may, 2024

16may(may 16)8:00 am17(may 17)5:00 pmGroup Crisis Intervention Course


Event Details

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This 2-day course, combined with the Assisting Individuals in Crisis course, comprise the two basic foundational courses for Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), a process created to equip participants in providing basic, initial care for people who have experienced a critical incident. It is a form of “psychological or emotional first aid” designed to begin the process of helping individuals, using different group techniques, cope better with these incidents. Crisis Intervention is NOT psychotherapy or a substitute for psychotherapy, but rather a specialized, acute, emergency mental health intervention that follows specific protocols and requires specialized training. Program Highlights • Relevant research findings • Relevant recommendations for practice • Incident assessment • Strategic intervention planning • “Resistance, resilience, recovery” continuum • Informational group crisis interventions (RITS & CMB) • Interactional group crisis interventions (Defusing & CISD) • Possible adverse outcomes associated with crisis intervention • Reducing inadvertent risks • Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD)

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16 (Thursday) 8:00 am - 17 (Friday) 5:00 pm


NCTTRAC Office, Suite 100

600 Six Flags Dr., Arlington, TX 76011


Tina Martin817-607-7026 600 Six Flags Drive, Suite 160, Arlington, Texas 76011