Sutherland Springs: Grief And Healing One Year After Tragedy
One year later, a small Texas town continues to recover from a mass church shooting with messages of hope. What is the long-term impact of tragedy? Trauma experts speak about grief on "The Source" at noon Monday.
A Sunday morning service at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas became a scene of sudden loss and pain on November 5, 2017.
What do survivors go through after a tragedy and what can secondhand grief look like? Is there a risk of re-traumatization?
How have a series of shootings following Sutherland Springs – including the recent attack on a synagogue in Pittsburg – affected Wilson County residents and communities across Texas?
- Mary Beth Fisk, CEO and executive director of The Ecumenical Center
- Ashley Jesse, director of Paloma Place - a new center offering counseling and support to Wilson County residents who have been affected by the Sutherland Springs tragedy
- Chief Justice Richard Barajas (Ret.), executive director of the National Organization for Victim Assistance
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