Topics of this free seminar will include: Traumas (e.g., disasters, violence, accidents, illnesses, divorces, etc.)/ daily stress/ sleep disturbances/ depression/ fatigue/ diabetes/ heart disease/ addictions/ effective treatment of stress/ compassion fatigue and burn-out.
The speaker, Joseph Naoshi Ozawa, Ph.D. is a Japanese-American who has been a psychologist and pastor for over 30 years, in America and in Asia. He was a trainer of volunteers and professional workers in post-traumatic and stress care after the March 11 disaster in Tohoku, Japan. He currently lives in California where he is a licensed clinical psychologist and disaster “responder” for the American Red Cross.
EVENT: Lecture on “Stress, Trauma, ‘Compassionate Fatigue’ and Job Burn-out”
SPEAKER: Joseph Naoshi Ozawa, Ph.D. (licensed clinical psychologist)
WHEN: Friday, July 26, 2013; From 6:00 PM
WHERE: Wesley Center, 2F (Click HERE for a map)
RSVP: By email at [email protected] or phone at 03-6427-4696.
LANGUAGE: Lecture is in English but Japanese interpretation will be provided.
TARGET AUDIENCE: For “helping professionals,” workers, expatriates, survivors of disaster, and all others!)