Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The class focused on the life cycle of a disaster, exclusive types of trauma and disasters, models of response for faith-based communities, collaborative efforts between mental health professionals and faith-based services, and other salient factors for effective emotional and spiritual care
I learned how to effectively treat a person dealing with complex traumas, and I learned how to effectively join together professional services with faith-based community resources in order to best help a community in the midst of a disaster.
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Advice for students:
I would suggest one stays on top of their work, reads everything thoroughly, and pays close attention to all of the video presentations.