Prepare, Respond, Recover

The Dialogue

The Dialogue is a quarterly electronic newsletter that provides practical and down-to-earth information for disaster behavioral health coordinators, local service providers, federal agencies, and nongovernmental organizations.

Volume 10: Issue 3 (2014) (PDF | 5.0 MB)

  • Post-Disaster Decline: Understanding Children’s Vulnerability Before, During, and After Katrina (by Lori Peek, Ph.D. and Alice Fothergill, Ph.D.)
  • Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Older Adults in Disasters (by Lisa Furst, LMSW, M.P.H.)
  • All Hands on Deck for People Living With HIV and AIDS After Hurricane Sandy (by Janet Weinberg, Chief Operating Officer, Gay Men’s Health Crisis)

Volume 10: Issue 2 (2014) (PDF | 6.5 MB)

  • Working Together in the Field: Traditional and Disaster Behavioral Health Response to the Shooting of Greenland, New Hampshire, Police Chief and Officers (by Paul Deignan and Don McCullough)
  • The Work of a Psychiatry Disaster Responder (by Dr. Margaret Tompsett, M.B. B. Chir.)
  • West, Texas: Resiliency in Action (by Chance Freeman, Jennifer Reid, LMSW, Dana LaFayette, LPC, LP-S, LCDC, and Molly Howard, LMSW)

Volume 10: Issue 1 (2013) (PDF | 5.6 MB)

  • The Public and Mental Health Response to the Boston Marathon Bombing (by Richard H. Beinecke and Emily Beinecke)
  • Traumatic Reminders: Overcoming What You Can’t Erase From Experience (by Melissa Riley, Ph.D.)
  • Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on Louisiana (by Anthony H. Speier, Ph.D. [Retired], Danita LeBlanc, Cassandra Wilson, and Garcia Bodley)

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Last Updated: 07/10/2014