4 Important Takeaways from the United Nations Symposium, Day of Remembrance, and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism
Amy O’Neill, MS, LPC | Aug 29, 2019
Every act of terrorism is distinct, different, uniquely horrible. Yet, survivor’s stories share a common thread. It is a link that bonds them across borders, boundaries, and circumstance. Through their stories, we can learn how to bridge the gaps in critical mental health care following mass violence.
Amy O’Neill with Retired FDNY Chief Joseph Pfeifer at the VIII International Congress for the Victims of Terrorism Nice, France
With Captain Ray DuPuis from Watertown PD MA and Stacy Walsh, MOVA Navigator after the Boston Marathon Bombing at the Mass Violence Response Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada
The National Mass Violence and Victimization Resource Center Stakeholders group spent a very productive weekend together in November working to define long term needs of survivors of mass violence.