Interim Guidelines: A Whole Community Response to Post-Pandemic Mental Health

While the pandemic still weighs heavy on the shoulders of many, the growing availability of
vaccines has led to measured optimism from some that COVID-19 will come to an end.
Governments, workplaces, helping agencies and educational systems are beginning to deliberate and hopefully pose this crucial question: What will post-pandemic functioning look like?


Lead Authors
J. Kevin Cameron, M.Sc., R.S.W., B.C.E.T.S., B.C.S.C.R.
Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress
Diplomate, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
Executive Director, North American Center for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response

Dr. Marleen Wong
Director of field education at the USC School of Social Work

Dr. William Pollack
Associate Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School[HMS], part-time.
Senior Clinical Consultant and Research Director: on the Mental Health of Boys, Young Men & Men at The Cambridge Health Alliance[CHA]
Training/Supervisory Faculty Member in the HMS/CHA Adult Psychiatry Residency Program, the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship program, as well as the Psychology Internship & Fellowship programs at HMS/ CHA
Senior Consultant in the Department of Psychiatry at McLean Hospital

Pat Rivard, Director of Canadian Operations, NACTATR
B.S.W., B.ED., M.Ed.

Contributing Authors / Editors
Darwin Skretting
Bonnie Randall
Tom Connolly
Melanie Reed-Zukowski
Kerry Cameron


Main File: PDF Interim Guidelines: A Whole Community Response to Post-Pandemic Mental Health

Video: Interim Guidelines

File: PDF Quarantine & Coronavirus Impact (QCI) Inventory Self-Report

Video: The Trauma/Response Continuum


File: PDF Education as a Special Consideration: Reconnect, Assess, and Prepare

Bless Your Hearts!
J. Kevin Cameron, Executive Director, NACTATR