Trauma Education & Consultation Services, Inc.
Training + Coaching + Supervision

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Trauma and Crisis Managers: Processing on-the-job Experiences


When: June 24, 2016 Time: 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM


Cost: Regular, $120 (Includes CEUs) Early Bird: $95 by June 17


Where: Eagle’s Landing Christian Counseling Center

1944 Brannan Rd., McDonough, GA 30253

Description: Trauma-informed care is the standard of care for mental health and addiction clients, according SAMHSA. Crisis managers, such as police officers, fire-fighters, nurses, doctors and even social workers, counselors and pastors all play a unique role in managing the after-math of disasters whether they are natural or man-made. The management of a catastrophe can result in secondary trauma as well as direct, on-the-job traumatic experiences. The impact of trauma is cumulative. It may not be just one horrific incident that leads to PTSD, depression, anxiety or other symptoms. It may be years of responding to or listening to such experiences that leads to “burn-out”, “cop-shock”, “wounded-warrior syndrome” or even suicide. This workshop will address some of the unique needs of crisis managers and present a structured, “source-focused” approach to assisting crisis managers, especially counselors, in recovery from traumatic events and in on-going maintenance.



Goals and Objectives: Through slide presentation, lecture, discussion  and role-play,


1. Participants will identify the primary differences between “crisis manager” job related trauma and other types of trauma.

2. Participants will review the “Trauma Survivor Blueprint©” and be able to articulate the development of a trauma identity for crisis managers.

3. Participants will participate in role-playing the five step process of Strategic Trauma and Abuse Recovery© for crisis managers.


CEUs: 6 core hours have been applied through LPCAGA and NASW-GA . LMFT can count as related.


Registration and Payment Information: $120 includes CEUs.  (Lunch on your own.) Register by June 17 at midnight for a $25 discount. *There are no refunds for missed workshops or cancellations. However, you will be offered opportunities to attend other workshops within the same 12 month period.* Please review the entire list of Training Policies before registering.



Please register in advance:

1. Online by clicking on the Pay Now button above to complete your registration and payment. After payment has been accepted, you will be redirected to a confirmation page with instructions for the workshop. (Preferred method)

2. By telephone at 678-289-6981, and include your email for a registration confirmation, or

Download a Flyer and/or registration form here.

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