Deliberate practice done consistently over time improves performance
A crisis is an acute psychological reaction to a critical incident or some distressing life circumstance. As a crisis responder, it is critical that you tailor your response to the reaction to the event rather than to the event itself. The first 48 hours are critical.
* ASSISTING SURVIVORS IN SOLVING IMMEDIATE CONCERNS
* HELPING A PERSON PROBLEM SOLVE AND TAKE ACTION
* HELPING A PERSON MAINTAIN A HOPEFUL AND OPTIMISTIC ATTITUDE
* HELPING SURVIVORS DRAW ON THEIR FAITH AND BELIEFS, AND RECONNECT