Live Virtual Workshops
Critical Incident Group Debriefing
Credit Hours (CEC)
Critical Incident Group Debriefing - Live Virtual - June 20, 2023; 9am-4pm Central Time
Early rate expires 05/31/2023
Upon completion, participants should be able to:
- Understand how people respond differently to the same event
- Describe a framework for facilitating a group debriefing
- Know the benefits and potential problems with group debriefing
- Identify when critical incident group debriefing is appropriate
- Apply principles learned to their own environment
*Please allow only the registered individual(s) to view webinar materials
Method of Delivery
Presentation, video, case study exercises, experiential practice, personal reflection, delivered electronically.
Some of the Topics Included
- Definitions and Overview
- Role of Group Debriefing
- Possible Reactions to a Critical Incident
- Response Variables
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Group Debriefing History
- Group Debriefing Models
- Benefits and Problems with Group Debriefing
- Preparing for a Group Debriefing
- CIGD Phases
- Considerations About the Process
- Tips for Facilitators
This is an intermediate level workshop intended for school personnel, social service and health care professionals, counsellors, social workers, managers, human resource professionals, and anyone seeking a better understanding of how to facilitate a group debriefing after a tragic event.
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Trainer: John Koop Harder
John has been working as a therapist and trainer for over 20 years. He is a Registered Social Worker who holds a Master of Social Work degree. John is a contributing author of our Counselling Insights and Counselling in Relationships books. Much of John’s career has centred on working with children, youth, adults, and families dealing with crisis and trauma. While he has a diverse practice, he has particular interest and specialized experience in working with individuals and families impacted by mental health concerns, violence, post-war trauma recovery, gender/sexuality issues, and sexual abuse recovery. John’s work is also informed by his international experiences working with individuals and communities impacted by civil war and ethnic conflicts in Colombia, Albania, and Northern Ireland. John believes people are their own best experts and already have many of the skills, abilities, and competencies that will assist them to address the challenges influencing their lives. John is a warm and engaging facilitator who values interactive learning experiences. Read blogs written by John here.