MORNING SESSION 8:00-12:00 (optional)

EAP CIR- The Multi-Systemic Resiliency Approach

3.5 content hours.

Objectives:

  • Integrate core clinical concepts of stress response, collegial grief, and resilience with practical EAP onsite response.

  • Align traditional crisis intervention techniques within the EAP response environment.

  • Reduce the risk of re-traumatization through a resilient based, group process. 

Introduction- Resilience Continuum

  • Resilience Poll

Multi-Systemic Resiliency Approach

  • Clinical Foundation

    • Stress Response

      • The interpretation of threat

      • Physiological indicators

    • Collegial Grief

      • Grief theory

      • Resiliency/Grief groups

      • Organizational impact

    • Resilience

      • Identifying resilient attributes and processes

      • The temporal dimensions of resilience

Crisis Intervention

  • Peer Teams

  • Psychological First Aid

Employee Assistance Programs

  • Dual-client perspective

  • Workplace Culture

Interventions

  • Management Consultation

  • Corporate Briefings

  • 1:1

  • Resiliency groups

  • 1:2

  • Outreach

  • Handouts

  • Referral

  • Follow-up

AFTERNOON SESSION​ 1:00-4:30

Application of MSRA to Mass Shooting Incident

3.0 Contact Hours

Objectives

  • Utilize a consistent, EAP based Crisis Intervention framework (MSRA) with mass shooting incidents.

  • Learn additional strategies unique to the EAP response of mass shooting incidents.

  • Integrate lessons learned from previous mass shooting incidents and acts of terrorism.

Introduction

  • Resilience Continuum

  • Run. Hide. Fight.

Multi-Systemic Resiliency Approach- Review

Prevalence of Mass Shooting Events

  • Importance of Motive

    • Terrorism​

      • Domestic​

      • International

    • Mental Health​

  • Lessons Learned​

Pre-Incident Partnership

Navigating the Response Scene

First Contact 

  • Management Consultation​

    • Fluidity

    • Security/Safety Priority​

      • Physical

      • Accounting for employees/members​

      • Family contact/notification

      • First Responder protocols

      • Communication outlets

      • Safe Zones

      • Access

    • Race for Onsite Providers​

  • Provider Selection

  • Safe Zones​​​

Internal EAP Fatigue and Support​

 

Onsite Crisis Intervention

  • Ethics and the Power of the Incident

  • Safe Zones

    • Uniting

    • Leadership Meeting

    • Corporate Briefing

      • Leadership role​

      • EAP role

      • Spiritual role

    • EAP Access

      • 1:1​

      • 1:2

      • PFA Group

      • Resilience Group

    • Return to​ Workplace

      • Physical Damage

      • Crime Scene

      • Perception of Safety

      • Mock return​

      • EAP support

    • Referrals/Handouts

    • Family Support

 

The Injured

  • Leave of Absence Status

  • Importance of Inclusion

  • Referrals

The Deceased

  • Tragic Death

  • Grief/Resiliency Groups

  • Honoring Survivors

  • Community Bereavement

Media Management

  • Impact on Employee Recovery​

  • Impact on Organizational Resilience

 

Community Connection

Sustaining Resilience

Transitioning EAP Services

Self Care

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