TO: Department Benefit Representatives (DBRs)
FROM: John Berberet, ASAP Coordinator, Human Resources
RE: Pathways to Healing for Wednesday, September 3, 2014, Noon to 1:30 pm
Staff, faculty and students are invited to attend. To see the flier for all September events, click on title below.
The Academic and Staff Assistance Program is offering a special speakers series this fall titled Pathways to Healing: Recovering from the IV Tragedy. This lunch time speaker series will explore a range of healing processes and provide information to help answer your questions. Please join us as we bring to campus experts in disaster and trauma, local therapists, clergy members, teachers of meditative practices and several of our own faculty and staff to offer a variety of perspectives on healing.
Date, Time & Venue
September 3, 2014
Santa Barbara Harbor Room
This briefing will provide practical information about how staff,
faculty and students have, and typically will, respond to violent
tragedy. We will focus on both individual and community responses.
- Updates will be provided about how campus offices have
and continue to respond to the tragedy.
- We will give special attention to the needs of new and
- Suggestions will be offered to staff and faculty about how to
support and refer students to appropriate resources as
- Resources for faculty and staff will be provided.
Please note program time: Noon to 1:30 pm
Angela Andrade, EdD
Student Wellness Services
John Berberet, MA
UCSB Human Resources
Kirsten Olson, PhD
Assistant Clinical Director
Darren Del Castillo, PhD