Every day, Australians working in health and emergency services are faced with highly challenging situations – whether it is responding to critical incidents or interacting with distressed and vulnerable people experiencing difficult circumstances. These extreme situations can test health and emergency services workers’ capability and resilience.
Whether exposure to challenging situations is one-off or repeated, health and emergency services workers face the risk of psychological injury unless they and their organisations have robust, evidenced based strategies at their disposal to assist them to build resilience and effectively manage these situations.
This seminar and workshop will provide you with highly practical information and tools that you can use to build the resilience of your teams and manage the psychological impact of these challenging situations
You can download the program Final flyer – Workplace Trauma in Health & Emergency Services – Building Skills to Survive and Thrive here