Rev., Dr., BCC
Rev. Dr. Naomi Paget BCC, FBI Chaplain and Crisis Interventionist, is a certified member of the American Red Cross Spiritual Response Team -Task Force and Divisional Advisor, Denver Seminary Critical Incident Stress Management Team, and Director of the California Disaster Relief Chaplain program. She is a certified crisis chaplain, instructor and curriculum writer, awarded Fellowship in American Association of Experts in Traumatic Stress /National Academy of Crisis Management, and is serving as the Chairman of the National-Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (National VOAD) Emotional/Spiritual Care Committee. Dr. Paget is a published author and ICISF Approved Instructor for many crisis and trauma courses, consulting for several national and international organizations in various fields of trauma and disaster care. She earned her doctorate from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary where she is an adjunct professor, advisor to doctoral students, and was recently awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award. She received the Lifetime Achievement in Chaplaincy Award from the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. Dr. Paget is a 49 year volunteer with the American Red Cross, a Mission Service Corp. Missionary (SBC/NAMB), and a 32 year veteran of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief. Naomi is an authorized instructor by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation to teach many CISM courses. She has taught these courses throughout the United States and in several other countries and US territories including Japan, China, Belize, Dominica, US Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Ukraine, and India – for churches, schools, healthcare, law enforcement, emergency services, disaster relief, corrections, military, faith-based organizations, corporations/business, and other agencies that deal with crisis care. Most recently, Dr. Paget was invited to provide training and crisis intervention to Yezedi refugees who are held in Diyarbakir, Turkey. These are the Yezedi refugees who fled from Iraq following the executions, beheading, and slavery inflicted by members of ISIL.
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