Guest Appearance on Voice America: Preparing for the Unexpected

I was the guest on the March 3, 2018 Voice America Podcast that dug deeper into how disasters impact our behaviors and ongoing responses to traumatic situations.

I discussed the various ways in which people respond to situations and how we can help them overcome anxieties and stress related to disasters. Many organizations have emergency response plans to address evacuations and basic employee safety concerns. This episode provided professionals with more insight about how to support employees who are faced with trauma.

You can listen to the episode here.

Articles Published by Journalists

  1. Carol Sevitt, in The Medical Post, March 22, 1983.  Best cure for pain lies in the mind.
  2. Carol Sevitt, in The Toronto Star, July 16, 1983. Metro clinic helps people deal with chronic pain. Altering lifestyle vital to dealing with pain.
  3. Sheila Robertson, in The Star-Phoenix, October 17, 1983. Psychological causes of pain downplayed, conference told.
  4. Ontario Medicine, November 21, 1983. Psychological techniques get pain under control.
  5. Deborah Allen, in Family Safety magazine, winter 1983-1984. Is there Relief for Your Pain?
  6. Betty Lou Lee, in The Spectator, Hamilton, Ontario, November 28, 1984. How to handle pain stressed.
  7. Lillian Newberry, in The Toronto Star, August 27, 1986. Psychology prescribed first to alleviate aches and pains.
  8. Rita Daly, in The Toronto Star, October 28, 1986. Patients learn how to reduce their pain: Chronic sufferers accept pain as physical and psychological.