Crisis Intervention

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Whether you are a first responder, a mental health crisis worker, or a treatment professional you deal with people in crisis. Crisis Intervention focuses on acute, critical incidents with the goal of helping the person return to a new safe state of equilibrium as soon as possible.  It’s based on a temporal continuum including the recent past (something happened in a person’s life), the present (they are reacting to it now) and the future (we do whatever we can to get them safely back to normal equilibrium). FSS provides training to equip first responders and crisis personnel to recognize and deal with people in crisis. 

Introduction to Crisis Intervention Teams
Basic Crisis Response for Individuals and Communities
Ethics for Crisis Response
Home Visit Safety
Intercept Zero – Preventing Criminal Justice Contact
Overview of Crisis Theory and Response