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Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and Stress Management

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

Specially trained Appleseed staff are available to provide your team with Critical Incident Stress Debriefing  after impacted by a critical incident to offer a safe place to talk about traumatic events where they might have been hurt, saw others hurt or killed, or served as a first responder.  Critical Incident Stress Debriefing is designed to:

  • Assist with physical or psychological symptoms associated with a critical incident
  • Debrief and defuse for those involved to process emotions and thoughts associated with the event
  • Promote resiliency and recovery
  • Promote less short-term and long-term crisis reactions or psychological trauma
  • Often occurs 24-72 hours after initial critical incident

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Stress Management Training

Appleseed professionals offer Stress Management Training to local businesses and partners in order to:

  • Help professionals identify tools for effectively managing workplace stress
  • Improve productivity and personal well-being
  • Reduce negative organizational stress
  • Improve team communication and morale

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