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Crisis Care Network & Keys’ announcing collaborative work: Webinars on Crisis


Crisis Care Network (CCN) & Keys To Safer (Keys’)

CCN & Keys’ announcing collaborative work producing Crisis Training Webinars for Mental Health Professionals

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Keys To Safer an International School/Business Violence Prevention Service organizations is Keys To Safer Schools.comCrisis Care Networkexcited to announces their collaborative work with Crisis Care Network, the leading provider of critical incident response services to the workplace.  The collaboration is the development of webinar trainings for Mental Health professionals in Critical Incident Crisis Counseling.

One webinar which Keys’ developed for this collaborative endeavor is our “Emotional Urgent Care” for therapist’s to prepare them to provide Critical Incident Response Management services.  Mike Nelson, MS, LPC, NCC is Keys’ National US Director and an International Trainer for Keys’, he is the one delivering this Webinar.   Mr. Nelson is a Critical Incident Response Provider/Consultant and has provided services through Crisis Care Network since 2008. According to Crisis Care Network, the “Emotional Urgent Care” collaborative webinar targeting children and teens will be apart of their web-based system in 2016.

Who is Crisis Care Network?

Experienced in coordinating the on-site and telephonic response for nearly 25,000 major incidents throughout the U.S., Crisis Care Network was also Crisis Care Networkfirst in leveraging the power of the internet to develop completely web-enabled Critical Incident Response Management System. This system harnesses the power of the web to ensure that all involved professionals apply “best practices” throughout every phase of service delivery including referral, response and reporting. Crisis Care Network was also heavily involved in response to 9/11 and the Gulf-area hurricanes and responds nearly 500 times each month to workplace incidents such as robberies, violence, employee death, and catastrophic accidents. After a robbery, a death of an employee, the downsizing of an organization or a disaster, employees of an organization are impacted by this event.

When tragedy strikes, Crisis Care Network often receives the first call for help about a 1000 times per month. The request for help comes from EAPs, insurers, and employers in communities like yours. They have established the nation’s largest network of master’s and doctoral level clinicians trained as Critical Incident Response Consultants. Recognizing the vital role they play, they are dedicated to supporting, training and serving their Mental Health Consultants when they are called upon to deliver services.

What is “Emotional Urgent Care”?

Emotional Urgent Care (EUC)Emotional Urgent Care (EUC) Disaster, Crisis Intervention Response Counseling for Mental Health & Counselor Professionals.  EUC provides emergency psychological care to victims in crisis, to assist them in returning to an adaptive level of functioning and to prevent or limit the potential negative impact of emotional trauma.

Emotional Urgent Care is a systematic crisis intervention model in Critical Incident Response Consulting, it is an analogous to establishing a road-map as a model of the actual roads, highways, and directions one will be taking on a trip. Thus, the clinician can visualize the implications of each proposed crisis intervention guide post and technique in the model’s process and sequence of events and make any necessary adjustments to assist individuals in returning to an adaptive level of functioning. The EUC model has a series of guideposts that makes it easier to remember alternative methods and techniques, thus facilitating the critical incident crisis counseling process. By learning about each component or stage of this model, the clinician will better understand how each component relates to one another and should facilitate goal attainment, problem solving, and crisis resolution.  To learn more…

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