The Psychosocial Aspects of a Pandemic Virus 142-page handbook offers a unique perspective on the medical, physical, mental, and psychosocial health aspects of a pandemic virus. This handbook offers the latest research and practice guidelines for dealing with adults, adolescents, and children throughout phases of a pandemic virus. The coronavirus pandemic requires a reconceptualization of clinically significant symptoms related to effectively addressing optimal wellness. Thus, several models are proposed by the author to explore risk, resiliency, adaptation, and adjustment during phases of a pandemic virus. The intention is to assist professionals in anticipating, preventing, and treating the mental health and psychosocial needs of individuals, families, and communities.
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Mark A. Stebnicki, Ph.D., LCMHC, DCMHS, CRC, CMCC is Professor Emeritus and former Coordinator of the Military and Trauma Counseling (MTC) Certificate Program which he developed in 2015 in the Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation at East Carolina University. Dr. Stebnicki also developed the national Clinical Military Counseling Certificate (CMCC); a 12 hr CE program offered nationally through the Telehealth Certificate Institute. Dr. Stebnicki has been a counselor educator, researcher, practitioner with over 30 years’ experience in rehabilitation and mental health. He has practiced and published in the areas related to stress, traumatic stress, disaster mental health response, and the psychosocial aspects of chronic illness and disability. His primary focus is working with military service members, veterans, veterans with disabilities, and military families. Dr. Stebnicki has published 10 professional textbooks most recently he published two books in 2021 through the American Counseling Association/Wiley Publishing titled: Clinical Military Counseling: Guidelines for Practice and Counseling Practice During Phases of a Pandemic Virus. He also has published 40 journal articles and book chapters, and has provided over 100 presentations nationally, regionally, and statewide. He has served on many statewide and national professional counseling boards.