Evaluation, education, prevention, and inoculation in cases of
occupational and personal stress. Individual and group formats
provide positive coping mechanisms and essential stress survival
Anger as a secondary emotion. Process identifies precipitating
factors and tracks patterns of behavior, and yields positive,
cognitive, and behavioral approaches to coping. Designed for
individuals and groups.
Mediation and Dispute Resolution
Focuses on historical information and precipitating events as an
influence to conflict. Recognition of conflict escalators,
peripheral events, introduction of third-party intervention, and
coaching to resolve interpersonal and workplace conflict.
Short- and Long-Term Interventions
Recent tragedies at home and abroad have illustrated the effects of
exposure to trauma. Interventions address immediate and long-term
exposure to trauma, critical incidents, and high-profile cases.
Off-site evaluation of presenting problem and identification of
cursory issues target need and urgency. In-depth educational
component to minimize the effects of exposure, referral programs for
recovery, aftercare, and post-recovery management.
Training and Peer Support Programs
Training targets management and line personnel to identify the signs
and symptoms of stress exhaustion and stress-related disorders.
Designed to address immediate symptoms and minimize long-term
effects. Individual problem identification treatment plans for
positive coping and recovery, as well as peer support programs.
Programs for groups, families, and individuals.