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Crisis Intervention Strategies

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So you have a crisis on your hands. What’s next?

Do you know how to react in time of a crisis?   Do you have the skills needed for direct crisis intervention?  If you do not then you are probably going to want to read this.    The first step is the easiest to say but the hardest to do… Remain calm.    If you are not panicking then you can enact crisis intervention strategies.   Next you will want to get those involved in the crisis to safety.   Lives matter the most.   Everything else can easily be replaced.    For the following steps please review below:

From Interventionsupport.com

Skills for Crisis Intervention

If you know someone who is suffering from the ravages of addiction, you are probably familiar with the concept of a crisis. Individuals who abuse drugs often have emergencies in their lives, ranging from overdoses to evictions as well as legal issues concerning them and their children. Crises, while exhausting and stress-inducing, can be great times to stage an intervention that might help your friend or loved one finally decide to get the help they need to survive.

For the full article please go here.

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Take a deep breathe and say to yourself this could be a lot worse.

Crisis Intervention skills are a needed skill set everyone should at least be familiar with.  Knowing what do you when an event happens and having a plan in mind can be the difference in lives being lost.  In times of crisis you never know if you will be needed.

If you are interested learning more about crisis intervention counseling then you should go to our website.

 

 

 

 

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