Coping with the Stress and Trauma of Natural Disasters

52 min
at 10:00 AM
Homeowner Martha Marquez looks over her burned home in Santa Rosa, California on October 10, 2017.  (Photo: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images)

Losing a home or fleeing from a wildfire can be a traumatic event. And for many people, monitoring news about the North Bay wildfires and keeping track of loved ones is stressful as well. Forum discusses how to recognize the signs of burnout and trauma, methods for taking care of yourself and the mental health services being offered at evacuation centers as wildfires continue to burn.

Guests:
Michael Kennedy,
behavioral health director, Sonoma County Department of Health Services
Alan Siegel, psychologist and associate clinical professor, UC Berkeley
Alexa Stone, mental health clinician, Sonoma County Department of Mental Health

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