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  • Book Chapters | Wheaton
    Christianity with D Arute Stigma In S Loue Ed HIV AIDS Reference for Mental Health Professionals New York Springer Press Aten J Hovis R Hook K in process Disaster spiritual and emotional care In J Aten D Walker Eds Treating trauma in Christian counseling and psychotherapy Downers Grove IL InterVarsity Press Aten J 2014 Religious coping In D Leeming Ed Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion 2nd edn Vol 3 pp 1515 1517 New York Springer Aten J 2012 A faith based disaster task force model In E Blakely Eds Managing urban disaster recovery Policy planning concepts and cases pp 101 106 Crisis Response UK Amen M Toly N J McCarney P Segbers K 2011 Introduction in Cities and International Relations New Sites and Actors in Global Politics London Ashgate Amen M Toly N J McCarney P Segbers K 2011 Sighting or Slighting Cities in Global Politics in Cities and International Relations New Sites and Actors in Global Politics London Ashgate Amen M Toly N J McCarney P Segbers K 2011 Concluding Remarks in Cities and International Relations New Sites and Actors in Global Politics London Ashgate Toly N J 2011 Evangelicals and the Environment From Political Realism to a Politics

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  • Articles | Wheaton
    N J Bouteligier S Gibson B Smith G in press New Maps New Questions Global Cities Beyond the Advanced Producer and Financial Services Sector Globalizations Aten J 2012 Disaster Spiritual and Emotional Care In Professional Psychology A Christian Integrative Approach Journal of Psychology Theology 40 131 135 Aten J 2012 More than Research and Ruble How Community Research Can Change Lives Including Yours and Your Students Journal of Psychology and Christianity Aten J Bennett P R Hill P C Davis D E Hook J N 2012 Predictors of God Concept and God Control after Hurricane Katrina Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 4 182 192 Aten J Boan D Hosey J Topping S Graham A Im H 2012 Building Capacity for Responding to Disaster Emotional and Spiritual Needs A Clergy Academic and Mental Health Partnership Model CAMP Psychological Trauma Theory Research Practice Policy 1 11 Aten J Gonzalez R Boan D Topping S Livingston W Hosey J 2012 Church attendee help seeking behavior in Mississippi and Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina International Journal of Emergency Mental Health 14 15 20 Aten J Walker D 2012 Religion spirituality and trauma An introduction Journal of Psychology and Theology 40 255 257 Leavell K Aten J Boan D 2012 The Lived Coping Experiences of South Mississippi and New Orleans Clergy Affected by Hurricane Katrina An Exploratory Study Journal of Psychology Theology 40 336 348 Walker D Aten J 2012 Future directions in research and training on religion spirituality and trauma Journal of Psychology and Theology 40 349 353 Aten J 2012 A faith based disaster task force model In E Blakely Eds Managing urban disaster recovery Policy planning concepts and cases pp 101 106 Crisis Response UK Joireman S F Sawyer A Wilhoit J 2012 A different way home Resettlement patterns in Northern Uganda Political Geography 31 197 204 Aten J Leavell K Gonzalez R Luke T Defee J Harrison K 2011 Everyday technology for extraordinary circumstances Possibilities for enhancing disaster communication Psychological Trauma Theory Research Practice Policy 3 16 20 Aten J Topping S Denney R Hosey J 2011 Helping African American clergy and churches address minority disaster mental health disparities Training needs model and example Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 3 15 23 Kang E Chin J Behar E 2011 Faith based HIV care and prevention in Asian immigrant communities in New York City Rhetoric or reality Journal of Psychology Theology Special Issue Faith in Practice Reflections on Community Psychology in Action 39 268 279 Kang E Mellins C A Dolezal C Elkington K S Abrams E A 2011 Disadvantaged neighborhood influences on anxiety and depression in children with perinatally acquired human immunodeficiency virus How life stressors matter Journal of Community Psychology 39 8 956 971 Chin J J Li M Y Kang E Behar E Chen P C 2011 Civic Sanctuary orientation and HIV involvement among Chinese immigrant churches and Buddhist temples in New York City Global Public Health 6 S2 S210 S226 Aten J Topping S 2010 An online social networking

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  • Conference Presentations | Wheaton
    A Gerberich S Aten J D 2013 The cost of trauma in Sub Saharan Africa A literature review International Convention for the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Portland OR Weaver I Tillman R Mangis M Boan D Aten J 2013 Whole community mental healthcare Developing a mental health service model in rural Montana Poster presented at the International Convention for the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Portland OR Campbell E H 2012 Christian community development Speaking engagement at Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Blanchard Alliance Church Wheaton IL Campbell E H 2012 Celebration gospel the mission of God and glory Speaking engagement at the Opera East Bay Calvary Church Women s Ministry Traverse City MI March 10 2012 Campbell E H 2012 The holistic mission of God Church gospel and world Chapel Address Spring Theological Conference George Fox University Newberg OR Campbell E H 2012 The holistic ministry of Christ Speaking engagement at the Life of Christ Class Religious Studies Department Spring Theological Conference George Fox University Newberg OR Campbell E H 2012 Christian nursing and global health Speaking engagement at the Senior Capstone Class Department of Nursing Spring Theological Conference George Fox University Newberg Campbell E H 2012 The holistic mission of God Nature scope requirements Chapel Address Spring Theological Conference George Fox University Newberg OR Curtis J B Aten J D Boan D 2012 The role of the church in spiritual and emotional disaster care A review Poster presented at the International Convention for the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Washington DC Kang E Im H Weaver I 2012 Ethic of embrace and the divide of class and race Invited Distinguished Scholar Speaker Clinical Practice Track Paper presented at the Christian Association of Psychological Studies Washington DC Fung W Robles O 2012 Short and long term effects of prenatal testing laws Paper presented at the American Economic Association Annual Meeting Chicago IL Fung W Robles O 2012 Short and long term effects of prenatal testing laws Paper presented at the Southern Economic Association 81 st Annual Conference Washington DC Fung W 2012 Short and long term effects of prenatal testing laws Paper presented at the Economics of Global Poverty Summer Seminar at Calvin College Grand Rapids MI Fung W 2012 Effects of cigarette taxes on childhood hunger Research proposal presented at the Economics of Global Poverty Summer Seminar at Calvin College Grand Rapids MI Pressley J Watson T Aten J D Boan D Walker D 2012 Preparing the Next Generation of Christian Trauma Therapists Faith Based Resources for Educators and Supervisors Symposium presented at the International Convention for the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Washington DC Worthington E Ripley J Bassett R Aten J D Boan D 2012 Engaging students in your research program regardless of your academic setting Symposium presented at the International Convention for the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Washington DC Aten J 2011 Faith and trauma Promoting client family therapist and church resilience Symposium scheduled to present at the Christian Association for Psychological

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  • Technical Assistance | Wheaton
    state and federal agencies Menu Blog About Training Research Technical Assistance Projects Resources News Working Together Our aim is to compliment or extend the success of communities and organizations by joining together for a common goal Assistance can be provided on campus or at your location HDI technical assistance capabilities include Research and Project Management HDI partners with other organizations to provide academic and or research skills to support or extend the capabilities of partners For example HDI partners on proposals to federal agencies such as USAID NIH NIMH and AHRQ where HDI provides monitoring evaluation data collection and analysis and related technical skills Program Evaluation and Development Technical assistance means working with a partner to refine or improve a program or service incorporate evidence into design of a program or provide external validation of program benefits HDI partners with a variety of private and public organizations including local state and federal agencies private and academic research organizations and humanitarian and disaster relief organizations Knowledge Transfer Another way that HDI facilitates capacity building is by linking end users with research informed resources HDI builds capacity by involving community stakeholders through the entire research process and by translating research findings into a wide range of applied products and deliverables that can be used by organizations and policy makers to prepare and respond to disasters Capacity Building HDI is available to provide a wide range of services to assist organizations and communities in fostering capacity building Examples of HDI capacity building services include 1 Consultation in person or distance 2 Speaking bureau 3 Preparedness planning 4 Program development evaluation and assessment 5 Quality assurance and 6 Tailored trainings and curriculum development Collaboration HDI partners with a diverse range of regional national and international individual scientific collaborators and strategic partners Strategic partners are

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  • Projects | Wheaton
    of addressing that problem starting with Phillips County Montana as a focal point International Refugee Care in Kakuma Kenya HDI is working with the International Association of Refugees on two projects related to the refugees of the Kakuma Kenya Refugee Camp who created an association called the United Refugee and Host Churches URHC The first project was a qualitative study of the work of URHC and their success in bringing together a denominationally diverse group of churches to work together for the betterment of refugees in the camp and eventually the surrounding community as well This recently completed October 2014 project is summarized in the report that appears in the link below This intriguing association represents a grass roots church based effort to make a stronger community and contains lessons for people everywhere The second project also with URHC is to build capacity for trauma care for refugees Working together with members of URHC HDI and the students of the applied research lab are developing a community based trauma care program that combines traditional trauma care practices with the various ministries of URHC creating a broad multi level and community based approach to trauma care and mental health Read Report Here Equipping Churches for Community Disaster Resilience in the Philippines HDI is collaborating with the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches to equip local churches for disaster ministry This program is an extension of the collaboration with WEA and Micah Network and involves a conference in Manila in September 2013 in which church leaders will be trained on the concept of resilience and the role of the church After the conference volunteers will pilot a resilience toolkit Global Church based Disaster Ministry Initiative HDI is currently collaborating with the World Evangelical Association Micah Network and Integral Alliance and their partners to develop a model and support systems for a global church based disaster ministry Together we are working toward the goal of equipping the local church and faith based organizations for disaster ministry and toward a central infrastructure for supporting those ministries Outcomes of this project will include equipping and supporting local disaster ministries a centralized disaster ministry support system and equipping and supporting one or more regional convening organizations Building Faith based Organizational and Local Capacity for Disaster Psychosocial Care in Japan This is a two year program funded by World relief to build up the capacity of the Japan Evangelical Association to equip local churches for disaster preparedness and disaster relief staff support There are four aims for this program 1 Expand the organizational capacity of JEA for disaster response 2 Provide training and mentoring in disaster staff support 3 Develop communication and networking capacity for disaster responders and 4 Evaluate the impact and lessons learned of the project and disseminate to other relief organizations Measuring Organizational Safety Culture in Missions and Development Organizations The concept of organizational culture is widely adopted in high risk industries including healthcare as an essential dimension for improving and maintaining the safety of

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  • Resources | Wheaton
    Disaster Institute offers these helpful disaster spiritual and emotional care resources All titles are offered in PDF Booklets Helping Children Cope with Traumatic Events for Russian version Disaster Spiritual Emotional Care Tip Sheets Assessing Survivors Mental Health for Japanese version Recognizing Common Disaster Survivor Stress Reactions Listening and Attending Skills for Japanese version Connecting with Survivors for Japanese version How to Minister to Disaster Survivors for Japanese version How to Refer Disaster Survivors for Mental Health Care How to Provide Psychological First Aid Recognizing and Preventing Burnout in Yourself for Japanese version Principles of Crisis Intervention for Japanese version Helping Volunteers Talk about Stress How NOT to Provide Volunteer and Survivor Care Strategies for Self Care for Japanese version Disaster Spiritual Care Points of Consensus Manuals Caring for International Relief and Development Workers Public Health Planning Guide for Faith Communities Spiritual First Aid Disaster Chaplain Guide Reports A Qualitative Study of Peace and Reconciliation in Kakuma Camp Cost of Trauma in Sub Saharan Africa Report Tools for Researchers Annotated Review of Religion and Disaster Mental Health Research Annotated Review of Disaster Spiritual and Emotional Care Books Congregational Public Health Preparedness Survey Technology Tools Technology Tools for Enhancing Faith Based Resilience

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  • HDI In the News | Wheaton
    Institute s Dr Jamie Aten Life Changing Radio Listen to the interview at Life Changing Radio Green L 2013 May 24 How could God let the Oklahoma tornadoes happen Interview with Dr Jamie Aten Wheaton College Fox News Watch the interview at foxnews com Anderson K 2013 The next disaster Are you Ready Wheaton s new Humanitarian Disaster Institute equips and empowers churches and communities to prepare for the worst and recover with resilience Wheaton Magazine Spring Edition 14 19 Read the article at the Wheaton Magazine Chicago Tribune 2013 May 22 Humanitarian Disaster Institute to host disaster leadership workshop June 4 7 The Chicago Tribune Read the article at the Chicago Tribune Turner N 2013 April 17 Interview with founder and co director of Wheaton s Humanitarian Disaster Institute on how churches can help in the midst of the Boston Marathon tragedy on This Is The Day on Moody Radio Listen to the interview at Moody Radio Murashko A 2013 April 16 Boston Marathon Terrorist Attack Christian Leaders Grieve Offer Call to Prayer The Christian Post Read the article at The Christian Post Lowe B 2013 January 29 A better kind of disaster relief Relevant Magazine Read the article at Relevant Magazine Simmons C January 18 2013 Psychology professor and co director of Wheaton s Humanitarian Disaster Institute Dr Jamie Aten joins Nebraska s My Bridge Radio to discuss how to help children cope with traumatic events following the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy Taylor L 2013 January 18 Wheaton College hosts symposium and exhibit on child slavery and trauma in Haiti Wheaton Patch Read the article at Wheaton Patch Brooks C 2012 November 6 Interview with founder and co director of Wheaton s Humanitarian Disaster Institute on how churches can help Superstorm Sandy survivors on Faithtalk radio s Christ

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  • Disaster Ministry Conference and Workshops | Wheaton
    Sample Speakers Jamie Aten Founder and Co Director HDI Wheaton College Jessee Bliss Loma Linda University Center for Public Health Preparedness David Boan Co Director HDI Wheaton College Marcus Coleman Department of Homeland Security s Center for Faith based Neighborhood Partnerships Gretchen Kerr Northland A Church Distributed Kevin King Mennonite Disaster Service Laurie Kraus Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Ben Lowe author Doing Good without Giving Up David Myers Department of Homeland Security s Center for Faith based Neighborhood Partnerships Roger Sandberg Medical Teams International As our workshops have grown over the last few years we saw a need for a place where participants new as well was as returning could come together annually to learn new material and network We are excited about the great keynote plenary speakers and breakout session leaders who will be with us this year to share lessons on faith disasters and justice The conference will be organized around 3 Disaster Ministry Tracks focusing on disaster relief public health emergencies and humanitarian crises Participants will have their choice of 8 plenary sessions and 12 breakout sessions to choose from June 11 Workshop Two Spiritual First Aid Time 8 00 a m 12 00 p m Presenters Drs Jamie Aten and David Boan Wheaton College s HDI For the last decade we have been doing research on faith and trauma issues in the wake of disasters all over the globe From this work we developed the evidence informed Spiritual First Aid curriculum This workshop will provide introductory training on how to provide disaster spiritual and emotional care Continuing Education Units CEUs available for this workshop June 11 Workshop Three Compassion Fatigue and Resilience Time 1 00 p m 5 00 p m Presenter Rev Dr Laurie Kraus Presbyterian Disaster Assistance This workshop will teach you how work with communities in the long term aftermath of disaster recovery to prevent compassion fatigue Specifically participants will learn an evidence based intervention and support model with a strong spiritual faith based grounding that has been used effectively both nationally and internationally CEUs available for this workshop June 11 Workshop Four Engaging Faith Communities in Disaster Increasing Religious Competency Literacy for Emergency Management and Public Health Professionals Time 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Presenters Prof Peter B Gudaitis M Div President NDIN and Prof Tyler S Radford M I A Senior Program Officer NDIN This one day course provides an overview of why and how to engage faith communities during disasters and public health emergencies The modules demonstrate how diverse religious and cultural practice increases partner capabilities and builds whole community resilience The course offers tools tip sheets and a field guide set and foundational skills to competently engage religious leaders and congregations in the field Modules Unit 1 Faith Communities as a Cornerstone of Whole Communities Unit 2 The Value Landscape and Language of Faith Communities in Disasters Unit 3 Ten Field Skills for Successful Engagement Unit 4 Engaging Faith Communities through the LEADER Process Unit 5 Tools

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