ERAP CRITICAL INCIDENT SEMINAR

AGENDA

Day 1 – Tuesday November 5, 2019

  • 17:00 Arrival
  • 17:00 – 18:00 Meet & Greet/Registration
  • 18:30 Introduction to Peers
  • 19:00 – 20:00 Instruments/Measures completed and handed to Peer
  • Housekeeping/Schedule
  • Confidentiality and Ground Rules – Form
  • Participants have free time to meet each other
  • 22:00 MHP/Peer meeting

Day 2 – Wednesday, November 6, 2019

  • 8:00 Morning refreshments and Informal Gathering
  • 8:30 Introduction of Program
  • Opening Remarks by Host and Clinical Director
  • Meet the Team and Moose
  • History and Overview of the Model
    • Combining the best elements of CISM, PEER SUPPORT and EMDR Therapy
  • CISM – Geoff
    • What is it?
    • Debates about CISM
  • What is Peer Support? – Marcia
    • How is this different than what Emergency Responders do?
    • Tell your injury story and your healing process.Where am I now?
    • Don’t try to fix anybody or solve their problem.
  • EMDR therapy (“What is it? How do I sign up?) – Dr. Robbie
  • Resourcing
    • Aroma
    • Container
    • Tactical Breathing/Square Breathing
    • Cue Word
    • Meditation – Jeff B
  • Critical Incident Stories
    • Suggestions on how to tell your story!Julie W
    • Incident Envy – John F
  • Critical Incident Stories
  • Lunch On-Site
  • Critical Incident Storiescontinue
  • Dinner On-Site
  • We may extend into the evening after our evening meal if we have not yet heard all of the Critical Incident Summaries.

 

Day 3 – Thursday, November 7, 2019

  • 8:00 Morning refreshments and Informal Gathering
  • 8:30 – 9:30 Medication and Addictions – Jeff Edelman, PNP
    • Psychotropic Medications
    • Ketamine
  • Addictions
    • Alcohol
    • Marijuana
    • Sex
  • Small Group Discussion – Peer Leaders/EMDR therapy Offered by Certified EMDR Therapists in individual sessions based on participant needs.
  • Lunch On-Site
  • The Career, Critical Incidents, Stress and Trauma – the Continuum 
    • Wear and tear
    • Acute Event
    • My Triggers?
    • Managing Triggers
    • What is happening in my brain?
    • It’s a brain injury
    • What are triggers?
    • Institutional Betrayal and Betrayal Trauma
    • CLEAR YOUR CALLS
      • “It’s OK to not be OK”!
      • “An abnormal reaction to an abnormal situation is normal!”
      • When no reaction is abnormal
    • Symptom Considerations for Employers/Employees/Colleagues
  • Healthy Relationships in Emergency Responders Couples & Families – Dr. Denise & Marcia J.
    • Parenting as an Emergency Responder
    • Parents
    • Spouses/Significant Others
    • Mentalizing/How to solve problems in relationships
  • Small Groups continue – Peer Leaders / EMDR therapy as needed
  • Sleep Fitness
  • Dinner/Group Meal
  • Meditation

Day 4 Friday, November 8, 2019

  • 7:30 Morning Coffee and Informal Gathering
  • 8:00 Post-traumatic Growth – Finding Meaning in what happened
  • Small Group Wrap-Up – After ERAP Connections – What’s Your Plan?
  • Lunch On-Site
  • Peer Connection Follow-up!
  • Post-Assessment and Post-traumatic Growth.What’s next?
  • Wrap- UP – Comments, Evaluations
  • Departure

Robbie Adler-Tapia, Ph.D.
Psychologist
1615 E. Warner Road, Suite 2
Tempe, AZ 85284
(480) 753-1655
www.DrRobbie.org
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