Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

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    Programs that help individuals (e.g., paramedics, police officers, disaster workers) who have been involved in emergency operations under conditions of extreme stress or people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as workplace or school violence recover from the traumatizing effects of the experience utilizing a therapeutic technique which enables them to process the event and put it behind them. A CISD enables workers and others to discuss what happened, their role in the event, the impact of the experience and skills for coping with the after effects. A CISD will generally alleviate the acute stress responses which sometimes appear at the scene or immediately thereafter and will at least inhibit delayed stress reactions which can appear days, weeks or even months later.

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    Bucks County Emergency Health Services - Critical Incident Stress Management ProgramThe restoration of human dignity and self worth to emergency services personnel who are experiencing normal reactions and normal symptoms of distress because they were exposed to a highly abnormal event – a CRITICAL INCIDENT to them.BucksBucks County Emergency Health Services - Bucks; IvylandBucks County Emergency Health Services
    Lancaster County Emergency Management AgencyServes as coordinator with county, state and federal agencies to mitigate the effects of disaster emergencies. Services include: - Assists businesses and industries that deal with hazardous chemicals to develop evacuation plans - Provides public education on actions to take during emergencies LancasterLancaster County Emergency Management AgencyCounty of Lancaster
    Pinebrook Family Answers - Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)Corporate programs include general employee assistance programs as well as specialized programs such as the Critical Incident Stress Management program. LehighPinebrook Family Answers - Allentown - West WalnutPinebrook Family Answers
    Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Critical Incident Stress Management Team (CISM)A partnership between mental health and emergency personnel, to aid emergency and other high-risk workers who have been exposed to trauma on the job. CISM helps workers to recover from the experience, return to daily life, and avoid the long-term effects of traumatic stress.ErieSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Main OfficeSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot
    Schuylkill County Emergency Management AgencyServes as coordinator with county, state and federal agencies to mitigate the effects of disaster emergencies. Services include: Provide service that aids in the control of hazardous materials. Provides public education on actions to take during emergencies. Assists both public and private entities in developing mitigation plans to lessen the impact of disasters through hazardous identification and risk assessment. Help to develop evacuation plans in the case of emergencies. SchuylkillSchuylkill County Emergency Management AgencySchuylkill County Emergency Management Agency
    UPMC Altoona Critical Incident Stress DebriefingPrograms that help individuals (e.g., paramedics, police officers, disaster workers) who have been involved in emergency operations under conditions of extreme stress or people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as workplace or school violence recover from the traumatizing effects of the experience utilizing a therapeutic technique which enables them to process the event and put it behind them. A CISD enables workers and others to discuss what happened, their role in the event, the impact of the experience and skills for coping with the after effects. A CISD will generally alleviate the acute stress responses which sometimes appear at the scene or immediately thereafter and will at least inhibit delayed stress reactions which can appear days, weeks or even months later.BlairUPMC Altoona Behavioral Health ServicesUPMC Altoona

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