|Crisis Recovery: Mental Health Recovery
PREPARE YOUR SCHOOL STAFF TO ADDRESS MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS AFTER A CRISIS
MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY is a critical component of emergency readiness. Without it, even the best plans can fall apart during a crisis as the emergency subsides and the long process of returning to normalcy begins. This video was developed for public and private schools in the early stages of recovery planning as well as educational organizations that are in the advanced stages of planning and looking for ways to create a more robust safety net for the emotional trauma that can occur after any crisis event that takes place on or relates to the school campus. Portions of this award winning video have been used in districts across the country and a customized version was chosen for distribution by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
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• The main goals of a mental health recovery plan
• Creating a mental health recovery team
• Choosing a debriefing model
• Mental health crisis recovery activities
BONUS SEGMENT: MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY TABLETOP EXERCISE VIDEO
Hosted by Dr. Sonayia Shepherd, this training resource covers key planning concepts that are often overlooked and continues with steps for forming a mental health recovery team, using that team to choose a recovery model and develop a plan, implementation and finally testing of the plan. The bonus segment on this DVD provides a platform to practice these concepts with a tabletop exercise focused on the death of a staff member due to a work accident on campus and includes talking points and suggested responses for the simulated crisis.
Dr. Sonayia Shepherd served as a Senior Analyst with Safe Havens International and her experience includes response roles at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Georgia Division of Public Health, the Terrorism Division of the Georgia Office of Homeland Security and the School Safety Project of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency. In addition to authoring and coauthoring 16 books on school safety and emergency management, she has assisted FEMA, the World Health Organization and the CDC in response efforts after incidents across the U.S. and to a dozen countries around the world.