Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Managing School Crises: From Theory to Application
Designed to prepare school administrators and all educators for the inevitable crises that occur within schools and/or that effect those in schools, this two-day training reflects the 3 most common phases of a crisis: pre-crisis planning, acute crisis response and post-crisis activities. Participants of this training are introduced to the CISM framework and specific intervention techniques that can easily be applied within the school setting. These intervention techniques are research-informed and widely recognized for their effectiveness. Participants will be given opportunities to explore the elements of effective crisis management through multiple group activities. This course is designed for anyone with working in or with those in an educational setting.
This training provides 13 hours of Continuing Education Credits for the following licenses: Psychologist, Professional Counselor, Psychological Associate, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapist, Chemical Dependency Counselor, Peer Specialist, Supported Employment Specialist and Certified Family Partner. Upon successful completion of the training, you must complete an evaluation to receive any applicable certificates.