Critical incident stress management (CISM)
Group crisis interventions (including critical incident stress debriefing)
Delivered by Dr Liz Royle, ICISF Approved Trainer, KRTS International Ltd
During this intensive two-day programme, participants will be taught the skills, structure, and theory required to conduct a range of group interventions, following critical incidents in the workplace and community. Practice sessions will give the opportunity to practice interventions in a safe, supportive and structured environment.
Learn the underpinning theory and practice crisis interventions including
- critical incident stress debriefing (Mitchell model)
- crisis management briefing
This course is accredited by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) and the University of Maryland.
The course is designed for healthcare professionals, social workers, occupational health workers, psychologists, therapists, managers, welfare officers and any other professionals involved in the care of personnel following traumatic incidents.
For further details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The group size is limited to 16 delegates. Refreshments, lunch, e-book and CPD certificate is included in the price. The venue is very close to Nottingham train station with convenient parking nearby.
Hosted by Sarah Taylor
Sarah works in private practice in Nottingham city centre. She is Counselling Team Manager and Supervisor at mHarp (www.mharp.co.uk) - a Mental Health And Resilience Programme aimed at helping Employers support and protect the mental health of their greatest asset - their workforce.