FRENCH Assisting Individuals in Crisis

FRENCH Assisting Individuals in Crisis

FRENCH Assisting Individuals in Crisis

Assistance Aux Personnes En Situation de Crise

By: George S. Everly, Jr., Phd, CCISM

ISBN: 978-1-943001-06-4
Subject: Core Courses
Highlights: New Release

Ce cours est conçu pour quiconque désire accroître ses connaissances de techniques d’intervention individuelle (un-à-un) en situation critique dans les domaines d’affaires, d’industries, d’intervention en situation critique, en réaction aux catastrophes, éducation, services d’urgence, aide aux employés, soins de la santé, sécurité territoriale, santé mentale, militaire, soins spirituels, et stress traumatique.

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L’Intervention en situation critique n’est pas une psychothérapie. Il s’agit plutôt d’une intervention en santé mentale d’urgence aigüe qui requiert une formation spécifique. À ce que les premiers soins sont à la chirurgie, l’intervention en situation critique est à la psychothérapie. Ce programme est conçu pour enseigner aux participants la base, ainsi qu’un protocole spécifique, pour répondre aux personnes en situation critique. Ce cours a été conçu pour quiconque désire accroître ses connaissances des techniques d’intervention individuelle (un-à-un) en situation critique dans les domaines d’affaires, d’industries, d’intervention en situation critique, en réaction aux catastrophes, éducation, services d’urgence, aide aux employés, soins de la santé, sécurité territoriale, santé mentale, militaire, soins spirituels, et stress traumatique.

Pages: 96
Language: French
Publisher: International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc.

George S. Everly, Jr., Phd, CCISM

George S. Everly, Jr., PhD, CCISM is an award-winning author and researcher. In 2016, he was ranked #1 published author in the world by PubMed PubReMiner in the field of crisis intervention. He holds appointments as Professor in the Department of International Health (affiliated) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Associate Professor (part time) in Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Professor of Psychology at Loyola University in Maryland (core faculty). He is considered one of the founding fathers of the field of disaster mental health. He was a co-founder of the Dept of Psychiatry at Union Memorial Hospital and served on the management committee 12 years. In addition, he has served on the adjunct faculty of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the FBI’s National Academy at Quantico, Virginia, and ATF’s Peer Support Team. He is an advisor to the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong. Dr. Everly is co-founder of, and serves as a non-governmental representative to the United Nations for, the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, a non-profit United Nations-affiliated public health and safety organization. He was Senior Advisor on Research in the Office of His Highness the Amir of Kuwait. Prior to these appointments, Dr. Everly was a Harvard Scholar, visiting in psychology, Harvard University; a Visiting Lecturer in Medicine, Harvard Medical School; and Chief Psychologist and Director of Behavioral Medicine for the Johns Hopkins Homewood Hospital Center.