Compassionate Care in Crisis
March 14-15, 2023, Edinburgh, Scotland
Do Your People Feel Well cared For?
Find out how we can equip you to develop your own effective & Integrated Staff Care Process!
Are you ready to see what resilient people can accomplish?
More than ever, in this season of unprecedented challenge and change, peers, colleagues, and leaders need to understand how to care for and support themselves and those around them through crisis and beyond into greater resilience. Thriving people are effective people!
The Resilience Resource team supports and resources individuals and organizations around the world as each assesses and develops best practices and policies for personnel care.
Organization Staff Care Consulting
Process & Policy Assessments
Trainings & Workshops
Critical Incident Debriefings
Crisis Response Care
Leadership & Team Development
Individual & Peer Team Coaching
Leadership Transition Support
Vetted Partnership Referrals
Individual Consultation & Debriefing
Customized Group Debriefing Events
Do you know the secret to responding to crisis and returning well?
We do! The secret is support, resourcing, and care: Through pre-deployment preparation, on deployment care, and post deployment debriefs.
The Resilience Resource team provides pre-deployment training, chaplaincy crisis response, personnel care, critical incident and post-deployment debriefings, online resources, and ongoing support for those serving in, and returning from, complex humanitarian crisis such as political or natural disasters, war, and conflict zones.
Need crisis response care for you or your team?
Our team is on call and ready to respond!
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