Debriefing in the Workplace: A stress, trauma, and vicarious trauma mitigation tool.
Debriefing in the Workplace training offers practical knowledge of stress, trauma, and vicarious trauma, and teaches students how to facilitate debriefings in the workplace.
Debriefing is a critical incident stress management technique designed to assist staff who are coping with trauma and/or vicarious trauma that occur within the workplace. An organized, confidential discussion, debriefing is a group format that provides a secure environment for employees to process emotions, ask questions, express fears and concerns, share interpretations about an upsetting event, and gain evidence-based coping resources.
Based on the principles of Critical Incident Stress Management, this training offers a solid foundation for understanding stress, trauma, and vicarious trauma and teaches participants how to facilitate debriefings within their own organization.
- Facilitate in-house debriefing sessions
- Identify how trauma affects critical thinking, cognition, problem-solving, etc
- Understand the complementary roles of stress management, resilience, and career longevity
- Learn evidence-based techniques that mitigate negative work-related effects