The process of Resilience has already begun before an organization contacts their EAP.
Since MSRA's release in 2013, this remains a fundamental principle if you are going to be successful providing EAP CIR.
As EAP professionals, we need to recognize and fully understand the resiliency process. Knowing this, we can complement ongoing successful operations with safe, resilient focused EAP interventions. Coordinating the four key systems (organization, employees, EAPs, onsite providers) to work synergistically towards an optimal outcome, is what this training provides. It goes beyond the focus of mitigating stress responses to providing an EAP mission oriented service that is inclusive of the organizational culture, and consistent with research informed principles.
The central theme of our 2020 training remains the application of core clinical and EAP operational components and resilience based interventions.
TAILORED EAP STAFF TRAINING
RDA comes to you. We provide workshops to your dedicated EAP team. This approach allows your entire team to be on the same page and integrate EAP CIR MSRA into each of their unique roles and perspectives. Once this has been completed RDA will work with the EAP to get their key affiliate providers trained by offering discounted trainings both live and through our exclusive online format. The affiliate provider field has been exposed to a variety of response models that may not align with the MSRA approach. This is an important recognition and challenge as EAP moves to evolve their response approach. To consult further on this training option, send an email to:
Kaiser Permanente EAP
Homewood Health EAP
Supportive Systems EAP
US Senate EAP
US House EAP
Cooper University Health
McLaughlin Young EAP
NJ Transit EAP
Impact Solutions EAP
Helping Hands EAP
Work Partners EAP
Join these EAPs and other professionals in unifying a consistent, EAP CIR approach:
Talk with Robert about your EAP CIR service needs
About your trainer:
Robert Intveld, LCSW, CEAP has been in the EAP field for over 28 years. He has provided clinical, operational and administrative services with all EAP models. His particular interest in critical incident response has led him to overseeing and/or providing interventions at Columbine HS, OK City bombing, 3 NY terrorist attacks including 9/11, Gulf Oil Spill, Mall shootings, Newtown CT and many others. These experiences led him down a path of finding a more viable response approach consistent with the EAP mission and research on resilience that response models in the field were lacking. MSRA has since become the EAP CIR approach of choice