Post Trauma – Crisis Support

This intervention is to enable employees involved in a traumatic incident at work to recover sooner
from the impact of the experience and return to normal functioning and levels of effectiveness.

Post Trauma – Crisis Support

This intervention is to enable employees involved in a traumatic incident at work to recover sooner from the impact of the experience and return to normal functioning and levels of effectiveness. This is imperative to the organisation, as post trauma intervention facilitates the return to normal work and hence is cost effective, avoiding sickness absence and unnecessary disruption to performance and profits.

  • Who Can Benefit?

    Anybody affected by traumatic critical incidents, regardless of whether the involvement is direct or otherwise.

  • Main Benefits

    • The ventilation of impressions, feelings, and reactions
    • The promotion of cognitive organisation through clear understanding of events and reactions
    • Decreasing group and individual tension
    • Emphasising the normality of the experience
    • Preparation for symptoms or reactions which may arise
    • Identifying resources available for help for future
    • Minimising sickness absence
    • Minimising disruption to productivity
    • Learning coping techniques specific to incident
    • Learning coping techniques to build resilience generally
  • Attendees and Duration

    The debriefing can be either with one person or more. If it is a group debriefing, all those who are part of the team should attend, even if they were not present for the incident.

  • Summary

    The delivery of the debriefing is interactive and will enable discussions at depth from a holistic perspective. There is also opportunity to explore options and solutions and practice techniques presented. The delegates will take away techniques and solutions to overcome the impact of the trauma and return to normal.

  • Follow Up

    We will be delighted to offer follow up sessions at a subsidised rate to support you with revisiting and reinforcing the input.

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