Mass Shootings in America: A Behavioral Health Perspective for Mental Health Providers, Veterans, and the Community

Event Date: August 31, 2021
Time: 9am - 12pm
Cost: $30.00
CEU's Available: 3

Our country is seeing an alarming trend in gun violence and mass shootings in particular. Do you have the right approach and the best information to help others in the midst of this complex individual and community trauma?

This three-hour virtual seminar will provide the attendee with information on mass shootings, individual case overviews, definitions, explanations and facts, shooter and weapons profiles as they pertain to helping relationships, and the best approach for the helping professional.

By the end of the seminar, you will:

  • Understand what constitutes a mass shooting
  • Know the language of trigger words associated with mass shootings and their impact on helpers and victims
  • Know the different kinds of shooters and their impact
  • Know basic counselor interventions
  • Know what to expect in the future

This seminar is especially valuable for:

  • Anyone in a counseling position (LPC, LMFT, LSW, school counselors)
  • Clergy / Chaplains
  • Teachers
  • Veterans

The presenter will be Dr. Frank Goldstein, Ph.D. Dr. Goldstein is a behavioral scientist, clinician, business leader, author and motivational speaker with experience as a first responder and Colonel in the United State Air Force. He is skilled in disaster support, crisis and stress management, post-traumatic stress disorders, human sexuality, psychological operations and human factors profiling.

To register, please click the button below and fill out the online registration form or call Lejla at 210.616.0885. An email with the seminar link and additional information will be sent to you.

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