“How to help yourselves and others manage reactions following traumatic events” presented by Cath Walker, Royal Flying Doctor Service
Traumatic events are events or situations that have potential for serious injury or are life threatening. Examples include disasters, vehicle or work injuries, and pandemics. Following such events people may have difficulty coping or adjusting and experience strong feelings such as fear, guilt and numerous physical and psychological symptoms.
This session aims to increase:
Understanding normal reactions and effects of trauma following traumatic events;
People differ in the way they react;
What can assist recovery;
Helpful responses to distress (listening and talking);
When is extra help needed;
Where can you get extra help.
Register today for the ‘How to help yourselves and others manage reactions following traumatic events’ webinar presented by Cath Walker from the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Page published: September 22, 2020 | Page reviewed: September 22, 2020