CRITICAL RESPONSE IN STRESS INCIDENT SITUATIONS
The “GRIN” Individual Crisis Intervention and Peer Support & Group Crisis Intervention
This 3-day course combines ALL of the content of ICISF’s Individual Crisis Intervention and Peer Support & Group Crisis Intervention courses. Description of each course is below.
Individual Crisis Intervention and Peer Support
Crisis Intervention is NOT psychotherapy; rather, it is a specialized acute emergency mental health intervention which requires specialized training. As physical first aid is to surgery, crisis intervention is to psychotherapy. Thus, crisis intervention is sometimes called “emotional first aid”. This program is designed for teach participants the fundamentals of, and a specific protocol for, individual crisis intervention.
Psychological crisis and psychological crisis
Resistance, resiliency, recovery continuum
Critical incident stress management
Basic crisis communication techniques
Group Crisis Intervention
Designed to present the core elements of a comprehensive, systematic and multi-component crisis intervention curriculum, the Group Crisis Intervention course will prepare participants to understand a wide range of crisis intervention services. Fundamentals of Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) will be outlined and participants will leave with the knowledge and tools to provide several group crisis interventions, specifically demobilizations, defusings and the Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD). The need for appropriate follow-up services and referrals when necessary will also be discussed.
Common psychological and behavioral crisis reactions
Putative and empirically-derived mechanisms SAFER-Revised model
Relevant research findings
Large group crisis interventions
Relevant recommendations for practice Incident assessment
Strategic intervention planning
DATE: October 11-13, 2018 TIME: 8am - 5pm daily (must attend all hours)
Location: Talia Bassment Club 809 Main St. North Wilesboro, NC 28659 COST: $195.00 for both Group and Assisting Individuals Certifications 3 day class
Local Contact: Chaplain Kathy Kozak, Phone: 336-391-6195 Email: email@example.com
REGISTRATION ONLINE: www.crisisresponsesolutions.com
You will be responsible for your own lodging, meals and transportation
This course is designed for anyone in the fields of Business & Industry, Crisis Intervention, Disaster Response, Education, Emergency Services, First Responders, Employee Assistance, Healthcare, Homeland Security, Mental Health, Military, Spiritual Care, and Traumatic Stress.
Security, Mental Health, Military, Spiritual Care, and Traumatic Stress
group training is for Chaplains, Teachers, Hospital Staff, Emergency Service Workers, Police and any other profession that has a heart to serve. The CISM/Crisis Individual and Group Crisis Intervention course will be 3 days from 8-5pm. the cost $200.00
Lodging has been secured at Holiday Inn, Wilkesboro . This includes free WI-FI and full breakfast .Thursday double or king room $120.00, Friday double or king room $140.00
This is reserved under the group heading "GRIN". 336-838-1800.
The meeting is for the community at large. It is a mini-Burn informational meeting. It's purpose is to model the Burn, cast vision and see if there is interest in the community to start a Wilkes based Burn. We will model the Burn with two different crews from Hickory and Winston, and have an explanation of the Burn and a question/answer session. Probably 7-9 or 9:30 approximately.
The mission is to plant a sustainable furnace of 24-7-365 worship, prayer and supernatural explosive outreach, releasing a sound of indigenous, vertical, creative worship in every community, people group, city and nation in the world.
What's a typical Burn event like:
Non-stop live worship: Teams of worshippers, musicians, artists and intercessors fill two-hour blocks to worship, pray and create.
Vertical Worship: The purpose of the Burn is to minister to the Lord and create an atmosphere for encounter. Typically, the worship leader doesn’t engage those in attendance as a normal corporate setting. You will often experience worshippers journaling, studying, praying, painting as well as singing along with the worship teams.
Spontaneous/Prophetic: Much of the worship will be creative, spontaneous and prophetic songs and melodies (Psalm 96).
The Arts and Creativity: Our desire is to create and atmosphere where high levels of creativity can come forth. You will often see painters, dancers, and writers creating during the Burn. We often set up art stations for people to express their worship through creative mediums.
The legend Levon Helm said that if you give it good concentration, good energy, good heart, and good performance, the song will play you. If that’s true, then Jay Nash and Josh Day are well and truly played by the set of songs in their debut EP, “Meet The Contenders.” The collection breathes with musicality and grit in the tradition of heroes—The Band, Tom Petty, The Dead, Dylan. they are touring now in support of their debut full length album - "Laughing with the Reckless".
Thrumming and heady, with a steady heartbeat and a hint of honky-tonk, this EP speaks of wanderers and highways, lovers and losers, good times and missed chances, swimming pools and movie stars, all with a ferocity born of hard work and honed skill. Nash and Day have been players and poets for the better part of two decades; they have been making music, telling tales, drinking whiskey, and having fun touring together as The Contenders since 2012.
Joining us will be Angry Troll Brewery and Elkin Creek Vineyard.
Tickets available at HeartofFolk.org
Heart of Folk and the Kruger Brothers presents a weekend of Bluegrass in the Foothills of Blue Ridge in downtown Wilkesboro. Tickets available at CITF.org
Join Talia Espresso Latte Crew serving up lattes, espresso, fuso's, smoothies, hot cider, hot chocolate and more.
Join us Friday, March 24 at the Talia Bassment Club for an evening of great entertainment with the Snyder Family Band. Doors will open at 6:30 with the music beginning at 7:30. There will be a special dinner prepared upstairs by Talia Espresso from 6:00 - 7:30. Please contact Talia Espresso at 336-838-0111 for dinner reservations.
The Snyder Family Band from Lexington, NC, performs a blend of family friendly music that appeals to all ages and audiences. What the listener will find exciting about a Snyder Family Band show is how these young musicians take from multiple genres and create a unique sound that includes not only bluegrass, but also southern rock, blues, Texas swing, and newgrass.
Beginning in classical violin lessons at age three, Samantha, now sixteen, is an award-winning fiddler as well as a top-notch singer and songwriter. She was selected as fiddler and lead vocalist for the 2013 Youth All-Star Bluegrass Band that performed at the 2013 IBMA World of Bluegrass Awards Show held in Raleigh, NC. Her songwriting and creativity are a big part of the Snyder Family Band sound. She occasionally plays guitar and mandolin during a performance as well. Whether fiddling or singing, Samantha creates a warm and energetic feel on stage that demonstrates her true enjoyment for the music.
Zeb, now nineteen, also began music lessons early in life with classical guitar training at age seven. After amassing multiple guitar championships as a youth he turned his focus to performing, recording and writing. Zeb plays mostly with a flat pick but also incorporates various guitar picking techniques such as finger style, thumb picking and slide. He is also an accomplished mandolin player. Grammy Award Winning Adam Steffey asked Zeb to play guitar on his solo project “New Primitive.” Zeb also received nominations for the IBMA Momentum Awards for Instrumentalist in 2013 and 2014.
Supporting these gifted young musicians, their dad, Bud, holds down a rock solid upright bass rhythm. His ability to adapt to the multiple genres that influence the band is a key ingredient of the trio’s signature sound.
Heart of Folk is excited to welcome The Contenders back to the Talia Bassment Club, North Wilkesboro, NC on Friday February 3. The show will begin at 7:30 with doors opening at 6:30. Talia Espresso will also be offering a special cooked dinner before the show. Please contact them at 336-838-0111 for reservations.
The legend Levon Helm said that if you give it good concentration, good energy, good heart, and good performance, the song will play you. If that’s true, then Jay Nash and Josh Day are well and truly played by the set of songs in their debut EP, “Meet The Contenders.” The collection breathes with musicality and grit in the tradition of heroes—The Band, Tom Petty, The Dead, Dylan. Thrumming and heady, with a steady heartbeat and a hint of honky-tonk, this EP speaks of wanderers and highways, lovers and losers, good times and missed chances,swimming pools and movie stars, all with a ferocity born of hard work and honed skill. Nash and Day have been players and poets for the better part of two decades; they have been making music, telling tales, drinking whiskey,and having fun touring together as since 2012.
Jay Nash’s music is like the river that raised him—strong and deep, with a little bit of lullaby and a big damn current. Twenty years ago, he played loud in bars along the Saint Lawrence River, in the reaches of New York so far-flung they’re almost Canadian. For the last decade, he’s journeyed the US and Europe solo, selling over 60,000 records without ever putting ink on a conventional record deal. Now in the green mountains, the quiet cold of winter rarefies wit and musicianship into the kind of Americana that knows where it comes from.
Hailing from the sweet, sticky hill country of North Carolina, Josh Day brings a percussive virtuosity that shapes the music and supports the vocals. With shining creativity and fine-boned craftsmanship, Day has that special something that resonates with audiences and always feels like a party. Be it playing bluegrass with the Kruger Brothers, touring with Sara Bareilles, or drumming for Jennifer Nettles, Day keeps it busy and honest, just what one would expect from a man who plays with so much heart.
Join Talia Espresso and there mobile Espresso/Coffee Cart at the "Carolina In The Fall' outdoor Music Festival in downtown Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
Carolina in the Fall Music & Food Festival, September 23 & 24 Downtown Wilkesboro
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Live Jazz with Daniel Brooks & Christian Call
Joining us SkullCamp Brewery from Elkin, NC.
Daniel Brooks composer and Saxophone player along with Christian Call a composure and guitarist, Both recent graduates of UNCSA’s School of Music, and local musicians from Mt. Airy and North Wilkesboro respectively, Christian Cail and Daniel Brooks have been traversing the worlds of jazz and beyond. After collaborating on numerous projects together, Cail and Brooks are exploring the potential of duo work on guitar and saxophone. Interested and influenced by many genres and styles, their music always promises to be engaging, fresh, and honest.