Practical two day workshop which teaches the CRISIS Schema technique. No prerequisite Upcoming Training Dates
Critical Incident Stress Integration & Support (CRISIS) is a person-centered and holistic approach to provide effective support for individuals after stressful & traumatic experiences.Training provides the knowledge and skills required to use the step by step process.
You will learn:
- What you might expect when someone has been in a crisis situation
- Theory and exercises on person-centered, non-judgemental communication for use in or
- out of a crisis situation.
- Theory and technique to help move the person from a distracted, reactive state to a more
- stable mental and emotional condition.
- What information may be needed to provide assistance about practical considerations and
- further support.
This technique will be useful to wide variety of support personnel to help anyone who has experienced a potentially overwhelming incident/event or situation. It is equally applicable to victims of disasters, to crisis responders themselves, or any peer support practices.
The psycho-social nature of the CRISIS Schema means that ordinary people can be trained as Facilitators, in order to help other people in their organizations or social groups, providing immediate and effective support.
In short, a CRISIS Schema Facilitator provides a supportive and humane response to the emotional and psychological needs of a fellow human beings when something bad has happened.
Through supervised activities and study, the student will be able to:
- Identify when to apply CRISIS Schema
- Explain how to apply the CRISIS Schema
- List the six core elements of the CRISIS Schema
- Compare critical incidents with subjective critical incidents
- Analyze the effects of destabilization
- List the Rules of Facilitation and why we use them
- Use skills from communication exercises to establish & maintain communion
- Compare Facilitation mode and Consultation mode
- Analyze the ascending and descending triads of communion and alienation
- Describe peritraumatic reactions (a complex array of reactions experienced following a critical incident)
- Demonstrate the 3 phases of the core element-Integration
- Apply the CRISIS Schema to facilitate integration and the reduction of emotional charge
- Explain the principles of Stabilization
- Describe what information can be provided to support people following a critical incident
- Discuss ways to facilitate ongoing support for people involved in critical incidents