Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Individual Crisis Intervention and Peer Support and Group


The need for appropriate follow up services and referrals when necessary is also described. Considerable evidence gathered to date strongly supports the multi-component crisis intervention strategy, which is discussed in this course.




At the conclusion of the program, participants should be able to:

  • Define stress, critical incident stress, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • List at least four fundamental principles of crisis intervention.
  • List the 10 basic interventions of CISM.
  • Define and describe in detail the CISM group processes of demobilization, crisis management briefing, defusings, and CISD debriefings.
  • Define and describe in detail the CISM individual process of SAFER-R.
  • List common critical incident stress signs and symptoms.
  • Demonstrate individual and group crisis intervention techniques.




The audience for this class includes emergency services, military, business/industrial, hospital, and mental health professionals who desire to increase their abilities to utilize crisis intervention techniques.


 Please Note: A full refund of your registrations costs will be given for cancellations received 2 business days prior to the start of the class. Cancellations should made to the Crisis Training Institute at (412) 864-5049, please include your name, name and date(s) of the training you were scheduled to attend, date and time you are calling. No refunds will be given for cancellations occurring within 2 business days of the start of the training. Thank you.


For questions about this class please contact:
Jeffrey Magill
(412) 586-9029
[email protected]

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Champion Commons 5231 Penn Ave Pittsburgh Pa 15224
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