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Counseling Expert Available to Comment on Vegas Tragedy

Edward Moody, Ph.D.

Edward Moody, Ph.D., an academic expert in the mental health counseling field is available to speak to the media regarding the recent tragedy in Las Vegas.  

Moody, interim associate dean and professor in the School of Education, focuses on emotional healing and stress coping strategies. He has published works and given a number of presentations on counseling during tragedies including the Fort Hood shooting. Moody is the author of “First Aid for Emotional Hurts,” a book designed to equip people to help their friends and family through difficult times and the self-help series “First Aid for YOUR Emotional Hurts”.

Moody is a member of the American Counseling Association and the American Mental Health Counseling Association. Contact info: emoody@nccu.edu, 919-530-5180.

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