Title

Crisis is 2020: Teaching Crisis During a Global Pandemic and Racial Unrest

Conference Strand

Teaching, Training, and Supervision

Abstract

The pandemic has only served to highlight the disparity in access to health care, in SES, and living conditions. It has been long known in crisis counseling that these types of issues can exacerbate crisis situations, but more importantly, they do not go away when the crisis ends. Counseling students facing personal, local, or national crisis situations may need extra support to find healthy ways of coping when faced with learning and implementing crisis counseling skills.

Description

See Abstract

Evidence

Not available- external review

Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

Michelle Sullivan, Breahannah Hilaire and Dania Fakhro are Graduate Research Assistants at the University of Central Florida.

Location

Virtual Conference

Start Date

2-11-2021 10:30 AM

End Date

2-11-2021 11:30 AM

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Crisis is 2020: Teaching Crisis During a Global Pandemic and Racial Unrest

Virtual Conference

The pandemic has only served to highlight the disparity in access to health care, in SES, and living conditions. It has been long known in crisis counseling that these types of issues can exacerbate crisis situations, but more importantly, they do not go away when the crisis ends. Counseling students facing personal, local, or national crisis situations may need extra support to find healthy ways of coping when faced with learning and implementing crisis counseling skills.