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Critical Incident
Stress Management

Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) provides education, prevention and mitigation of the impact of a traumatic event on workers. If a tragic incident strikes your worksite, the LHSFNA Health Promotion Division can help arrange stress management services for your workforce. Trained professionals can share resources and guidance to help workers cope with their feelings and prepare to return to work.  To arrange for critical incident stress management services, contact the Health Promotion Division  at 202-628-5465.

Help for the Workforce
In Their Time of Need

Available Handouts

  • Checklist for Trauma Debriefing Logistic
  • CISD Process
  • Coping with Tragedy
  • Cumulative Stress Test
  • Grief And Mourning
  • Helping Children Cope with a Traumatic Incident>
  • How Resistant Are You to Stress? PDF
  • How To Help Those You Care About
  • Initial Checklist for Traumatic  Incident Assessment
  • Introduction to Critical Incident / Trauma Stress Management
  • Managing Trauma Stress
  • Outline of Stages Leading to Gradual Burnout
  • Reactions to Trauma Stress
  • Steward’s/Supervisor’s Guide to Dealing With a Traumatic Incident PDF
  • Things That Are Helpful During Times Of Grief
  • Understanding And Coping With Critical Incident Stress
  • Understanding Critical Incident Stress Reaction / Cumulative Stress Reaction
  • Understanding Workplace Trauma