LEARNING OBJECTIVES: • Describe the peer support technique: Debriefing • Discuss the two ways to provide debriefing • Explore the structure of a debriefing including the participants and location. DESCRIPTION: Debriefing is one of three interventions of critical incident stress management. This tool can be used one of two ways. It can be done by a team within the department or office with professionals directly involved in the traumatic or stressful event or it can be done by an outside team trained in debriefing. Debriefing is generally the next step after defusing when the peer supporters identifying a need for further support beyond the initial group discussion. This tool gives support to individuals in a team where they can identify with others experiencing the same feelings and thoughts after the traumatic event. In this course, we will start by describing debriefing and discuss the structure and reasons for holding a debriefing. We will also discuss when not to utilize the debriefing tool and how to setup and prepare for a debriefing. Lastly, we will talk through the ground rules for holding a debriefing.
Understand The Debriefing Step Within A Peer Support Group
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Introduction Lesson 1: Debriefing Defined Lesson 2: Psychological First Aid Study Assignment Final Exam
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