How to Survive PTSD and Build Peer Support

von: Sylvio (Syd) A. Gravel

Sylvio A. Gravel, 2013

ISBN: 9780988131651 , 186 Seiten

Format: ePUB

Kopierschutz: DRM

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How to Survive PTSD and Build Peer Support


In 'How to Survive PTSD and Build Peer Support ' Sylvio Gravel has taken addressing Trauma and PTSD issues, along with building peer support to a recruiting / training / teaching / management level. It features not only all the great information found in '56 Seconds' but now with excerpts by Dr. Anna B. Baranowsky and Teresa Lauer LMHC, from their work entitled 'WHAT IS PTSD? 3 STEPS TO HEALING TRAUMA' who provide insight into: •What is PTSD? •3 Essential Steps to Healing Trauma •Types of Trauma •And so much more.... There are also new sections, including expanded experiences from our Spouses, and sincere and heart-felt 'Survivor's Testimonials' on how to live with and move on in life with PTSD by : •OPP Inspector (ret'd) Bruce Kruger, •OPP Constable (ret'd) William Bromilow and •Ottawa Police Service Constable (ret'd) Peter Platt For emergency services trainers and recruiters, college and university professors, 'How to Survive PTSD and Build Peer Support' Sylvio shares his 25 years of survivor experience and 10 years as officer-in-charge of recruiting and training to address has insight & training points to help building resilience to trauma such as: •How misunderstanding the work's competencies can leave people struggling to survive the job; •How personality traits influence work relationships and peer support ability; •And so much more.... For Chiefs, CEO's and Managers, 'How to Survive PTSD and Build Peer Support' also contains 5 key questions that should absolutely be considered to ensure the well-being of their employees, including retired members in relation to trauma and PTSD. Certification and survivor experience - required or not? This edition also delves into the discussion, led by Mr. John Robertson of FORTLOG Service Inc, as to whether or not it is absolutely necessary for peers to have survivor experience and/or certification. And the touchy issue of trying to decide what training to get, once that decision has been made.