Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Guidance

Professional Guidance Series

Conflict, terror, trauma, stress; these are very real conditions that affect people everywhere. They too can even affect professionals who are trained to deal with them; humans are human after all. This series takes a very human approach to assist people who may be experiencing heightened stress or the need to contend Click for more

Hope and Healing for Heroes

Hope and Healing for Heroes

When the unthinkable happened on September 11, 2001, people naturally re-examined their belief systems; this includes the everyday heroes who went beyond the call of duty to help others. After 9/11, lessons in healing had to be learned, and quickly, not only to help people victimized by the attacks, but also for the countless number of people who sacrificed so much simply "doing their jobs." As so often is the case, the key to healing is to know there is hope. In this program experts Karen Jaakvitne, Ph.D., Anne C. Pratt, Ph.D., and Daniel J. Abrahamson, Ph.D., focus on how there is more good than evil in the world, noting that on September 11th the world witnessed people responding out of love and altruism to help others, and in seeing that saw how hope is the best weapon against despair. Such lessons can help clinical professionals in their efforts to help today's everyday heroes who face traumatic situations find hope. Produced by Robert Parish. 07/09DE SCA 30 min.





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