Requesting This Course:
- This course is being offered at the following upcoming Regional Training. Click on the city name for further information and registration: Houston, TX and San Francisco, CA.
- For information on requesting this course for your organization through our Speakers Bureau program, please contact Millie Morehouse at [email protected].
Conditions of extreme stress require extraordinary counter-measures. Resilience training improves mental health and helps prevent mental illness. Resilience skills can also improve performance under stress, facilitate recovery from traumatic injury, and promote adaptation across the lifespan. Given the troubling rates in high-risk populations of PTSD, depression, anxiety, suicide, violence, and substance use disorder, the need for resilience training has never been greater. Practical evidence-based and theory-driven resilience principles and skills will be explored. Coping skills taught in clinical settings and in positive psychology will be explored with a view toward primary prevention and training—including cognitive-behavioral, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness, and emotional intelligence.
This course is designed especially for all emergency responders with a personal interest (such as military, police, firefighters, disaster workers) and those who support them, including mental health professionals, pastoral counselors/chaplains, leaders, and peer counselors.
- Defining Resilience
- Attributes of resilience
- Potential for primary prevention of PTSD
- Ideal sequence & format for teaching resilience
- Behavioral strengths
- Constructive belief system
- Emotional intelligence
- Social intelligence
- Philosophical & spiritual intelligence
- Pre-crisis preparation
Completion of “Resilience Training: Psychological Survival Skills for Before, During & After Crises” and receipt of a certificate indicating full attendance (14 Contact Hours) qualifies as a class in ICISF’s Certificate of Specialized Training Program.
Continuing Education Information
Two-Day Course: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
14 Contact Hours; 14 PDHs for EAPs; 14 Contact Hours for National Certified Addiction Counselors; OR 1.4 General CEUs from UMBC
Continuing education information listed is only applicable when attending an ICISF Regional Training.