SNAPS Webinars

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The SNAPS webinar series provide brief (20-30 minutes) presentations on an array of topics. They are skills-focused, with concise key objectives or takeaways. Each SNAP also includes additional resources for participants to access further information.

Overview of the National Mass Violence Center

Presenter: Angela Moreland, Ph.D.

This SNAP webinar will:

  • provide background about the development of the NMVVRC
  • identify and access the resources offered by the NMVVRC
  • describe our partners
  • identify technology and other resources available following mass violence incidents

Helping Children and Teens Manage Trauma and Grief Following an MVI

Presenter: Rochelle F. Hanson, Ph.D.

This SNAP webinar will:

  • describe the impact of mass violence on youth
  • describe strategies to help youth in the after of an MVI


How to Identify an Experienced Trauma-Focused Therapist

Presenter: Rochelle F. Hanson, Ph.D.

This SNAP webinar will:

  • List factors that can influence selection of trauma-focused mental health interventions
  • Describe the importance of assessment
  • Describe areas of inquiry for selecting a skilled trauma therapist

The Three Centers Created to Provide Survivor-centered Responses to Mass Violence Incidents

Presenter: Anne Seymour

This SNAP webinar will:

  • Describe the three types of Centers created in response to mass violence incidents in a community, and their commonalities and differences.
  • Identify the professionals and volunteers involved in the establishment of each Center.
  • Describe how advance collaboration and planning can help to ensure the ultimate success of each Center.

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