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Minimizing Caregiver Trauma in Emergency Response/Medicine 30 days

Trauma is caused by being exposed to a fearful, dangerous, or disturbing situation. For emergency response medical professionals, the responsibility to "make everything okay" in these already difficult and stressful situations adds to the severity of trauma. This training course discusses how to manage emotions during one of these incidents, have a self-awareness of stressors and previous trauma that may affect reactions, level self-expectations and offer self-forgiveness, and how to debrief following a traumatic emergency response incident.

A free PDF downloadable copy of the "Post-Action Strategic Debriefing(c) workbook is included in this training course.

Goals and Objectives:

  1. Participants will gain an understanding of the types of events that can cause trauma.
  2. Participants will be able to identify the different effects of trauma, and how individuals respond differently.
  3. Participants will be able to identify their own reactions to trauma, as well as an understanding of which methods of calming anxiety work for them personally.
  4. Participants will be able to follow a debriefing method to assist with managing the trauma effects after a difficult event.

This enrollment provides access to the class for thirty days.