Want to be better equipped to help when your organization or community is impacted by Crisis?
Get trained for Crisis Certification!
Two Days May 3 and 4
ICISF Group Crisis Certification Training
To register, download and print this Form Flyer and follow instructions:
* Fax directly with your Credit Card to: 407-647-8874 or
* Call Lifeworks at 407-647-7005 to make a payment over the phone
May 3-4, 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm daily.
(must attend 9am-5pm both days to achieve certification)
ICISF Certified Instructor Dwight Bain, in partnership with FMHCA & MHCAPB
Training facility: FMHCA Office, 2101 Vista Parkway, Ste 250, West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Did you know only those trained and certified in crisis response are allowed to work on the scene of a disaster? If a School Shooting, Suicide, Bombing, Hurricane, Tornado, Fire, Flood, Car Fatality, Co-worker Suicide, Terrorist Attack or Airline Crash happened in your community, only those with the right credentials can work at the scene to stabilize crisis.
Are you equipped to help a group of people in your organization?
If you were at the scene of a community shooting or community disaster would you know what to do with a group of people who were devastated by the crisis?
Would you have the right credential?
ICISF Group Crisis Certification
May 3-4, 2019 (must attend 9am-5pm both days to achieve certification)
Group Crisis Certification is only $219 (early bird registration is $199 by April 12th)
(This is a stand-alone certification, separate from the Trained Crisis Responder certification)
This 2-day certification course is required for all ICISF/Critical Incident team members in Law Enforcement, Fire Services, EMT, EAP, School Guidance or Hospital Chaplaincy work to give them the necessary training to get an organization in crisis back to a functioning level. It is being offered here in South Florida with CE credits available.
Participants will learn (among other skills):
• Fundamentals of Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
• Large & small group crisis intervention methods
• Incident assessment
• Strategic intervention planning
• Risk reduction
• Appropriate follow-up services and referrals after a critical incident
This rapid crisis stabilization process, in partnership with Florida Mental Health Counselors Association (FMHCA) and Mental Health Counselor’s Association of Palm Beach (MHCAPB), is taught by Dwight Bain (The Lifeworks Group), a certified crisis response trainer who worked at Ground Zero after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and has equipped thousands with psychological survival skills to use until emergency management teams arrive on the scene.
Crisis events will come to Florida – will you be prepared to help or will you be a helpless bystander?