Assisting Individuals in Crisis 

May 3-4, 2012 | Appleton, Wisconsin


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This training provides essential training for the non-mental health professional, and is recognized by the International Critical Incidence Stress Foundation (ICISF). Crisis intervention, sometimes called “emotional first-aid”, is conducted individually (one-on-one) or in groups. This training is designed to teach participants the fundamentals and specific protocols for individual intervention.

A variety of topics and discussions relevant to the issues that put individuals at risk and in crisis today are included. Training modules will cover: the concept of Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), understanding CISM, basic terms and concepts relevant to the study of crisis, traumatic stress, and crisis intervention; differential utilities, psychological reactions to crisis and trauma, reintegrating returning veterans, psychological conditions, the SAFER protocol, human resources (HR), and supervisory post-incident issues.

Who Should Attend

  • Law enforcement personnel
  • Emergency services personnel
  • Military and business/industrial personnel without formal training in mental health
  • Human Resources and peer support personnel
  • Mental health professionals who want to increase their knowledge of one-on-one crisis intervention techniques

Registration & Logistics

The fee to attend is $95 per participant and includes instructional costs and program materials. This course is scheduled for 8:00 am to 5:00 pm each day, including a half-hour lunch break (on your own). Participants will receive 16 continuing training hours through FVTC upon successful completion.

Register online today (class #33732) - should you experience registration challenges or have questions, contact us at 888-370-1752. This training will be held at:

Fox Valley Technical College
Room C190C (Entrance 15)
1825 N. Bluemound Drive
Appleton, WI 54914

For questions about this training program contact Lisa Bell (phone: 920-993-5258.)

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