Dr. Donald Nemeth, Ph.D.
“Environmental challenges can be especially taxing on people’s mental health and well-being. Few are prepared to deal with the aftermath of earthquakes, nuclear disasters, floods, and/or sudden catastrophes. As these possibilities are ever-present, people must understand the effects of climate change. Furthermore, they must be prepared to cope with their ever-changing physical and psychological environments. The purpose of this Congress is to offer a holistic approach to fostering Mental Health and Well-Being in perspective. Understanding the environment and its impact on well-being will better help people to cope with change. Pre-trauma education is an effective way to avoid post-trauma panic”.
Dr. Donald F. Nemeth will will give a report within the framework of the II Congress : Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century.
Donald F. Nemeth, Ph.D., has worked in the academic, research, and corporate worlds. He taught geology at Citrus College in Azusa, California, and at California Stale University in Los Angeles, California. His dissertation research, conducted on the North Slope of Alaska, concentrated on landforms near the apex of the Colville River Delta. He was a member of the Research Staff at the Institute for Environmental Studies at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he studied salt domes in northern Louisiana. Dr. Nemeth also worked as a Developmental Geologist for Marathon Oil Company in Lafayette, Louisiana and the President of Envirosphere Consulting, LLC, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.