Stitching back together the lives of hundreds of people will be part of the help mental health professionals will need to provide in the months and years to come. Helping to overcome the feelings about the traumatic event, and supporting changes that many individuals must undergo in the interim, is gruesome and painstaking work. We set up counseling services and emergency stations for immediate help for those who need to talk or cry, and we provide a supportive ear for those who want to express their feelings. These are acute treatment plans; there will be long-term implications for many individuals, young and old. We will be called on to treat people with depression, PTSD, anxiety, panic attacks, and other major psychiatric disorders.