The academy, who selected UCF Pegasus Professors Deborah Beidel and Sudipta Seal among this year’s inductees, is a group that brings together the nation’s most distinguished scholars who live and work in Florida.
Deborah Beidel, executive director of UCF RESTORES, shares her expertise in innovative PTSD treatments, her work with UCF RESTORES, and how we can better acknowledge and support veterans.
UCF faculty, students and alumni from several departments collaborated with WUCF on the acclaimed material.
The five-year Trustee Chair Professorship was created to recognize faculty members and celebrate outstanding performance with renown accomplishment.
The segment features UCF RESTORES, whose clinicians went to the site of the condo collapse in Surfside, Florida, to be a mental health resource for the first responders.
Faculty members of UCF RESTORES spent days supporting the mental health of first responders who are working to recover bodies buried in the rubble from the collapse of the Champlain Towers South condo building.
UCF RESTORES brings renewed sense of hope to those battling trauma
Pegasus Professor Deborah Beidel recently received the 2021 Women’s Inspired Leadership Spirit of Advocacy award from i4 Business magazine for her work as executive director of UCF RESTORES.
The work will focus on mental health services for residents of Azalea Park and essential workers in Orange County at no cost.
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