PTSD

Read: Attend the 2020 Campus Safety Online Summit This Summer

Attend the 2020 Campus Safety Online Summit This Summer

Stay connected. Stay vigilant. The Campus Safety Online Summit is July 7-8!

Read: Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

As the date to reopen schools gets closer, be sure your campus can address the risks and threats of violence created or exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown.

Read: Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Here are some issues schools, universities and healthcare facilities need to consider now that states and local governments are attempting to reopen the economy and ease COVID-19 restrictions.

Read: Compassion Fatigue: Your Job Is to Help Others, but Who Is Helping You?

Compassion Fatigue: Your Job Is to Help Others, but Who Is Helping You?

First responders, clinicians, educators, counselors and others in the helping professions can be vulnerable to compassion fatigue. Here’s how you can take care of yourself during these troubling times.

Read: Parkland and Santa Fe Schools Reveal Shootings’ Effects on Students

Parkland and Santa Fe Schools Reveal Shootings’ Effects on Students

After the active shooter attacks, both experienced increases in mental health and discipline issues, as well as drops in academic performance.

Read: Disaster Survivors Talk Why Self-Care Is Vital to Trauma Recovery

Disaster Survivors Talk Why Self-Care Is Vital to Trauma Recovery

The timeless flight attendant’s advice, “Secure your oxygen mask before helping others,” applies to leaders helping their communities after a traumatic event.

Read: Life Before and After a Mass Shooting

Life Before and After a Mass Shooting

A Virginia Tech mass shooting survivor talks about what the survivors of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting might expect to experience in the months and years ahead.

Read: Study: Victims Often Experience Paralysis During a Sexual Assault

Study: Victims Often Experience Paralysis During a Sexual Assault

During a sexual assault, seven out of ten female survivors reported significant immobility while nearly one in two experienced extreme immobility.

Read: A Virginia Tech Shooting Survivor’s Story

A Virginia Tech Shooting Survivor’s Story

Although Lisa Hamp wasn’t shot during the 2007 Virginia Tech active shooter attack, she was still traumatized. Recovery is both physical and mental.

Read: The Effects of Trauma on Campus First Responders and Staff

The Effects of Trauma on Campus First Responders and Staff

Even if first responders and staff aren’t directly affected by a tragedy, they can still experience secondary trauma and develop PTSD.

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