Training offers

5 ways to support psychological distress (at work)

  • Awareness of psychological distress reactions that can result from work
  • Screening for signs of distress
  • Introduction to coping strategies that promote recovery
  • 2 hours

Psychological Recovery Skills

  • Practice the 6 Psychological Recovery Skills
  • Adapt the Psychological Recovery Skills to different contexts
  • Providing supportive follow-up after a traumatic event
  • 14 hours

Psychological first aid

  • Integrate the 5 principles of post-traumatic intervention into practices
  • Put into practice the 8 fundamental actions of the PFA
  • Adopt the relational attitudes essential to the administration of PFA
  • Adapt PFA to various contexts
  • 7 hours

Post-traumatic stress injuries: understanding to prevent and better support

  • Recognize the main reactions of post-traumatic stress injuries (PTSI)
  • Understand how PTSI develops
  • Track the progression of PTSI
  • Apply the 5 principles of support after a potentially traumatic event
  • Practice self-care
  • 3 hours

Contact person for a training offer

Steve Geoffrion, Ph.D., ps.éd.

  • Co-Director | Trauma Studies Centre (CRIUSMM)
  • 514-616-6400 –