This story is the third in a series we are publishing in collaboration with the Center for Public Integrity, Columbia Journalism Investigations, California Health Report, and newsrooms across the country, in which we asked people affected by hurricanes, floods and wildfires — and the professionals helping such survivors — to share their experiences in an online survey, which you can fill out here. Read more about the project here, and read Part 1 and Part 2 in the series, on the mental health toll of natural disasters and how . Disasters are stressful. Our warming world keeps adding fuel to the fires — and floods and hurricanes, among other calamities. What can be done about the trauma that follows?