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Critical Incident Stress Management Workshop April 25-26

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Critical Incident Stress Management Workshop April 25-26

GILLETTE, WY – Campbell County Health and the Campbell County CISM Team are sponsoring the Northeast Wyoming CISM Workshop, scheduled for April 25-26, 2013, 8 am-5 pm at the George Amos Building, 412 S. Gillette Ave.

The workshop provides practical experience and intervention development for anyone in the field of Behavioral Health, Crisis Intervention, Disaster Response, Education, Emergency Services, Fire/Rescue, Employee Assistance, Healthcare, Human Resources, Law Enforcement and Spiritual Care. There are three tracks to choose from. All courses receive 13 contact hours; 1.3 general CEU’s are available from UMBC (University of Maryland Baltimore County.) A certificate of completion is issued to each participant upon completion of the workshop.

Individual Crisis Intervention and Peer Support by Gordon E. Harper: This session will equip the participant in the appropriate intervention protocol of how to mitigate the emotional effects of the trauma experience in a one-on-one setting. This course is designed for anyone who desires to increase their knowledge of one-on-one crisis intervention techniques.

CISM: Law Enforcement Perspectives by Rod Warne: This session will provide practical “back pocket skills” in providing crisis intervention services to law enforcement organizations and individual personnel in crisis. This course is intended for law enforcement officers, their families, mental health professionals, chaplains, and organizations that interact within the law enforcement community.

Pastoral Crisis Intervention by Bob W. Rudichar: Pastoral Crisis Intervention introduces an effective integration of faith-based pastoral interventions with traditional crisis intervention techniques providing a powerful addition to traditional community and organizational psychological support resources. Chaplains, pastors, priests, pastoral counselors, ministers, and anyone interested or involved in the use of faith-based resources should attend.

Registration is $150. Register by calling Lacey Henningsen at 307.688.1536, or download a form at

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Karen Clarke
Manager Community Relations
Phone: 307-688-1581

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