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By: Fred Bemak & Rita Chi-Ying Chung

In: Handbook of Group Counseling & Psychotherapy

Chapter 45: Post-Disaster Group Counseling: A Multicultural Perspective

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Post-Disaster Group Counseling: A Multicultural Perspective
Post-disaster group counseling: A multicultural perspective
Fred BemakRita Chi-Ying Chung
Post-Disaster Group Work

Disasters can comprise many situations ranging from natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes to people-made disasters, such as the campus shooting at Virginia Tech. Given the wide range of disasters and the page limitations of this chapter, the chapter focuses on group work following natural disasters. Major global climate change has resulted in the loss of lives and hundreds of thousands of survivors being displaced from their homes (NASA, 2011). In the past decade, the world has encountered frequent mammoth natural disasters such as the earthquake and tsunami in Japan; earthquakes in Haiti, Costa Rica, and China; the cyclone in Myanmar (Burma); Hurricane Katrina in the United ...

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