Critical Concepts Consulting is pleased to present a Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) training, Assisting Individuals in Crisis and Group Crisis Intervention, on August 19-21, 2019.
This course presents the core elements of a comprehensive, systematic and multi-component crisis intervention system, and enables participants to understand and perform a wide range of both group and individual crisis intervention services.
Following critical incidents (e.g., the Amtrak derailment, Line of Duty Death, the suicide of a coworker, motor vehicle accidents, events involving children, etc.), natural disasters, and/or terrorist activities, personnel may experience a crisis response. Crisis intervention (CISM) is designed to stabilize and mitigate this response and return personnel to duty and adaptive functioning.
This course will benefit personnel in Military, Emergency Services (Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, and Dispatch), Disaster Response, Education, Employee Assistance, Healthcare, Mental Health, and Spiritual Care. This training meets the criteria for Peer Support training as defined in RCW 5.60.060.
Instructor: Daniel W. Clark, Ph.D., International Critical Incident Stress Foundation Faculty Member (bio available here)
Dates: Training begins 0830 on Monday, August 19th – 1700 on Wednesday, August 21st
Location: Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA 98438. Building 3273 on JBLM Lewis-Main
Tuition: $439.00 per student by August 6th; $539 per student August 6th and after
This course is a 3-day training, combining the Group Crisis Intervention and Assisting Individuals in Crisis courses. Training includes instruction, interactive role-plays, video examples, and discussions. Two Certificates of Completion, one for each course and with the University of Maryland Baltimore County Continuing Education Units, are provided at the conclusion of the training.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Dan Clark, 360.349.1698 or email@example.com.