Mental health support during disaster recovery
It is common to experience a range of intense emotions following a traumatic event like a natural disaster. Some people may have experienced the event physically, and others who may be affected in other ways whether it be concern about family and friends, hearing about people’s experiences during flooding, or extra workloads caused by the adverse weather event.
There are a number of mental health and wellbeing resources available for use by health care workers, as outlined in the resources section to the right.
31 August 2020
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