The crisis is not the event, it is the reactions to it. When a critical event happens, FORTLOG ensures that you have the resources and tools to keep your people in the game.

CUSTOMIZABLE PROGRAMS

This course presents the core elements of a comprehensive, integrative, systematic and multi-component crisis interventions preparing participants to understand a wide range of services such as a CMB (Crisis Management Briefings), RITS (Rest, Information, Transition, Service), Defusing and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD). * View ICISF for more information on these courses. LET'S TALK

Course Highlights

  • Recommendations for practice
  • Incident assessment
  • Strategic intervention planning
  • The “Resistance, Resilience, Recovery” continuum
  • Large group crisis interventions
  • Small group crisis interventions
  • Adverse outcomes
  • Reducing risks
  • Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD)

Peer Support/1-to-1 Training

Designed to increase their knowledge of individual (one-on-one) crisis intervention techniques, from a specialized acute emergency mental health intervention approach also called PFA – Psychological First Aid. There are many models of psychological first aid (PFA), this table will help you understand how they align and (or can) work together. *View ICISF for more information on these courses LET'S TALK

Course Highlights

  • Psychological crisis and psychological crisis intervention
  • Resistance, resiliency, recovery continuum
  • Critical incident stress management
  • Evidence-based practice
  • Basic crisis communication techniques
  • Common psychological and behavioral crisis reactions
  • Putative and empirically-derived mechanisms
  • SAFER-Revised model
  • Suicide intervention
  • Risks of iatrogenic “harm”

Building upon Group Crisis Intervention course. It will provide proven strategies to intervene with those suffering the ill effects of their exposure to trauma, emphasizing advanced defusings and debriefings in complex situations.

Prerequisite: Group Crisis Intervention

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Course Highlights

  • Managing complex group-oriented crisis interventions
  • Nature and importance of incident assessment
  • Strategic intervention planning
  • Comprehensive, integrated, systematic and multi-component CISM
  • Concepts of enhanced group processes
  • Significantly delayed interventions
  • “Multiple incident CISD”
  • Suicide of a colleague
  • Small group crisis support sessions after a disaster

Pastoral Crisis Intervention (PCI) integrates pastoral interventions with the traditional community and organizational psychological support resources for chaplains, pastoral counselors, mental health professionals, and ministers.

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Course Highlights

  • Nature of human crisis
  • Nature of crisis intervention
  • Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
  • Signs and symptoms of the crisis state
  • The “crisis of faith”
  • Criteria for psychological triage
  • Strategic SAFER-PCI Model
  • Common PCI Mistakes
  • Challenging PCIs

Preparing the workplace to respond to potential traumatic incidents. Daily, thousands of people are exposed to varied and most often unexpected traumatic events, having a significant impact and a number of challenges for a company and its employees as well as impacting the productivity and psychological health of employees.

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Course Highlights

  • Critical incidents that can affect a workplace
  • Industry-specific culture and risk factors
  • Referral, site assessment, and consultation
  • Entities involved in a corporate crisis
  • Issues and challenges of HR in a crisis
  • Psychological crisis, employee concerns and wellness
  • Creating a crisis plan for a business
  • Developing a Peer team within a business
  • Appropriate CISM interventions within a workplace
  • Getting started in workplace crisis preparation and response

Covers key grief and loss concepts relating to trauma and traumatic death, preparing professionals for effective care throughout the grief process.

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Course Highlights

  • Characteristics of trauma
  • Clinical implications of grief
  • Primary needs of victims
  • What helps and what hurts
  • Types of traumatic events
  • Traumatic grief and grief reactions
  • Death notification
  • Applications of the SAFER model
  • Supporting grieving people
  • Personal self-care plan

The LE Perspectives differs from the first responder culture and is intended for individuals and organizations that interact within the law enforcement community providing practical “back pocket skills” in crisis intervention services to the “Blue Wall of Silence” in the law enforcement community.

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Course Highlights

  • Characteristics of trauma
  • Clinical implications of grief
  • Primary needs of victims
  • What helps and what hurts
  • Types of traumatic events
  • Traumatic grief and grief reactions
  • Death notification
  • Applications of the SAFER model
  • Supporting grieving people
  • Personal self-care plan