of Cincinnati

Gianluca Bruno, MA, LPCC-S

Clinical Counselor, University of Cincinnati

PowerPoint Presentation

Audio Presentation

2021-2022 Webinars

WHAT THE LAUNCH OF 988 MEANS FOR CRISIS CARE

STACEY FROHNAPFEL-HASSON, MPA, OCPC
APRIL 26TH, 12-1 P.M. EST

In July 2022, a 3-digit 988 number will revolutionize how people reach out for help in a suicidal, mental or substance use related crisis. National health advocates, the federal government and the Federal Communications Commission determined that a 911-like number is needed to support people in need of crisis care, especially for those experiencing suicide attempts or thoughts of suicide. A diverse swath of Ohio leadership and advocates in the field have been planning for implementation of 988. Learn how it can affect your campus community and outreach efforts.

Objectives

• Learn what 988 is and how it will change the front door for crisis care.
• Understand how the 988 network will work in Ohio.
• Begin to develop campus community plans for integration and service supports.

Video Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

STUDENT PANEL

PROMOTING HOPE, WELLNESS AND RESILIENCE: ELEVATING THE IMPACT OF THE STUDENT VOICE

ALEAH CUMBERBATCH, MPA, RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, OHIO UNIVERSITY C/O 2021
MATTHEW TROTTA, FOUNDER OF PEERZLE LLC, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERITY C/O 2021
OLIVIA DEGITZ, MSW, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY C/O 2022

Student voice represents a growing movement in higher education, and there is something to learn from every individual regardless of age, culture, socioeconomic status, or other qualifying factors. This student panel promotes to campus stakeholders that the student voice is essential. Students have diverse perspectives and needs, and the staff and faculty are needed to support and provide the necessary services. This also highlights the impact of feedback and the changes and improvements that can be made in the campus community to support students and inspire others to make a difference.

Video Presentation

CAMPUS BURNOUT IN THE COVID ERA

JOEL GECHT, PH.D.
MARCH 9TH,  12-1 P.M. EST

While the stresses of everyday life remain in full force, the multifaceted impact of COVID-19 has changed the playing field for all of us. This reality hit hard and continues to exacerbate our physical and mental health challenges. This is especially true on college campuses. Together with other work, family, and social pressures, the focus on understanding and attending to our mental health needs has grown to take center stage. This webinar will review Burnout from several perspectives and explore specific coping strategies and mental health insights specifically geared for faculty and staff because we can all benefit from gaining additional insights.

Objectives

• Review of Burnout factors
• Expand your focus on coping strategies to reduce stress, pressure, and anxiety
• Explore when and how to use available resources to support mental health needs and challenges

Video Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation 

Using Stress to Your Advantage Exercise 

PROMOTING STUDENT WELLNESS, SUCCESS AND RETENTION: APPLYING THE EIGHT DIMENSIONS OF WELLNESS

Objectives:
  • Identify strategies within the Eight Dimensions of Wellness that increase student success
  • Identify best practices within a cultural context that could promote health and wellness for BIPOC students at Institutions of Higher Education

Speakers: Danielle Busby, Ph.D. & Meredith Hope Ph.D.

Video Presentation 

Dr. Busby PowerPoint and Resources

Dr. Hope PowerPoint and Resources 

FACILITATING RECOVERY AFTER TRAUMA AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS

Objectives:
  •  To identify common myths about individuals with PTSD and suicide risk.
  •  To describe recommended approaches for treating suicidal patients with PTSD

Speaker: Craig J. Bryan PsyD, ABPP

Featured Moderator: Randon Welton, M.D.

Video Presentation 

PowerPoint Presentation 

WHAT IT IS LIKE TO LOSE SOMEONE TO SUICIDE: PROMOTING HOPE AND RESILIENCE IN SUICIDE LOSS SURVIVORS

Objectives:
  • How losing someone to suicide impacts loved ones
  • Define “normal” reactions to suicide
  • Define Post-traumatic Growth
  • Determine how to assist suicide loss survivors.

Speaker: Rebecca Prather, MISW, LISW-S

Video Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation 

 

Conference

OPCSMh 5th BIENNIAL CONFERENCE: CREATING COMMUNITY WELLNESS: EQUITY AND INCLUSION IN STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH
MAY 18, 2021, ONLINE

Keynote: Justin A. Chen, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Medical Director at Massachusetts General Hospital
PowerPoint Presentation
Video Presentation

David Rivera, PhD
Associate Professor, Queens College-City University of New York
PowerPoint Presentation
Video Presentation

Conference Sessions

2020-2021 Webinars

INFORMATIONAL WEBINAR: SUICIDE PREVENTION RESOURCES & INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION SUICIDE PREVENTION COLLEGE CURRICULUM

Details: OPCSMH May 20, 2021 webinar 2021
Two timeframes: May 20, 2021, 10:00 am and 2:00 pm

Presenters: Austin Lucas, BS (Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation), Jessica
Zavala, MPA (Ohio Program for Campus Safety and Mental Health), Laura
Lewis, MA, LPCC-S (Ohio State University Suicide Prevention Program)
The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation, The Ohio Program for Campus Safety
& Mental Health and The Ohio State Suicide Prevention Program will
collaborate on a webinar to share suicide prevention resources and trainings
for Ohio campus stakeholders and details on how to incorporate the
Interprofessional Education Suicide Prevention College Curriculum into your
campuses Fall or Spring course curriculum offering. Two sessions will be
available. An informational webinar at 10:00 am and technical assistance for
interested campuses at 2:00 pm.

Beyond Telehealth: Use, Evidence, and Informed Decision Making around Smartphone Apps for College Mental Health

Speakers:
John Torous, MD, MBI
Jennifer Melcher
April 13, 2021 1:00pm – 2:00pm

As colleges continue their digital transformation of mental health services, understanding the evidence and use cases for mental health smartphone apps is critical. This talk will explore the latest reviews and research on how colleges are using apps, discuss the research implications of new monitoring/treatment implications, and cover practical clinical consideration around integrating apps into treatment. A focus on safety and regulatory issues will outline current best practices and an evidence based approach app for selecting apps will be explained with case examples.

Participants will be able to:
– List the four stages of the American Psychiatric Associations app evaluation framework and understand how each stage can inform app selection
– Understand at least three risks and three benefits in using apps in care
– Recognize aspects of apps that student’s value and how those can be incorporated into treatment

The Impact of COVID-19 Among the DD Population in Higher Education

Speakers: Valerie Miller, MA, CCC-SLP; Amanda Kafcsak, MS; Ashley Burt, M.Ed., LPCC
March 23, 2021 11:30am – 12:30pm
PowerPoint 2021-03-23 OPCSMH Webinar PPT

Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (DD) are one of the most vulnerable populations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Like the general population, the DD population has experienced upheaval amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The DD community has been presented with a unique set of challenges that impact their physical, psychological, and social wellbeing. Although there are many challenges, there have also been benefits for this group. This training will explore the early research of both the negative and positive impacts on the DD population, practical support strategies, and resources. This training will also offer a firsthand perspective from a remarkable young woman on the Autism Spectrum named Grace. She is a Good Life Ambassador for the Cuyahoga Board of Developmental Disabilities and currently attending Cleveland State University in pursuit of a major in psychology and a minor in neuroscience.

Session Objectives:
• Recognize the concerns and challenges faced by the DD community during the COVID-19 pandemic including the physical, psychological, and social impacts.
• Identify contributing factors to the unique challenges experienced among the DD population during the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Recognize the benefits of the COVID-19 pandemic for some in the DD community.
• Identify practical strategies and resources that can be utilized to better support individuals with DD through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Parental Involvement-Building Partnerships

Speakers: Vickie Nelson and Dr. Lynn Abrahams, College Parent Central
October 13, 2020 12:30pm – 1:30pm
PowerPoint – 2020-10-13 CSMH Webinar PPT

OHIO SUICIDE PREVENTION PLAN AND HIGHER EDUCATION

Speaker: Austin Lucas, Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation
November 17, 2020, 11:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m.
Video Presentation
PowerPoint – 2020-11-17 OPCSMH Webinar PPT

USING ADAPTIVE AND CRISIS LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES TO TRANSITION COLLEGE MENTAL HEALTH DURING THE PANDEMIC

Speakers: Dr. Katharine Oh and Dr. Brittany Sommers, Cleveland State University Counseling Center
December 16, 2020 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Video Presentation
PowerPoint – 2020-02-16 OPCSMH Webinar PPT
Transcript – December 2020 Webinar Transcript

HELPING COLLEGE STUDENTS SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATE THE FIRST EPISODE OF PSYCHOSIS

Speakers: Crystal N. Dunivant, M.S.W., LSW,  and Nicholas Dunlap, M.Ed., LPCC, Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (BeST) Center, NEOMED
Feb. 16, 1 p.m.  ET
PowerPoint – 2020-02-16 OPCSMH Webinar PPT

 

2018-2019 WEBINARS
View the 2018-2019 OPCSMH webinar series

IMPLEMENTING THE ZERO SUICIDE MODEL ON CAMPUS
Sept. 20, 2018 – Ruperto Perez, Ph.D. University of Alabama

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS FOR SERVING THE LGBTQIA+ COMMUNITY
Oct. 16, 2018 – Liz Roccoforte, MA, Case Western Reserve University

MEDICAL MARIJUANA AND ITS IMPACT ON CAMPUS
Nov. 15, 2018
Cindy Clouner, BSW, Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery

COLLECTIVE ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF SUICIDALITY (CAMS)
Jan. 31, 2019 – Amber Miracle

STARTING A COLLEGIATE RECOVERY COMMUNITY
Feb. 13, 2019 – Michael Harhager

SUPPORTING COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH ACCOMMODATIONS FOR SERIOUS AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
March 20, 2019 – Dori S. Hutchinson, Sc.D., CPRP, CFRP

THE INTERSECTION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ACADEMIC PROGRESS
April 10, 2019 – Sarah Lipson, Ph.D., Ed.M.

BEST PRACTICES FOR SERVING BLACK AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS
May 22, 2019 – Juanita K. Martin, Ph.D.

CRISIS INTERVENTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Sept. 24, 2019 – Officer Jeff Futo and Capt. Chris Jenkins

A CLASS OF OUR OWN: SUPPORTING THE MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS OF STUDENTS OF COLOR
Oct. 31, 2019 – Dr. Kamesha Spates

CONFERENCE

MAY 23, 2017:  CREATING A CULTURE OF CARE CONFERENCE

This FREE mental health conference was held at the Quest Conference Center, Columbus Ohio. It was co-sponsored by Northeast Ohio Medical University and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

 

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Web-based training

Psychological First Aid: Responding to Emergencies at Colleges & Universities

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence and the Ohio Department of Mental Health are pleased to present a unique opportunity to obtain on-line training in the provision of psychological first aid. This training program features trainers Carol Yoken, Ph.D. and Craig Vickio, Ph.D.

Please review the brief PowerPoint slide show on the Intended Use and Introduction to Psychological First Aid before viewing the training videos. The slide show will advance automatically. We recommend that you then view the training videos sequentially.

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