Trauma Debriefing

Critical Incident Stress Management

What is Trauma? 

Trauma occurs when a person experiences or witnesses actual or threatened death, serious injury or sexual violence. These events cause overwhelming fear, helplessness or horror in the victim or witness.

domestic or family violence, dating violence

community violence (shooting, mugging, burglary, assault, bullying)

sexual or physical abuse

natural disaster such as a hurricane, flood, fire or earthquake

a serious car accident

sudden unexpected or violent death of someone close (suicide, accident)

serious injury (burns, dog attack)

major surgery or life-threatening illness (childhood cancer)

war or political violence (civil war, terrorism, refugee)

Examples of Trauma

Individual/Family Debriefing

Have you or those close to you experienced trauma? Are you in need of debriefing? Book a P.A.C.E Worker to come to your home and lead a debriefing session. Debriefing is best done within 72 hours of a crisis.

Contact us now to request an Individual, Family or Group debriefing session.

519-355-9576

Ken.Oneil@pace-inc.com

Workplace Debriefing

Book a trained P.A.C.E Worker to lead debriefing sessions in your workplace. Services are offered in-person or virtually. Ideal for healthcare and emergency response workers, or any group of professionals experiencing trauma.

Book a FREE assessment today to discuss pricing, scheduling and individual workplace needs.

519-355-9576

Ken.Oneil@pace-inc.com

What is Debriefing?

 Debriefing  is a proactive intervention involving a group or individual meeting or discussion about a particularly distressing critical incident. It is a confidential and voluntary opportunity to learn about stress, share reactions to an incident and vent emotions.

When is Debriefing done?

 Ideally debriefing is conducted between 24 and 72 hours after the incident, but may be held later under exceptional circumstances.

Goals of Debriefing

 The main purpose of debriefing is to stabilize people affected by the incident so that they can return to their normal routines without unusual stress.

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