LifeLine Ambulance is proud to host Critical Incident Stress Management Training with Christen Kishel, PhD.
This training will provide participants with a comprehensive foundation in individual and group Critical Incident Stress Management principals and interventions, as well as an introduction to recognizing and preventing suicide in emergency responders. This class is ideal for responders and organizations wishing to develop peer support teams. Cost is $300 per person. Class will be held from 0800 – 1800 on September 18, 19, and 20. Contact Sasha Brantner (509)557-9698 or Yvonne Kennedy (509)422-4212 with questions.
Christen Kishel, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialties in trauma/PTSD, burnout, resilience, fire, police and public safety psychology. Her first 12 years in the inland northwest were in community mental health, and she has expanded to include developmental disabilities, resilience, and leadership training. She is an International Critical Incident Stress Foundation approved CISM instructor.