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Skills for Psychological Recovery

SPR is a manualized, evidence-informed intervention that is intended to foster short and long-term adaptive coping in disaster survivors who are exhibiting moderate levels of distress. It offers simplified, brief application of skills that are commonly related to improved recovery in post-disaster/emergency settings. SPR is intended to help survivors identify their most pressing current needs and concerns and teach and support them as they develop skills to address those needs. Each skill can be covered in one helping contact, and then reinforced in continuing contacts.

Targeted Populations: 
5-120; both males and females
Published in 2012