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Crisis Intervention Training: Proactive and Reactive

Professionals trained in crisis intervention learn that there are several steps required to successfully stop a crisis from occurring. When someone is on the verge of a crisis or a disaster is about to happen this is when crisis intervention is needed the most. The goal of crisis intervention training is to assist the victim in dealing with a crisis and minimize the impact of the event from causing any emotional trauma. A crisis in normally any event that occurs where immediate action is required or else unfortunate things will happen to all involved. With Crisis Intervention serving as a buffer, it can help to alleviate the impact of the event and prevent further trauma. Safety and security is one of the main teachings of crisis intervention training. It is important to establish this for the victim before proceeding and allowing them to air their concerns and issues. The feeling of safety allows a crisis to lose steam and dissipate. Training also focuses on allowing the victim to voice their concerns and feel validated. Most training will also teach one to observe certain factors and keep the situation under control.

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