Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
First Reader/Committee Chair
This study was conducted with a group Filipino survivors of Typhoon Yolanda. It examines the effects of being injured or displaced as a result of the natural disaster on the effectiveness of a pilot project addressing depression, anxiety and hope. Eight adults (N = 8) completed a series of five workshops along with a pre and post questionnaire. Those that were displaced, exhibited a reduction in depression (24%), a reduction in anxiety (12.8%), and an increase in hope (14.78%) after completing the workshops. Furthermore, the individuals that were injured experienced a reduction in anxiety (22.7%), an increase in depression (28.48%), and an increase in hope (14.86%).
Chaparro, Crystel N. and Mitchell, Alexis L., "THE EFFECTS OF INJURY AND DISPLACEMENT ON TYPHOON YOLANDA SURVIVORS" (2015). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 143.