Rutgers | Voices
VOICES Center of Excellence for
Community Resilience Symposium

Promoting Resiliency in Communities
Impacted by Trauma

"Identification and Treatment of Long Term Needs"

Friday, January 17, 2014
8:30 am to 3:30 pm

Rutgers University
Trayes Hall - Douglass Campus Center
100 George St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

John L, Barry 
Former Superintendent of Aurora Public Schools; Keynote Speaker
Clifton R. Lacy, MD Director of the University Center; UCDPER
Mary Fetchet 
Founding Director;
Voices of September 11th
Nancy Turret LCSW, MSW
Senior Social Worker; NY State Psychiatric Institute
Iris Udasin, MD UMDNJ/RWJ Medical Center; WTCHP Medical Program
Subject matter experts will share lessons learned in responding to and recovering from 9/11, the shootings in Aurora Colorado, and other traumatic events; recognizing and treating complicated grief and PTSD; identifying medical and psychological needs; and best practices in providing long-term services to victims' families, responders, recovery workers and survivors.

Target Audiences: Mental Health Professionals, School Personnel, Emergency Management Workers, Medical Staff, Law Enforcement, Academia and Students.
Symposium Agenda & Online Registration visit

For information contact Sheri Burkat or
Conference fee: $100
Conference with 5 Non-Clinical
Social Work CEUs: $125


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Voices of September 11th (VOICES) is a 501c3 nonpartisan organization that provides information and a wide range of support services to promote resiliency and address the long-term needs of all those affected by September 11th; commemorates the lives and stories of September 11, 2001; and advocates for public policy reform to promote national preparedness.  VOICES is committed to helping communities prepare for, respond to and recover from traumatic events, by sharing lessons learned that will promote resiliency and healing in the lives of those impacted by other tragedies.