Voices of September 11th
Healing Families & Communities After Tragedy
VOICES Center of Excellence
for Community Resilience Symposium
Promoting Resiliency in Communities Impacted by Trauma:
Identification and Treatment of Long-Term Needs
Friday, April 3, 2015
Registration 8:30am
9:00am - 3:00pm
Rutgers University
Livingston Campus Student Center
84 Joyce Kilmer Avenue | Piscataway, NJ
9/11 Families, Survivors and Responders: No Charge
Symposium Fee for Professionals: $75
5 CEU Credits: $25
Exhibitor Table Fee: $100
Continental breakfast and lunch included
Questions? Contact us at
203-966-3911 or symposium@voicesofsept11.org
Thanks to our Co-Sponsors:
RutgersWTC Health ProgramUnited Way

The day-long event includes presentations by subject matter experts who have provided support services for children, families, responders and survivors impacted by 9/11. Some of the topics include enhancing your resiliency, promoting hope and healing and addressing ongoing mental health and medical issues. The Symposium is intended to inform the 9/11 community as well as service providers and other community stakeholders working in the field of trauma.
Registration is required and space is limited. 9/11 families, responders and survivors are invited to attend free of charge. Other attendees: Symposium $75, Symposium with 5 clinical CEUs for NJ social workers and licensed professional counselors $100. Please feel free to forward this information to colleagues who may be interested in attending. For more information, please contact Stephanie Landau by e-mail at symposium@voicesofsept11.org, call 203-966-3911 or visit our website at www.voicesofseptember11.org.
All of us at VOICES remain committed to promoting resiliency in the lives of 9/11 families, responders and survivors, and to sharing lessons learned with communities impacted by other tragedies. We are grateful to our sponsors the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United Way of Central Jersey and the Rutgers School of Social Work.
This year's Symposium promises to be an insightful day featuring presentations by accomplished clinicians, authors, and researchers. Our confirmed speakers include:
Mickie Brown
Mickie Brown, RN, HN-BC
Deputy Nurse Manager
Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health
Richard Edwards
Richard Edwards, PhD
Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Chancellor, Rutgers University - New Brunswick
Professor, Rutgers School of Social Work
Mary Fetchet
Mary Fetchet, LCSW
Founding Director, Voices of September 11th
Craig Haen
Craig Haen, Ph.D., RDT, CGP, LCAT, FAGPA
Clinical Director of Adolescent Services for Kids in Crisis
Assistant Clinical Director, ANDRUS
V. Alex Kehayan
V. Alex Kehayan, Ed.D.
Clinical Psychologist and Co-Director, Resiliency LLC
Joseph Napoli
Joseph Napoli, M.D., DABPN, DLFAPA
Psychiatrist and Co-Director, Resiliency LLC
Suzanne Phillips
Suzanne Phillips, Psy.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA
Adjunct Full Professor of Clinical Psychology, Long Island University
Faculty, Suffolk Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
Fellow, Board Member and Co-Chair of Community Outreach of the American Group Psychotherapy Association
Ronald Quincy
Ronald Quincy, PhD
Professor of Professional Practice
School of Social Work, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey
Steven Stellman
Steven Stellman, Ph.D., MPH
Research Director, The World Trade Center Health Registry
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology
Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
Iris Udasin
Iris Udasin, M.D.
Professor of Environmental and Occupational Medicine
Medical Director, EOHSI Clinical Center
Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine Division
EOHSI, Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Maureen Underwood
Maureen Underwood, MSW, LCSW, CGP
Clinical Director
Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide
We hope you can join us!