5 Murdered at Macy's Do you know how to Stabilize Shooting Trauma? - Free Psychological Response Training

Do you know how to stabilize a victim or organization in Emotional Trauma after homicidal violence?
 
Free half-day training to Equip Counselors with new skills needed to manage STS and PTSD. (Breakfast and CEU's provided)

Free Psychological Trauma Response Training to Equip Counselors and Clergy after a Community Shooting to stabilize victims and organizations. (Healthy Breakfast and Florida State Approved CEU's provided)

Where? Central Florida Behavioral Hospital
6601 Central Florida Pkway. Orlando, Fl. 32821
(Near Sea World)
 
When?   Friday, September 30th 
 
FREE & open to the public!

To register, please e-mail Rich Rodriguez at 
 
or call 
407-264-7556
 

Seating is very limited for this intensive half-day training event, so if it is full, please leave your name and contact information to be placed on the waiting list.

The Macy's Mall shooting Friday night is just one more episode of massive community violence on the rise in our country.
 
Orlando has been the scene of increased violence and fear since the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub, the worst community shooting in the history of the United States.
 
Terrorist attacks are on the rise around the world, and there are more community crisis events from shooting than ever before.
 
People are more afraid about their safety because of the growing epidemic of senseless violence. What makes some people 'snap' into these acts of violence?
 
Do you know the underlying psychological patterns that could identify how to intervene or stabilize clients under your care?
 
Can you spot the warning signs of STS - Secondary Stress Syndrome that leads to self-destructive behavior?

This community workshop will answer these questions as well as equip you with a comprehensive guide on how to manage the psychological trauma after a community shooting to help the survivors. 
 
"Killers do not 'snap'. They plan. They acquire weapons."  
- USA Today


Learning Objectives
 
Participants will:
1. Understand the underlying psychological patterns of shooters from a comprehensive analysis of domestic and foreign terrorism and how to spot high-risk indicators of violence.

 2. Implement tested crisis management strategies to use during and immediately after a community shooting for rapid stabilization of the survivors.

3. Intervene with potentially dangerous situations in a way that protects the safety of practitioners in keeping their office, home, church or their children's school safe.

About the Presenter:
Dwight Bain is a Nationally Certified Counselor in practice since 1984. His primary focus is on solving crisis events. Bain is a trusted media resource on trauma recovery who has been interviewed on over 500 radio and television stations; as well as quoted in over 100 newspapers/websites including: New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Atlanta Journal, Orlando Sentinel, Miami Herald, Newsday, FoxBusiness.com & MSNBC.com.

"Dwight Bain is one of the most creative communicators in the country. He is a dynamic man with a real sense of the needs of people."  ~ John Maxwell, New York Times bestselling author

Space is limited.  Register now!

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