Assisting Individuals in Crisis and Group Crisis Intervention

Gallatin County Critical Incident Stress Management Team

GALLATIN COUNTY CRITICAL INCIDENT

STRESS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Presents

Assisting Individuals in Crisis and
Group Crisis Intervention

(CISM Basic Group and Peer Support)

March 3, 4, & 5, 2021 (Wednesday—Friday)

8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

Montana State University Police Dept. Training Center

1750 South 7th Ave., Bozeman, MT

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Federal, State, County, and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS,
Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses,
Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health Professionals

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery
Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management *
Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis
Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis
Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and
the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for
Practice

24 POST and CE Hours Available

After completion of “Assisting Individuals in Crisis” and “Group Crisis Intervention,” students
will receive a certificate for 24 contact hours. Completion of this course qualifies as two CORE
classes in the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation’s “Certificate of Specialized Training” Program.

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

 

For more information call:

Carol at 406.580-4443 or Lindsay Shepherd at 406.461-2335 ([email protected]).

The cost for the 3-day course is $250.00, which includes textbooks for each class.

Registration Form______________________________________________
Name
Mailing Address _____________________
Organization_____________________________________________________________________________________
Contact Phone __________________________________________________________
Email__________________________________________________________________________________________
Payment Information: Card Number ________________________________________________________________
Expiration _____/_______ CVV Code ______________ Zip Code __________________________

Please mail with check or email completed form to:
Carol Burroughs
2023 Stadium Drive, #2B
Bozeman, MT 59715
[email protected]

Gallatin County Critical Incident Stress Management Team

GALLATIN COUNTY CRITICAL INCIDENT

STRESS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Presents

Assisting Individuals in Crisis and
Group Crisis Intervention

(CISM Basic Group and Peer Support)

March 3, 4, & 5, 2021 (Wednesday—Friday)

8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

Montana State University Police Dept. Training Center

1750 South 7th Ave., Bozeman, MT

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Federal, State, County, and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS,
Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses,
Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health Professionals

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery
Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management *
Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis
Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis
Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and
the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for
Practice

24 POST and CE Hours Available

After completion of “Assisting Individuals in Crisis” and “Group Crisis Intervention,” students
will receive a certificate for 24 contact hours. Completion of this course qualifies as two CORE
classes in the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation’s “Certificate of Specialized Training” Program.

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

 

For more information call:

Carol at 406.580-4443 or Lindsay Shepherd at 406.461-2335 ([email protected]).

The cost for the 3-day course is $250.00, which includes textbooks for each class.

Registration Form______________________________________________
Name
Mailing Address _____________________
Organization_____________________________________________________________________________________
Contact Phone __________________________________________________________
Email__________________________________________________________________________________________
Payment Information: Card Number ________________________________________________________________
Expiration _____/_______ CVV Code ______________ Zip Code __________________________

Please mail with check or email completed form to:
Carol Burroughs
2023 Stadium Drive, #2B
Bozeman, MT 59715
[email protected]

Gallatin County Critical Incident Stress Management Team

GALLATIN COUNTY CRITICAL INCIDENT

STRESS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Presents

Assisting Individuals in Crisis and
Group Crisis Intervention

(CISM Basic Group and Peer Support)

March 3, 4, & 5, 2021 (Wednesday—Friday)

8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

Montana State University Police Dept. Training Center

1750 South 7th Ave., Bozeman, MT

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Federal, State, County, and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS,
Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses,
Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health Professionals

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery
Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management *
Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis
Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis
Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and
the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for
Practice

24 POST and CE Hours Available

After completion of “Assisting Individuals in Crisis” and “Group Crisis Intervention,” students
will receive a certificate for 24 contact hours. Completion of this course qualifies as two CORE
classes in the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation’s “Certificate of Specialized Training” Program.

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

 

For more information call:

Carol at 406.580-4443 or Lindsay Shepherd at 406.461-2335 ([email protected]).

The cost for the 3-day course is $250.00, which includes textbooks for each class.

Registration Form______________________________________________
Name
Mailing Address _____________________
Organization_____________________________________________________________________________________
Contact Phone __________________________________________________________
Email__________________________________________________________________________________________
Payment Information: Card Number ________________________________________________________________
Expiration _____/_______ CVV Code ______________ Zip Code __________________________

Please mail with check or email completed form to:
Carol Burroughs
2023 Stadium Drive, #2B
Bozeman, MT 59715
[email protected]

North Shore Consulting Presents Assisting Individuals in Crisis ​and Group Crisis Intervention (CISM Basic Group and Peer Support)

Hosted by Kalispell Fire and Police Departments

​April 7-9, 2021 (Wednesday—Friday) 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

405 Liberty St. Kalispell, MT (Faith Free Lutheran Church)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Federal, State, County and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses, Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health

Professionals​

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management * Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for Practice

24 POST and CE Hours Available

After completion of “Assisting Individuals in Crisis” and “Group Crisis Intervention,” students will receive a certificate for 24 contact hours. Completion of this course qualifies as two CORE classes in the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation’s “Certificate of Specialized Training” Program.

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

For more information contact Jessica Kinzer at 406-249-5590/ ​[email protected]​ or Carol Burroughs at 406-580-4443/​[email protected]

The cost for the 3-day course is $250.00 Cost includes textbooks for each class​.

———————————————————————————————————————————–

Name​____________________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address______________________________________________________________________

Organization___________________________________________________________________

Contact Phone________________________________________________________________________

Email________________________________________________________________________

Make Checks Payable to North Shore Consulting (if paying by credit card please call Jessica at (406-249-5590)

Mail completed form to: J​ essica Kinzer 161 Greenbriar Dr. Kalispell, Mt. 59901 Email information to:​ ​[email protected]

North Shore Consulting Presents Assisting Individuals in Crisis ​and Group Crisis Intervention (CISM Basic Group and Peer Support)

Hosted by Kalispell Fire and Police Departments

​April 7-9, 2021 (Wednesday—Friday) 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

405 Liberty St. Kalispell, MT (Faith Free Lutheran Church)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Federal, State, County and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses, Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health

Professionals​

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management * Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for Practice

24 POST and CE Hours Available

After completion of “Assisting Individuals in Crisis” and “Group Crisis Intervention,” students will receive a certificate for 24 contact hours. Completion of this course qualifies as two CORE classes in the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation’s “Certificate of Specialized Training” Program.

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

For more information contact Jessica Kinzer at 406-249-5590/ ​[email protected]​ or Carol Burroughs at 406-580-4443/​[email protected]

The cost for the 3-day course is $250.00 Cost includes textbooks for each class​.

———————————————————————————————————————————–

Name​____________________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address______________________________________________________________________

Organization___________________________________________________________________

Contact Phone________________________________________________________________________

Email________________________________________________________________________

Make Checks Payable to North Shore Consulting (if paying by credit card please call Jessica at (406-249-5590)

Mail completed form to: J​ essica Kinzer 161 Greenbriar Dr. Kalispell, Mt. 59901 Email information to:​ ​[email protected]

North Shore Consulting Presents Assisting Individuals in Crisis ​and Group Crisis Intervention (CISM Basic Group and Peer Support)

Hosted by Kalispell Fire and Police Departments

​April 7-9, 2021 (Wednesday—Friday) 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

405 Liberty St. Kalispell, MT (Faith Free Lutheran Church)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Federal, State, County and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses, Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health

Professionals​

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management * Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for Practice

24 POST and CE Hours Available

After completion of “Assisting Individuals in Crisis” and “Group Crisis Intervention,” students will receive a certificate for 24 contact hours. Completion of this course qualifies as two CORE classes in the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation’s “Certificate of Specialized Training” Program.

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

For more information contact Jessica Kinzer at 406-249-5590/ ​[email protected]​ or Carol Burroughs at 406-580-4443/​[email protected]

The cost for the 3-day course is $250.00 Cost includes textbooks for each class​.

———————————————————————————————————————————–

Name​____________________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address______________________________________________________________________

Organization___________________________________________________________________

Contact Phone________________________________________________________________________

Email________________________________________________________________________

Make Checks Payable to North Shore Consulting (if paying by credit card please call Jessica at (406-249-5590)

Mail completed form to: J​ essica Kinzer 161 Greenbriar Dr. Kalispell, Mt. 59901 Email information to:​ ​[email protected]

FERGUS COUNTY CRITICAL INCIDENT

STRESS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Presents

Group Crisis Intervention

(Basic Critical Incident Stress Management)

April 16-17, 2021 (Friday-Saturday)

8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

CMMC Hospice House * 304 McKinley St. * Lewistown, MT

(behind the new Emergency Department at the hospital)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: 

Federal, State, County and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses, Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health Professionals

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management *  Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for Practice

14 POST and CE Hours Available

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

For more information call Carol at 406.580-4443 or

Theresa Majerus at 406.350-0016 or [email protected]

The cost for the 2-day course is $135.00, which includes textbooks.

 

Registration Form______________________________________________

 

Name                                                                                                                                                   

 

Mailing Address                                                                                                   _____________________

 

Organization_____________________________________________________________________________________

 

Contact Phone                                         __________________________________________________________

 

Email__________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Payment Information:  Card Number ________________________________________________________________

 

Expiration _____/_______ CVV Code ______________ Zip Code __________________________

 

Please mail with check or email completed form with payment information to:

 

Carol Burroughs

2023 Stadium Drive, #2B

Bozeman, MT  59715

[email protected]

 

FERGUS COUNTY CRITICAL INCIDENT

STRESS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Presents

Group Crisis Intervention

(Basic Critical Incident Stress Management)

April 16-17, 2021 (Friday-Saturday)

8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

CMMC Hospice House * 304 McKinley St. * Lewistown, MT

(behind the new Emergency Department at the hospital)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: 

Federal, State, County and City Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Dispatch, Detention Officers, Probation & Parole, ED Nurses, Search & Rescue, Ski Patrol, Chaplains, Mental Health Professionals

History of Critical Incident Stress Management * Resistance, Resiliency, Recovery Continuum * Incident Assessment * Critical Incident Stress Management *  Strategic Intervention Planning * Common Psychological and Behavioral Crisis Reactions * Large & Small Group Interventions * Resiliency Training * Crisis Management Briefings * Basic Crisis Communication Techniques * Defusings and the CISD * Risk Reduction * Suicide Intervention * Relevant Recommendations for Practice

14 POST and CE Hours Available

Instructor Bio Crisis Intervention

For more information call Carol at 406.580-4443 or

Theresa Majerus at 406.350-0016 or [email protected]

The cost for the 2-day course is $135.00, which includes textbooks.

 

Registration Form______________________________________________

 

Name                                                                                                                                                   

 

Mailing Address                                                                                                   _____________________

 

Organization_____________________________________________________________________________________

 

Contact Phone                                         __________________________________________________________

 

Email__________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Payment Information:  Card Number ________________________________________________________________

 

Expiration _____/_______ CVV Code ______________ Zip Code __________________________

 

Please mail with check or email completed form with payment information to:

 

Carol Burroughs

2023 Stadium Drive, #2B

Bozeman, MT  59715

[email protected]

 

Sterling Volunteers is hosting a webinar series: Engaging Volunteer Leaders

Date: Thursday, May 13, 2021

Time: 2:00pm ET | 11:00am PT

Cost:  Free
Presented by:
Beth Steinhorn, President of VQ Volunteer Strategies
Can’t make it? Go ahead and register to watch on-demand later.

Tools to Engage Volunteer Leaders

If you want to move from “doing it all” to getting it done,” engaging volunteer leaders is your path to success. When we engage volunteers to lead teams, projects, and initiatives, we model the change we want to see and free up paid staff to do the work for which they are uniquely qualified.

Join guest presenter Beth Steinhorn, President of VQ Volunteer Strategies, to hear case studies of successful volunteer leaders and gain strategies to turn barriers into benefits. Plus, take advantage of tools to help you invest in the leadership development of some of your rising volunteer stars.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to articulate the benefits of engaging volunteer leaders
  • Assess needs to identify new potential leader positions
  • Identify traits of potential leaders
  • Reflect on the benefits and barriers to effective delegation

The National VOAD Conference is the pinnacle event annually for the VOAD Movement. This event provides a forum for State/Territory VOADs to communicate and collaborate with other VOADs, as well as national disaster response non-profits, government agencies, and partners from the business community. The National VOAD Conference is held annually in the Spring at rotating locations across the U.S., where the voluntary sector gathers to hear from engaging keynote speakers, attend workshops on a variety of topics, and participate in numerous networking opportunities that strengthen the capacity and capabilities of State/Territory VOADs. Please join us at the next National VOAD Conference!

For more information on the National VOAD Conference, please visit www.nvoad.org/nvoadevents.