Questions & Answers: Traumatic Stress
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by Connie Saindon, M.A., MFT, CTS is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Trauma Specialist. She serves on
the board of the local chapter of the Association for Traumatic Stress Specialists and is a Continuing Education
provider. She is a volunteer with the San Diego Police Departments' Crisis Intervention Team and their Sexual
Assault Prevention Program. She is a trained Disaster Mental Health Responder with the Red Cross and is
Certified to conduct Debriefings. She has been appointed chair of the Community Response Committee for the
California Division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. To contact her for services
and consultation, She can be reached at 7850 Mission Center Court, Suite 208, San Diego, CA 92108. Her phone
number is (619)295-8595 FAX 619-295-8696
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