Join us on Monday, September 9 for a day of clinically informed presentations from leading researchers, mental health practitioners and victim support organizations. The event provides a unique opportunity to learn from victims' families, responders and survivors, as well as those who have responded to acts of terrorism and mass violence in the United States and abroad.
The day long symposium is intended to provide lessons learned and mental health considerations to prepare clinicians, victims' services, law enforcement, emergency managers and community stakeholders for an effective response to support those impacted. Victims' families, survivors and responders are invited to attend free of charge.
The 9/11 Memorial has generously offered complimentary tickets to visit the Museum following the Symposium.
5 CEU's available
Marriott Downtown Hotel | 85 West Street | New York City
Registration Opens: 8:00 am | Program: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Stephen Cozza, M.D.
Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress
Uniformed Service University
Mary Fetchet, LCSW
Executive Director, Voices of September 11th
James Halpern, PhD
Founding Director, Institute for Disaster Mental Health
SUNY New Paltz
Marsha Kight Kimble
Mother of Frankie Merrell, Oklahoma City Bombing
Project Director, Voices of September 11th
(International Network Supporting Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence)
Rabbi Stephen B. Roberts, MBA, BCC
Founder & President, ChaplainDL
Chaplain Distance Learning Business
Colonel (Retired), Connecticut State Police
Director, US Programs, NATAL- Israel's Trauma and Resiliency Center
Click here for more information and an updated Resiliency Symposium schedule.