Hurricaine Harvey Resources

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD) FEMA-Hurricane Harvey Resource Page

Here Are Ways You Can Help People During Hurricane Harvey

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with additional options for donating your time or money. If you’re in Houston, on the Gulf Coast, or in one of the places inland that’s experiencing [...]

Here’s how to help victims of Hurricane Harvey

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Hurricane Harvey’s effects on the Texas coast are likely to be long-lasting and varied, even as the storm weakened to a tropical storm. Devastating rains are expected to [...]

Harvey marks the most extreme rain event in U.S. history

The rain from Harvey is in a class of its own. The storm has unloaded over 50 inches of rain east of Houston, the greatest amount ever recorded in the Lower 48 states from a single storm. And [...]

Displaced by Harvey? Here’s How to Get Help

As Tropical Storm Harvey lashes Texas, officials estimate that as many as 30,000 people may end up in shelters after fleeing their homes. Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas has called it “one of the [...]

Dorathea Thompson (MA Counseling 1994) in NAMAH Quarterly Journal

C-O-N-G-R-A-T-U-L-A-T-I-O-N-S to our alumna Dorathea Thompson (MA Counseling 1994), whose Case Study, “An integrative approach — working through fear — case study of a 10-year-old [...]

Tending the Living Image: A Dream Tending Talk by Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D. • C.G. Jung Society, Seattle

The C. G. Jung Society, Seattle cordially invites you to attend two very special events, Friday and Saturday, October 20-21, 2017. Tending the Living Image: A Dream Tending Talk Stephen [...]

We Sure Love Our Hero Myths, Don’t We?

We Sure Love Our Hero Myths, Don’t We? by Cathy Diorio July 31, 2017 We sure love our hero myths, don’t we? Reaction to John McCain’s dramatic last minute vote on the Senate healthcare [...]

Holding the Tension: One Woman’s Journey from Immigrant to Therapist

An Interview with MFT Consortium Stipend Recipient, Naris Kesheshe A Guest Post by Bonnie Bright, Ph.D. When she was 13 years old, Naris Kesheshe—who recently finished her third year in the [...]

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