Disaster Response & Recovery (DRR)

DRR2-3 Critical Incident Stress Management: Restoring Personal Resilience

May 14, 2014

2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

Tania Glenn

Dr. Tania Glenn

PsyD, LCSW

Tania Glenn & Associates (TGA), PA & TGA Readiness Action Division (RAD)

In this session, Dr. Tania Glenn will address three critical areas relating to critical incident stress management: Trauma and Events Management, Misconceptions and Treatment of PTSD, and Importance of Peer Support and Critical Incident Response Teams. Her presentation will include a comprehensive overview of stress and trauma based on first hand experiences in Oklahoma City, New York City, and New Orleans, and her work with service members and civilian contractors returning from the aftermath of terrorism related events and natural disasters.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the four types of stress and the correlation to the fight or flight response and resilience
  2. Understand the misconceptions and treatment of PTSD especially with homeland defense and security professionals  involved with military and first response missions
  3. State the significance of organizations forming Peer Support and Critical Incident Response Teams and need for management to utilize these team concepts


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