Thursday, April 25, 2019

HELPING FAMILIES OF SUICIDE VICTIMS

This course is designed for those who find themselves working with the families of suicide victims. The course addresses the special needs of these victims, and teaches ways to help to provide the appropriate psychological first aid crucial to those so deeply affected by suicide. Crisis communication techniques are presented and practiced, as well as what to say and what not to say to. Group exercises, role play scenarios, and video vignettes add to the training. This training is available in both a half-day as well as a full day format.

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Greg Young has over 20 years of ministry and pastoral experience. He is a trained pastoral psychotherapist and has done extensive training in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM). He also functions as chaplain and critical incident stress debriefing expert in his local area. Greg is on call with The Salvation Army's crisis intervention team for regional and national disaster zones and is the Field Director for Christian Emergency Network which rallies churches to Be Ready themselves and to minister locally within any crisis
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